Sharing findings with the broader community in an accessible and respectful way and providing opportunities for everyone to be involved in dissemination strategies such as publications and presentations at the local, state, district/county and national levels is important.
● Ability to identify audiences that need to receive the information and outputs
● Ability to interpret findings in ways that are understandable, respectful and where ownership of knowledge is recognized
● Ability to develop education materials outlining the key changes brought about through the CBPR process
● Ability to engage in networking and the sharing of findings
● Ability to adapt findings based on validation processes or suggestions from stakeholders where understandings may be misrepresented in initial research data
● Capacity to purposefully develop and share new knowledge, products and resources that can inform policy and practice
*Please note that some statements are adaptations or direct quotes from the papers listed in the reference section