Conducting Community-Based Participatory Research to Promote Health Equity in Diverse Populations

Jan
16
2019
January 16, 2019 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Dale Melbourne Herklotz Conference Room, Anderson Pavilion, CHLA
4650 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90027

Presented by:

Joyce Javier, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, CHLA

Dean Coffey, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, CHLA

Aviril Sepulveda, Occupational Therapist, CHLA

Jed David, Occupational Therapist, CHLA

Horacio Lopez, Pediatrician, CHLA

Kamil Bantol, Research Assistant, CHLA

Ana Jayme, AMFT, Asian Pacific Counseling Treatment Center

Joel Jacinto, Commissioner to the Board of Public Works, City of Los Angeles

Audience

Faculty & Postdocs

Purpose

Understanding how to conduct culturally competent research is only the beginning, as researchers and communities must also learn to work together as a team. We’ll show you how to partner with communities to develop, conduct, and evaluate community-based participatory research by sharing how we’ve harnessed the strengths of the Filipino community to prevent adolescent mental health disparities. This workshop will include a panel discussion with our multidisciplinary team that’s funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar Program.

Resources Provided:

If you were unable to attend this event or would like to review the material that was presented, we welcome you to use these links to view them.