Seminar/Event Detail

Community Diabetes Collaboration (CDC2): A Participatory Policy Study in Rural, Hispanic School Districts

Date/Time: 05 May 2014, 12pm - 1:30pm
Speaker: Victoria Sanchez, DrPH
Speaker Affiliation: University of New Mexico
Venue: JABSOM, MEB 314
For more info: RSVP to, or for more information, contact: Angela Sy, DrPH sya@hawaii.edu

Description: Dr. Sanchez will conduct an interactive seminar on employing a community-based participatory research approach using examples from her work with two school districts in New Mexico.

UH John A Burns School of Medicine
Medical Education Building - 651 Ilalo St. Rm 314
Monday, May 5, 2014
12:00 - 1:30
Parking information attached

Seminar will be recorded and archived on the CTR-IN Website

Direct Link To Recording

RSVP to, or for more information, contact: Angela Sy, DrPH sya@hawaii.edu

Additional Document:Click here to download

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