SUSTAIN carefully assembled itself over the course of a 2-year period, devoting time to building relationships, galvanized by a shared vision and mission, as well as norms, operating agreements and defined partner roles. The community members desired a research-based, needs assessment methodology because they saw local evidence development as critical to gaining the needed support for a successful and sustainable implementation.
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Rather, we believe the long-term success of this CBPR partnership should be measured by the capacity developed within the community and the successful implementation of community programming. Health disparities among lesbian, gay, and bisexual older adults: results from a population-based study.
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Community Partner. In addition, we applied the cross-cutting constructs of the revised CBPR conceptual model of Belone et al. Features sexual health information and advice. Importantly, a vision strong enough to bring together a diverse group of stakeholders may not be adequate to support the partnership over time.
Older LGBT adults experience higher risk of disability, poor mental health, smoking and excessive drinking than their heterosexual counterparts 3 , 4 , yet LGBT seniors are five times less apt to access public and community services due to fear of discrimination or harm 2.