Health Equity Summer Intensive – Jun 10-11

Posted by University of North Carolina on May 21, 2019

June 10-11, 2019 in Chapel Hill, NC, USA

UNC Center for Health Equity Research is hosting the first annual Health Equity Summer Intensive, a two-day training on innovative methods and approaches to conducting health equity research. This year, the intensive will include interactive training on concept mapping as a stakeholder-engaged, participatory method to conduct health equity research. Participants will learn how to conduct concept mapping activities from both a facilitator and participant perspective, using online and in-person approaches. See our infosheet for more details.

The Health Equity Summer Intensive keynote presentation will be given by Dr. Lori Carter-Edwards. While registration is required for the two-day training, this keynote is open to the public, and registration is not required. Find more information here.

This intensive is co-sponsored by the UNC Odum Institute for Research in Social Science, UNC Health Sciences Library, Community Campus Partnerships for Health, NC TraCS Institute, and UNC Department of Social Medicine.


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