Learning Activity: Lunchtime Learning Series: Whose Research is it anyways?: Engaging the disengaged in health ...


Learning Activity: Lunchtime Learning Series: Whose Research is it anyways?: Engaging the disengaged in health research

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Learning Activity: Lunchtime Learning Series: Whose Research is it anyways?: Engaging the disengaged in health research

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Increasingly, there is recognition that researchers need to actively engage communities, patients, caregivers and others in a true partnership for health research to have successful, meaningful outcomes.  This presentation will touch on some of the challenges inherent in moving towards a model of active engagement, trust building, and ownership. The speakers will examine practical approaches for engaging those who typically are disengaged (e.g., ethno-cultural communities, etc.) and will introduce ‘thought models’ that can be used to place engagement in context. The presenters will also encourage participants to engage in a series of self-reflective activities that will examine organizational, personal, and community values.

 

Dr. Steven Feldgaier is a clinical child psychologist and the Director of Parenting Initiatives at the Healthy Child Manitoba Office of the Government of Manitoba. Dr. Feldgaier is currently on secondment to Healthy Child Manitoba from the University of Manitoba where he is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical Health Psychology in the Max Rady College of Medicine. Dr. Feldgaier also served for many years as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology in the Faculty of Arts and also as an Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Education. 

 

Martin Itzkow, FRSA has an active and successful life and executive coaching practice, locally, nationally and internationally in scope. Martin is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (UK), a Barrett Value Centre Values Consultant (U.K.), and an Associate of the Compassionate Education Foundation (U.K.), and a CBC Weekend Program values columnist. Over the past 30 years Martin Itzkow has held many senior policy positions in the Province of Manitoba, the non-profit sector, as well as in the private sector. Throughout his career he has held positions in executive leadership, direct service, and policy development in non-profit sector organizations serving youth, seniors and families.

 

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