WCHRI Engaging social actors in health research Lunch and Learn: "Building trusting research relationships with an Indigenous community to support parents to-be: The ENRICH First Nations Project"

Friday, May 11, 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
The presenters will share their experience in engagement and relationship building within a large Indigenous community. Particular attention will be paid to the time and commitment invested and the complexity of their roles working to improve maternal health.
 
Presented by:
  • Grant Bruno, research assistant with ENRICH, graduate student in the Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology
  • Richard Oster, research associate, ENRICH research group in the Department of Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science

Date: May 11
Time: noon – 1 p.m.
Location: ECHA 4-036

Pizza lunch provided. Please register by May 9!

Please feel free to distribute the poster to your networks.

This session is part of the newly developed WCHRI Lunch and Learn theme for the year with sessions related to community and patient engagement titled: Engaging social actors in health research. This WCHRI Lunch and Learn workshop series will introduce to our members a number of research projects that have effectively engaged different social actors (patients, community organizations, community members, clinicians, decision/policy makers) as active partners in research. 

The workshops in this series are interactive, with two primary aims: 1) to discuss the process of working together with different social actors in health research and 2) to present the outcomes of such a research approach.