Community-Based Participatory Research: How it can help our community
Date: Jan 13, 2021
Time: 12:00 – 1:00pm
Location: Zoom Link after YOU REGISTER VIA EVENTBRITE
This workshop will present an introduction to Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR), a powerful framework to improve community health. CBPR provides guiding principles for communities to mobilize their power and resources, and to work collaboratively with researchers to improve health and health equity.
Meredith Manze, MPH, PhD teaches and advises master’s and doctoral students on topics that span research methods (including participatory methods and using a CBPR orientation), community health assessment, program planning, grant writing, and more.
Chris Palmedo, PhD, MBA teaches courses in health communication and health advocacy, and directs the CUNY SPH master’s degree program in Health Communication for Social Change. His CBPR work includes working with communities to design and implement communication and advocacy strategies for health equity.
Deborah A. Levine, LCSW, ACSW | pronouns: she, her
Director, Harlem Health Initiative
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