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Reshaping Research Module 2: Engaging the Community
Quiz for CREC

Successful completion of this quiz is valid for two (2) continuing credits.

Fill in the appropriate information below (Case Network ID is NOT required) and click on your choice to answer each of the quiz questions.

 

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1. What are characteristics of community?
      a.   Not static
      b.   Accommodate multiple and even conflicting interpretations of traditions and values
      c.   Differs according to who is being asked and the purpose for which it is being defined
      d.   All of the above

2. The major goals of community engagement does NOT include:
      a.   Building trust
      b.   Enlisting new resources and allies
      c.   Creating better communication between researchers and institutions
      d.   Improving overall health outcomes as successful research projects evolve into lasting collaborations

3. Community engagement is defined as:
      a.   The process of working for groups of people affiliated by geographic proximity, special interest, or similar situations to address issues affecting the well-being of those people
      b.   The process of working collaboratively with and through groups of people affiliated by geographic proximity, special interest, or similar situations to address issues affecting the well-being of those people
      c.   The process of assisting people affiliated by geographic proximity, special interest, or similar situations with addressing issues affecting the well-being of those people
      d.   The process of teaching groups of people affiliated by geographic proximity, special interest, or similar situations strategies to address issues affecting the well-being of those people.

4. The five approaches to community engagement are
      a.   Informing, Communicating, Involving, Collaborating, and Empowering
      b.   Informing, Consulting, Involving, Collaborating, and Engaging
      c.   Informing, Consulting, Involving, Collaborating, and Empowering
      d.   Informing, Consulting, Involving, Connecting, and Empowering

5. To obtain a deeper insight into the community of interest, researchers should:
      a.   Consult community insiders
      b.   Understand the culture of the community
      c.   Become familiar with the socioeconomic and political context of potential participants
      d.   All of the above