CBPR Dialogue Cafe

Start: Monday, November 21, 2011 - 5:00 am

End: Monday, November 21, 2011 - 5:00 am

Domenici Center, Room #B116

Presented by: David Broudy, Leah Steimel, Daryl Smith, and Bill Wiese (invited)

The “Pathways to Healthy Bernalillo County” program began as year-long consultations on how to address the health needs of those disconnected from health care services.  The result was Pathways, an intervention which employs community health workers as navigators to help clients overcome social and economic barriers to getting health care and improving health.  The program has operated for two years with good results, yet, we have encountered a number of challenges in evaluation.  

For this CPBR café, we will briefly present the design of the project and our approaches to evaluation.  Most importantly, we will solicit participants’ ideas about how to improve the evaluation to better address the community-level goals of the project. 

Please direct questions to CPR@salud.unm.edu

The next CBPR Café, December 5th, 3:30-5:00,  will be presentations of two NM CARES Health Disparities Pilot Research Projects: Dr. Tamar Ginossar and by Dr. Veronica Plaza with her community youth partners.   


Other sponsors include: Center for Native American Health; RIOS Net; N.M. Center for Advancement of Research, Engagement & Science on Health Disparities (NM CARES HD)

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