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Community Engaged Research & Practice: Definition, Rationale & Principles

Location: Zoom

Date: Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Time: 12–1 p.m.

Contact: Carmen Valdez

About the Event

Join the Division of Community Engagement and Health Equity in the Department of Population Health for the first installment of the Population Health Seminar Series in Community-Engaged Research and Practice.

The division is hosting six virtual sessions in the spring of 2021 to foster understanding of community-based participatory research and practice and interest in incorporating community engagement principles and practices into research projects and community-academic partnerships.

Register in advance to learn from CBPR staff and faculty and community partners. The seminar series is open to community members and faculty and staff from Dell Medical School and The University of Texas at Austin.

Seminar Series

After this first session, subsequent topics will include:

• Working With Diverse Communities
• Building & Evaluating Partnerships
• CBPR Design & Planning
• CBPR Implementation
• CBPR Evaluation & Dissemination