online community engagement in response to covid19 pandemic CORD-Papers-2022-06-02 (Version 1)

Title: Online community engagement in response to COVID19 pandemic
Published: 2021-01-25
Journal: Health Expect
DOI: 10.1111/hex.13194
DOI_URL: http://doi.org/10.1111/hex.13194
Author Name: Manikam Logan
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Author Name: Allaham Shereen
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Author Name: Zakieh Omar
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Author Name: Bou Karim Yasmin
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Author Name: Demel IsabelCathrine
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Author Name: Ali Sayeeda
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Author Name: Wilson Emma
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Author Name: Oulton Kate
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Author Name: Morris Christopher
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Author Name: Tann Cally
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Author Name: Kuper Hannah
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Author Name: Batura Neha
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Author Name: Llewellyn Clare
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Author Name: Hayward Andrew
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Author Name: Gilmour Jenny
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Author Name: Webb Martin Kelley
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Author Name: Irish Carol
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Author Name: Edwards Chanel
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Author Name: Lakhanpaul Monica
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Author Name: Heys Michelle
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pubmed_id: 33493360
pubmed_id_url: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/33493360
pmcid: PMC8013584
pmcid_url: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8013584
url: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/33493360/ https://doi.org/10.1111/hex.13194
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Keywords Extracted from Text Content: Nurture children LMICs Women participants UK women co-adapt PLA infants theUK COVID-19 NHS LMICs [2] [3] [4 co-develop CFs PLA South-to-north
Extracted Text Content in Record: First 5000 Characters:Community participatory research is a method of active engagement between community members to develop interventions that catalyse social change and improve health outcomes. 1 Increasingly, particularly in low-middle-income countries (LMICs), participatory research is used to co-develop low-cost community interventions. UK health policy and providers are also placing increasing emphasis on strengthening community services to equitably optimize health outcomes. South-to-north translation of community-based participatory interventions provides enormous potential to address these aims. In this article, we provide two examples of interventions which have been successfully implemented in LMICs [2] [3] [4] and are currently undergoing adaptation and testing in the UK, driven by the emphasis of NHS policy shifting towards community strengthening. 5 The first is community mobilization through participatory learning and action (PLA) cycles with women's groups and the second community-based parent group programme for children with complex neurodisability (Ubuntu). 6, 7 Here we describe how these programmes are being further adapted to run partially or fully online in response to COVID-19, and lessons can be learnt from these two examples, which have accelerated digital innovation in the delivery of health services to enable non-contact approaches. Women's groups PLA cycle is a WHO-recommended intervention to produce sustained improvements in maternal and newborn outcomes in rural LMICs. PLA cycles are iterative processes led by community facilitators (CFs) guiding participants through four-stage cycles of identifying and prioritizing contextual health issues, designing strategies to address these issues and evaluating post-implementation. The Nurture Early for Optimal Nutrition (NEON) programme 9 aims to co-adapt PLA from LMIC to theUK to improve infant feeding, care and dental hygiene practices for South Asian infants <2 years in East London. Ubuntu family of programmes provides community-based parent/carer programmes using participatory approaches. These programmes were developed in LMIC to support carers of children at NEON and community parent groups for neurodisability represent two exemplar community participatory research projects adapting to COVID-19 by implementing online research, meetings and intervention implementation as a successful alternative to faceto-face meetings. There may still be inevitable digital divide in the community, and evaluation of these is planned and required to ascertain impact on equity and efficacy. We hope that many generalizable lessons will be learned from our experiences that may be applied to the conduct of participatory and qualitative research and to the implementation of community-based interventions in the UK and beyond. children, community engagement, community-based intervention, infant, online interventions No conflict of interests to declare. The data of this study are available from the corresponding author upon reasonable request.
Keywords Extracted from PMC Text: CL SaA LM, MH JG, KWM NB LM, ML HK OZ YBK LM
Extracted PMC Text Content in Record: First 5000 Characters:No conflict of interests to declare. The data of this study are available from the corresponding author upon reasonable request. ML, LM, MH, NB, CL, AH and SA conceived the original concept of the study and designed the research methodology. SA carried out the ID meetings, workshops, co‐development of the intervention toolkit and wrote the paper. LM, ML, SA, NB, CL, AH, KO, CM, CT, HK, YBK, EW, JG, KWM, CI and CE validated the study and revised the manuscript critically for important intellectual content. OZ and ICD were involved in drafting materials for the NEON meetings and workshops of the Intervention Development Phase. OZ, ICD and SaA contributed to the manuscript writing, edited the final manuscript and prepared it for submission. LM and SA had primary responsibility for the final content. All authors read and contributed to reviewing the study data, the designing of the manuscript and the approval of the final manuscript.
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