Seminar/Event Detail

RMATRIX Hawaii Ethics and Regulatory Informational Session: Ethics and Power in Community-Based Participatory Research: Perceptions of Community Partners

Date/Time: 23 May 2013, 10am - 11am
Speaker: Alice Tse, Donna-Marie Palakiko, Emily Makahi, Ephrosine Daniggelis
Speaker Affiliation: Pediatrics and Nursing, Ke Ola Mamo
Venue: JABSOM MEB Rm. 301
For more info: Please rsvp to Mari Rayner at 692-1825 or

Description: Speakers

  • Alice Tse, PhD, RN, APRN
    Principal Investigator, Family Perspectives of Asthma Project
    Associate Professor of Nursing

  • Donna-Marie Palakiko, RN, MS
    Projects Administrator, Ke Ola Mamo

  • Emily Makahi, MSW
    Client Services Manager, Ke Ola Mamo

  • Ephrosine Daniggelis, PhD, MPH
    Facilitator, Ke Ola Mamo

This event was broadcast live and recorded using Adobe Connect. Technical support was provided by the RMATRIX Biomedical Informatics Key Function.

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Note: due to technical problems during the broadcast and recording of this event, the presenters have provided a PDF version of the PowerPoint presentation that includes the speaker notes for each slide.

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Additional Document:Click here to download

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