Creating and translating knowledge for action or change in health practice or policy in individual, community, or population health by fostering partnerships with those who are primarily affected by the issues being studied and who will use the results.
Our goal is transformative engagement of researchers with decision makers, health care providers, patients, and communities in the co-production and use of knowledge to improve health and healthcare. We provide innovative and culturally safe training to ensure that the next generation of researchers are equipped to develop participatory research and knowledge translation.
PRAM’s methods address priority issues in health care; respectful partnerships, intercultural dialogue, and equity-oriented research – particularly supporting those in resource-poor settings and the socially marginalized.
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