We’re trying out a new format this month as we here at PubTrawlr transition to a new architecture. You’ll still be able to find the most up-to-date synthesis and recommendations. For whatever reason, it was a pretty light month: Thirty-Eight articles across these four journals.
- American Journal of Community Psychology
- Journal of Community Psychology
- Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice
- Australian Community Psychologist
The word cloud at right shows the high-level terms that show up across all the 38 abstracts. These hit the common community psychology themes: CBPR, critical, development, and experience.
Below, we applied a clustering algorithm and then identified the terms that uniquely describe each topic.
The most frequently occurring topics were implementation, COVID-19 behaviors, and school mental health. We then determined which article was most representative of each topic. We put these into a pdf., which can be downloaded at the link below.
We’re most excited to dive into this one on community-academic partnerships.
PubTrawlr news! We’re still seeking writers. Got something interesting to say about how ideas get into practice? Know an interesting finding that changes how we work in communities. Reach out to us and pitch your ideas. We pay cold hard $€£/CAD.
We also have a few things that we’ve put into SCRA. We’re excited to introduce you to our TLDR; bot (should the panel get accepted.)
Oh, and we’re currently squatting over at the Global Implementation Conference. There is a ton of amazing content on how we can use implementation science to further equity. Good colleagues to have!
In case you missed it!
10 tips to help you catch up on the pile of articles you haven’t read. Can’t catch up on even the 10 community psychology articles we suggest? Well, Julia Moore of The Center for Implementation has a solution for you.
Should I Stay or Should I Go? How Do We Retain Our Teachers? Many of our teachers aren’t going to be coming back. We need to do something about it, and Eoin Bastable has the research.
April’s Retraction Report. Read about the revenge of the Cardinal.