May 24, 2017

Community Based Participatory Research Public Lecture June 2

By msequeira

UNM CCC faculty and staff are invited to attend a lecture on ...

Uneven Power Relations, the Built Environment, and Policy Tools for Community Based Participatory Research:

A Case Study from a Participatory Photoanalytic Project in West Virginia

Lauri Andress, MPH, JD, PhD

Friday, June 2, 2017 | 12:00pm to 1:15pm | College of Nursing/Pharmacy Room 135
University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

Based on community participatory research processes, the case study incorporates non-traditional research tools of photoanalytics, GIS mapping, and video to support community input to policy-making. Dr. Andress explores the positives and negatives of narratives of "healthy places" and "built environment" for policymaking in low-wealth regions undergoing economic development and possibly displacement.

 

Tags: Notes, Research