Using Community Based Participatory Research in Indian Country

April 17, 2019
11:15 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Taylor Ave Bldg, GMS Classrooms, Medical Campus

Know Your Level of Community Engagement is a series of Lunch and Learn sessions focused on community-engaged research. Community-engaged research is defined and explored along the continuum on which it occurs.

This session of the Know your Level of Community Engagement series, Using Community Based Participatory Research in Indian Country will be presented by Jenifer Van Schuyver, an MSW Candidate and a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation.

Learning Objectives

  1. Explain why CBPR is the standard research practice within Indigenous communities.
  2. Identify tribal specific IRB’s and how to start those processes.
  3. Understand how CBPR research is used through an individual case study.

Lunch will be provided

Parking

Free, limited visitor parking is available in two-hour increments in the lot in front and back of the building. Do not park on Medex or spots for 660 S. Taylor. If the lots are full or your meeting is longer than 2 hours, please park in the Clayton Avenue Garage (Clayton and South Taylor Avenue – mapBrown 62). If parked at garage, please ask IPH staff for parking validation.

Parking Permit Reciprocity: The Medical Campus recognizes Danforth Campus yellow, red, and Eliot permits in the Clayton Avenue Garage only.

 

Contact Poli Rijos at prijos@wustl.edu for additional information.

 

Event Sponsors: Center for Health Economics and Policy at the Institute for Public Health

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