The Office of Community Engaged Research and Practice (CERP)'s mission is to share resources and information about community engaged research (CEnR) and support capacity building for equitable and mutually beneficial partnerships. Below, you'll find guidance on the on the practice of community engaged research.
Community engaged research library guide
The community engaged research library guide, created in collaboration with CERP and Temple Libraries, provides information and resources on community engaged research (CEnR). It is intended for faculty, staff, students, community members, community organizations, and anyone who is interested in conducting or participating in community-engaged research.
The guide includes a definition, tenets and principles of CEnR, suggested readings, a list of journals that publish CEnR, related websites and helpful tools (such as a fair market calculator for compensation of “patient engagement activities” in research), community-level data resources that can be used for CEnR, research strategies, a saved CBPR search with RSS feed from PubMed and more.