Extension professionals need easy access to published research and the means to translate it in meaningful ways. They also aim to engage community partners in applying research findings. The Children's Mental Health eReview serves as an example of a process for engaged writing with community partners as well as a product that summarizes current research and its relevance. The eReview reaches a wide audience, promotes practice change among readers, and serves as a useful model for other areas of Extension work.
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Michaels, C. (2021). Publishing an Online Research Review: Engaging University and Community Authors in Communication About Research. The Journal of Extension, 58(3), Article 13. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol58/iss3/13