Session 50: DD1 -> Can Practitioner/Researcher Collaboration Skills be Learned?
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Wednesday, November 19
Place: Tower B
Session Chair: Carolyn Rebecca Block, Illinois Crim Justice Info Authority
What is a Good Collaboration? What is a Good Collaborator?
by: Bonnie K. Cady, Colorado Division of Youth Corrections (Corresponding)
Joanne Belknap, University of Colorado at Boulder
Laura Shipman-Hamblin, Project G.O.A.L.
Recognizing and Nurturing Collaborative Skills in a Practice-Based Research Network
by: Lyndee Knox, University of Southern California (Corresponding)
Carmela Lomonaco, University of Southern California
Training for Collaboration: Training Instruments and Methods
by: Kelly K. Browning, Browning Consulting (Corresponding)
Modeling Collaborative Initiatives: Processes and Outcomes in Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships
by: William Scott Cunningham, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Linda E. Saltzman, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

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