Seminar/Event Detail

Public Health Colloquium Series - Mapping the Possibilities: Using Social Network Analysis to Support Community Partners in Capacity-Building for Health

Date/Time: 20 September 2012, 12noon - 1pm
Speaker: Vanessa Buchthal
Speaker Affiliation: Office of Public Health Studies
Venue: UH Manoa Campus, Biomed D-207
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Description: Social network analysis is an emerging tool in the evaluation
of public health partnerships. It can also be a powerful resource
for academic researchers in community-based participatory
research partnerships.

Dr. Buchthal will present the results of a recent network study
conducted with organizations in the Kalihi community, and discuss
how network data is being used by community partners to identify
assets, bridge community divides, and strengthen their efforts to
build a healthier food environment for Kalihi residents.

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

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