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Much of the power and promise of CBPR comes from blending research and practice for the mutual benefit of all partners; knowledge is gained and public health practice is improved.
Briefly, a CBPR partnership of community members conceived, conducted, and evaluated Cy BER/M4M.
Furthermore, Cy BER educators had to understand and respect the online culture, build trust, and deliver well-crafted and focused messages.
Internet communities, news and discussion groups, e-mail lists, websites, electronic bulletin boards, and chat rooms are examples of Internet applications that offer unique and seemingly limitless opportunities for electronic communication.
Our community-based participatory research partnership implemented a chat room-based intervention known as Cyber-Based Education and Referral/Men for Men (Cy BER/M4M).
More than half self-identified as white and one-third as black or African American.
A total of 8.6% reported being HIV-positive and 14.8% reported never having been tested for HIV.
The partnership included gay men and representatives from CBOs; two ASOs; local public health departments; a local foundation supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender health; Wake Forest University School of Medicine; and the University of North Carolina Center for AIDS Research.
The history of this CBPR partnership, the application of partnership principles, and the adherence to CBPR in Cy BER/M4M have been described elsewhere.and implemented in northwestern North Carolina within a catchment area of more than 1.3 million people. Two interventionists were recruited and trained to enter local chat rooms.