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Community Based Participatory Research for Health Equity
Hosted by San Francisco State University
June 24-28, 2013
6-24-2013 Creating, Building and Maintaining Partnerships
6-25-2013 Collaborative Study and Intervention Design
6-26-2013 Collaborative Data Collection, Analysis, and Dissemination
6-27-2013 The Intersection of CBPR, Policy and Social Change
6-28-2013 Fundraising and Sustainability for CBPR
Mornings (9:00 am – noon)
Keynote lecture / presentation followed by breakout discussions and interactive activities
Keynote Speakers: Meredith Minkler, Margaret Gordon & Catalina Garzon, Nina Wallerstein & Miho Kim, Charlotte Chang & Pam Tau Lee, Panel with Marion Standish, Senaida Fernandez & Norval Hickman
Afternoons (1:00 pm – 4:00 pm)
Case study presentations or mentored project development; learnings from the day; tools and applications
Planning Committee: Chinese Progressive Association, Commonweal, The Data Center, Plumbline Consulting, Inc., California Breast Cancer Research Program, CANFIT, San Francisco Department of Public Health, Tobacco Related Disease Research Program, California Endowment, San Francisco State University, University of New Mexico, University of California, Berkeley; University of California, Davis; University of California, San Francisco, San Jose State University, Stanford University.
Academic Partners: $750 (full week); $180 (per day)
Public Health Agencies: $500 (full week); $100 (per day)
Community Based Organizations, Non-profits, & Students: $250 (full week); $50 (per day)
Community-Academic teams may apply for a mentorship grant writing track (10 mentored team slots available)
If funding is an issue, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Credit: Course fees waived for students who enroll in the Institute for 2 credits through their respective campuses (25 student credit slots available)
Location: San Francisco State University