COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND RESEARCH SEMINAR SERIES

Start: Wednesday, April 14, 2010 - 9:00 am

End: Wednesday, April 14, 2010 - 11:00 am

Location: 
Domenici Center room 3010

THE CENTER FOR PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH (CPR) WITH THE
CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE CENTER (CTSC)
Present the
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND RESEARCH SEMINAR SERIES
UNM HSC Domenici Center Room 3010
Health Impact Assessment
and
Community Based Participatory Research
Panelists: Tim Keller, New Mexico State Senator.
Rey Garduno, Albuquerque City Councilor.
Johnnye Lewis, Ph.D, Director Community Environ Health Program.
Victoria Sanchez, DrPH, Assistant Professor, Family and Community
Medicine, MPH Program.
Claudia B. Isaac, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Community and
Regional Planning.
Emily Piltch, MPH, Associate Scientist, UNM Prevention Research Center.
Andrew Jandacek, Senior Transportation Planner, Santa Fe County
Growth Management Department.
Moderator: George Schroeder, MPH, Bernalillo County Environmental Health Manager.
This panel discussion explores the relationship between three fields that intersect
the realm of Public Health; Land Use and Transportation Planning, Health Impact Assessment, and Community Based Participatory Research. Join us for a lively and educational discussion with local experts as we seek collaboration and synergywith practicing professionals.
For information or questions please contact CPR@salud.unm.edu

Co-sponsored by: Institute for Public Health, Office of Community Health; Master of Public Health Program in partnership with
the Department of Family and Community Medicine; Partnership Health Research Unit, CTSC; Center for Native American
Health/Native American Research Centers for Health (NARCH); RIOSNet; and RWJF Center for Health Policy at UNM.

 

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