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November 7, 2019

 



Navigating the Neighborhood Dynamics and Policy Possibilities of Engaged Research on Community Health

When: Thursday, November 7, 12:00noon - 1:30pm
Where: UIC Health Sciences Library, Room 200A, 1750 West Polk Street

RSVP to irrpp@uic.edu or through our website

 

Join the Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy, Community Health Sciences, and Women, Children and Family Health Sciences for our Fall Intracollege Lunchtime Lecture featuring three UIC scholars discussing engaged research projects on community health. Come to eat lunch and hear about their work with community partners on creating a workshop promoting breast health in Chicago's Latinx community, developing a reproductive health workshop for Chicago's Arab Youths, and establishing a Community Health Assessment for the Little Village community.

Panelists:

Yamile Molina, Community Health Sciences

Developing a Workshop for Policy-Informed Latina Breast Cancer Patients

Sarah Abboud, Women, Children and Family Health Sciences

Developing a Sexual and Reproductive Health Workshop for Arab Youth in Chicago

Jennifer Hebert-Beirne, Community Health Sciences

Greater Lawndale Healthy Work Project

About the Series: IRRPP's Intracollege Lunchtime Lecture Series provides brief but substantive overviews of the research on race, ethnicity, and public policy being produced by UIC scholars and funded by IRRPP. The panelists will discuss their projects, explore the connections between them, and use their work as a way to interrogate the themes in race research that cut across disciplinary lines. Lunch is provided.