Feb 22

Health in Africa Series – Community Engaged Research (CER): Connecting in a Time of Need

Location
Zoom Webinar
Date(s)
Mar 13, 2024 from 9am (EDT)

The University of Toronto is pleased to invite you to attend the session of the Health in Africa Series, entitled “Community Engaged Research (CER): Connecting in a Time of Need”.

The presenter, Natasha Kannemeyer is an Assistant Lecturer in the Division of Social and Behavioural Sciences, School of Public Health at UCT. She is a PhD candidate in the School of Public Health at UCT.

Natasha will present on :

  • How she has engaged with communities to understand their needs and how CER can be applied in research
  • The key learnings from this session will include different ways to engage communities, unpacking the CER approach, and understanding how this approach can Evaluate why approach can be adopted in research more broadly.

 

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