Interested in incorporating community engagement into your research practices?
Many of us are interested in incorporating community engagement into our research practices or in starting projects with community-based participation. But how do we do this meaningfully, respectfully and effectively? This is particularly important if the communities you wish to engage with are historically excluded or under-represented.
Join the EDI Dialogue and Learning committee for a follow-up discussion on Dr. Anna Epperson’s February 3 talk on community-directed research toward Indigenous health behavior change.
Expect an inclusive, open dialogue with the goal of supporting researchers (graduate, postdoctoral, staff and faculty) in their current or planned (or just interest in) community-based participatory research. There will be cookies and tea served at this in-person discussion.
This is a two part series: The first part is an academic talk hosted by the Health Psychology area on February 3 (RSVP here) and the second part is this follow-up discussion hosted by the Psychology EDI Dialogue and Learning committee.