L'équité en santé et recherche étudiante : services de soutien en cas de violences à caractère sexuel et politique de protection des populations itinérantes contre la pandémie
This event will take place in English
Academic research is a well-cited source of evidence to inform public health action to address health equity. But valuable academic work on the social determinants of health comes from more than established scholars or graduate students: University undergraduate programs that include a focus on social determinants of health and social justice shape the learning of both students and academics that are involved. Moreover, the demand and value for the work that is produced is increasing.
Supporting and encouraging undergraduate research that explicitly addresses issues of health equity across disciplines and programs is one strategy that universities and other institutions can nurture and grow to contribute to the public health evidence base. This repository of knowledge is essential to informing public health action to address population level inequities.
This webinar will explore how undergraduate research projects can integrate social justice, health equity and public health approaches and provide meaningful evidence to inform practice.
|Event Date||Aug 09, 2021 13:00 to Aug 09, 2021 14:00|
|Posted by NCCEH||Jul 07, 2021|