AWM 2015: Meeting Minutes
The meeting minutes from the 2015 Annual Working Meeting in Berlin Germany are now posted. The minutes highlight new projects that the ICPHR is undertaking as well as emergent issues.
We are excited to announce 4 new projects the ICPHR is undertaking:
Realist Evaluation & Synthesis: Advancing Principles, Strengthening Practice
Pre-Conference: Sunday, October 2nd 2016
Post-Conference: Thursday, October 6th, 2016
Location: University of Liverpool, London Campus - 33 Finsbury Square, London
The 2nd International CARES Conference is an invaluable opportunity for knowledge sharing, debate and training in the burgeoning areas of realist evaluation and synthesis.
CBPR Summer Institute
Community Based Participatory Research Institute: Indigenous and Critical Methodologies
Public Health Program, School of Medicine, University of New Mexico
(2 or 3 graduate credits: Registration will open in March, 2016)
2016 Summer Dates (7th annual institute):
On-site: Tuesday, May 31st, 1-6 pm; Wednesday June 1st-Saturday June 4th, 8:30 - 5 pm
Off-site: TBD (within a few weeks): 3-hour Webinar for CBPR project presentations
Public Speaker: Thurs: 3:30-5 TBA
Contact Gayle at GarciaG@salud.unm.edu to put your name on the wait list.
Faculty: Nina Wallerstein, DrPH NWallerstein@salud.unm.edu
Tassy Parker, PhD, RN, TaParker@salud.unm.edu
Lorenda Belone, PhD, MPH, LJoe@salud.unm.edu
Victoria Sánchez, DrPH email@example.com
Co-Sponsors: Center for Participatory Research; Institute for Indigenous Knowledge and Development; Robert Wood Johnson Center for Health Policy at UNM; HSC Offices of Diversity and Community Health; Community Engagement, CTSC; NM CARES Health Disparities Center, University New Mexico.
First Quarter Newsletter, 2016
Newsletter of the International Collaboration for Participatory Health Research (ICPHR)
First Quarter, 2016
Information en français: Nita Chaudhuri, firstname.lastname@example.org
Informatión en español: Francisco Javier Mercado Martinez, email@example.com
Informação em Português: Irma Brito, firstname.lastname@example.org
Information auf Deutsch: Michael Wright, email@example.com
In this Issue:
1 Last Call! Annual Working Meeting 2016
As previously announced, the next Annual Working Meeting of the ICPHR will take place in Malmö, Sweden from 9am, Thursday, 25 August to 2pm, Saturday, 27 August 2016. Registration ends on May 2nd! The meeting is a place where we can work on joint projects and learn more about what we are doing in our home countries. All registrants will receive a detailed program and a list of recommended hotels, both of which are also posted on the website. A pre-conference will be taking place in Göteborg on 24 August where work being conducted in Sweden will be presented and international speakers will address current issues in participatory health research. Please go to the site for more information.
2 ICPHR Kids in Action Initiative
Children are an often overlooked group when it comes to participatory research projects. We have an exciting new opportunity for those who are interested in conducting Participatory Health Research (PHR) research with children – the Kids in Action multi-country 3 year collaborative initiative. The initiative, which will be launched at the Annual Working Meeting in Malmö, is being coordinated by Prof. Lisa Gibbs, Director of the Jack Brockhoff Child Health and Wellbeing Program and Unit Head of the Evidence and Child Health Unit in the Centre for Health Equity, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health at the University of Melbourne (Australia). Information will be coming soon on our website.
3 Ethics in Participatory Health Research: Request for Case Examples and Case Studies
We continue to collect case examples for a broader discussion on ethics in Participatory Health Research. These examples will illustrate the issues raised in our position paper on ethics, available on the website. For more information about the case examples and case studies, click here. Feel free to submit your case studies in languages other than English. We will work with our language coordinators to find ways to incorporate these studies into the sites which are currently being developed in other languages. We look forward to hearing from you!
4 Add us to Your Website
Adding a link to the ICPHR website is an important way you can contribute to spreading the word about our work!
5 Getting Involved
The best way to get involved in the work of the ICPHR is through the Project Groups and Focus Areas. Contact the coordinators of the projects which meet your interests. Members are also welcome to set up new projects. This can be done by submitting an idea to the Central Office. Or maybe you represent an organization and are looking to cooperate with the ICPHR. Just send an email to the Central Office with a description of your work and we will contact you. Our list of current projects can be found here: http://www.icphr.org/projects.html The Focus Areas are described here.