JEAP Initiative Forum

Introducing the Research Priorities Generated by the JEAP Initiative Community Boards

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The JEAP Initiative developed a toolkit that is designed for individuals who want to use Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) methods to engage members of affected communities in determining priority areas for research.

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About this forum:

Using Community-Based Participatory Research methods, the JEAP Initiative Investigators and JEAP Initiative Community Boards (comprised of individuals with lived experience and professional experience) collaborated to generate research priorities to guide the development of future research on recovery support services.

The JEAP Initiative will hold a free virtual forum to: (1) introduce these research priorities to the recovery support services research community and (2) discuss the Community-Based Participatory Research process used to generate these research priorities. Additionally, this forum will provide a vision for the evolution of these research priorities as an important element in recovery support services research.

Research Priorities Overview


This forum is intended to be a place where ideas and views can be exchanged in a supportive environment, with the emphasis on encouraging new or expanded research on recovery support services. Presenters will include JEAP Initiative Investigators, JEAP Initiative Community Board members, NIDA Program Officers, and others.

Who should attend:

This forum is designed to inspire early career investigators and senior investigators to conduct new or expanded research on recovery support services. Thus, this forum is intended for investigators interested in recovery support services as well as individuals interested in connecting with investigators conducting this research. Additionally, this forum will focus on the process used to generate these research priorities. Individuals interested in engaging Community Boards in recovery support services research also are encouraged to attend this forum.

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