Community Health, Research, and Trauma: Scholarly Perspectives
Friday, October 30, 2020
12:00 PM - 02:30 PM
Join us for an emerging conversation on the role of data and research in facilitating social change.
This panel will feature young Black scholars who research at the intersection of trauma and community-based research. We will consider questions such as: how can data collection practices be harmful? How does this connect with experiences of generational trauma, grief, and exploitation of the most impacted communities? This will be an open panel discussion with an opportunity for thoughtful cross-sector conversations on the best practices needed moving forward.
The following CE credits will be available:
- MN Board of Psychology
- MN Board of Behavioral Health (LPC & LPCCs)
- MN Board of Social Work (pending)
Zachary Hylton (Moderator), Senior Policy Analyst, Ramsey County Manager's Office
Kita Lewis, Master's of Public Health Candidate at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health
Soraya Dorbeillier, Undergraduate Researcher at Hamline University
Sadiyo Jama, Undergraduate Researcher at Hamline University
Raie Gessesse, B.A in Public Health and Political Science
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