Lunchtime Learning Series: Case Study: Community Engagement and Transformative Research About a Controversial Food Policy


Lunchtime Learning Series: Case Study: Community Engagement and Transformative Research About a Controversial Food Policy

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April 10, 2019 - 12:00 - 13:00
Chown Building 753 McDermot Avenue Room A474 (4th Floor) Winnipeg Manitoba R3e 0T6
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Lunchtime Learning Series: Case Study: Community Engagement and Transformative Research About a Controversial Food Policy

Team: Events, Training & News

Location: Chown Building 753 McDermot Avenue Room A474 (4th Floor) Winnipeg Manitoba R3e 0T6

April 10, 2019 - 12:00 - 13:00

Description


The Patient and Public Engagement in Health Research Lunchtime Learning Series will introduce participants to the principles of patient and public engagement in health research. Participants will learn how to build meaningful partnerships between researchers and people with lived experience that inform decision-making about the health research to improve clinical and practice outcomes.

12-1 pm - Room 474 Chown Classroom, 753 McDermot

Please join us in-person or by webinar. Registration is encouraged but in-person walk-ins and last minute webinar registrations are also welcome.

About the Presenter

Dr. Natalie Riediger is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Food and Human Nutritional Sciences and CIHR Early Career Investigator. She completed her PhD in the Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba in 2015 earning the Governor General’s Gold Medal. Dr. Riediger is a settler who has had the privilege of learning from many Indigenous people through a number of projects and work over many years.

Dr. Riediger will be speaking about her partnerships and community engagement approach for her study related to a proposed sugar-sweetened beverage tax, which has been endorsed by the World Health Organization, though not implemented in Canada. Her community partners on the project are National Aboriginal Diabetes Association, Aboriginal Youth Opportunities (AYO!), and Four Arrows Regional Health Authority. Her approach to engagement is responsive to each partnership and also beyond that of the three organizations/movement. Dr. Riediger will also discuss her experiences and resistance faced in advocating for Indigenous engagement related to this health policy.

Learning Objectives

After the presentation, attendees will be able to:

  • Recognize the importance of their own social position in influencing their understanding of the 'problem' and research questions they want to ask;
  • Describe a multi-tiered approach to community engagement; and
  • Identify problematic behaviours (i.e. red flags) that prohibit engagement.

Join the Webinar

Sign in to the Webinar: bluejeans.com/2045945348

To receive credit for this session, please ensure your sign-in information includes your full name. This information will be used to provide certificates of completion and to request program evaluations. 

Please sign in to the webinar at least 10 minutes before it begins to ensure there is enough time to address any technical issues. To respect the presenters and other attendees we request that when you enter the webinar, you disable your camera.

Accreditation

The CHI Patient and Public Engagement Lunchtime Learning Series is a self-approved group learning activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of The Royal College of  Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

Registration ( 199 spots remaining )

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Location: 753 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba , CA