The Health Equity Summer Intensive aligns with the UNC Center for Health Equity Research’s mission by creating space for community leaders, health care professionals, and academics to learn new tools for health equity research.
The Center is hosting its ﬁrst Health Equity Summer Intensive, a two- day training on innovative methods and approaches to conduct health equity research. This year, the training will include interactive trainings 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.
Keynote Presenter: Lori Carter-Edwards, PhD Director
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