About this Event
The aim of this virtual two-part seminar is to illustrate through storytelling how community-campus and collaborative participatory actions can be used to address community identified health problems. We hope to achieve three goals throughout these sessions: 1) to support the development, strengthening and maintenance of community-campus partnerships, 2) to provide training, skill development and capacity building as it relates to participatory health initiatives, and 3) to support innovation and co-development of community award and other project plans and proposals.
Session 1 is open to all. Go to website link to register for this event.
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