Please see the conference call below for the joint 2019 CARN & ALARA conference.
We are excited to share three PPI-PHR courses for 2019 led by ICPHR members. These courses are hosted by:
The 2018 Annual Working Meeting short minutes is now posted on the conference page!
The 9th Annual ICPHR AWM held in Edmonton, Canada was attending by forty=nine new and returning ICPHR members from Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Germany, Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, UK, and USA
Our esteemed colleague Prof. Francisco J. Mercado-MartÍnez (Depto Salud Publica, Universidad de Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico) passed away on January 6, 2019. Francisco was an important voice in participatory health research in Latin America. He possessed an outstanding talent for building networks and conducting research in the interest of promoting the health of those most in need. He will be greatly missed.
Photo: Prof. Francisco J. Mercado-MartÍnez, ICPHR Meeting in Berlin 2015
Registration is now open for the 10th ICPHR Annual Working Meeting!
ICPHR | 10th Annual Working Meeting
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Sunday, June 23rd (9am) to Tuesday, June 25th, 2019 (2pm)
There is no fee to register or attend the meeting, however, space is limited to 45 participants.
If you would like to present your work, please visit our pre-conference page for details on abstract submission. Abstracts are due March 8th, 2019.
Check out our Third Quarter Newsletter here!
In this Issue:
*NEW!* Published: Ethics in Participatory Research for Health and Social Well-Being. Get your discount code!
Participatory research presents unique ethical challenges. Sarah Banks from the Executive Committee of the International Collaboration for Participatory Health Research and Mary Brydon-Miller have just published a collection of cases and commentaries shedding light on the many issues involved:
Ethics in participatory research for health and social well-being: Cases and commentaries, edited by Sarah Banks and Mary Brydon-Miller (Abingdon, Routledge).
This builds on the substantial body of work undertaken in recent years by the Centre for Social Justice and Community Action, Durham University, UK and ICPHR, providing a welcome resource for participatory researchers. The book introduces the key ethical issues in participatory research, drawing on ethical theory and relevant literature before presenting seven substantive chapters, each on a different theme, such as power, ownership, confidentiality and boundaries. The chapters feature an introductory overview of the topic with reference to the literature, followed by four real-life case examples written by participatory researchers and short commentaries on each case. Drawn from around the world (from Denmark to Tanzania), the cases illustrate a range of ethical issues, outlining how they were handled and the reflections and feelings of the contributors.
Further details can be found on the book website. 20% discount is available if you order via this website, please enter the code at checkout: FLR40.
*NEW!* Published: Participatory Health Research - Voices from Around the World. Get your discount code!
Among the topics covered:
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About the Editors
Michael T. Wright, PhD, LICSW, MS, is a professor for Research Methods at Catholic University of Applied Sciences in Berlin, Germany. Dr. Wright also is co-founder and coordinator of both the German Network for Participatory Health Research and the International Collaboration for Participatory Health Research. He has served as associate editor of the International Journal of Public Health.
Krystyna Kongats, MPH, is a PhD candidate in Health Promotion at the School of Public Health, University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. Her primary experience, skills, and interests lie in participatory and creative approaches to research, health promotion, and end of life care. She is also a consortium member of the International Collaboration for Participatory Health Research.
The 10th Annual Working Meeting of the International Collaboration for Participatory Health Research (ICHPR) will take place at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland, USA from 9am, 23 June (Sunday) to 2pm, 25 June (Tuesday). From 21-22 June (Friday-Saturday) there will be a pre-conference. More information will be made available on our 2019 Annual Working Meeting page.
Learn more about Baltimore in this new article from The London Evening Standard "Why Baltimore is the Coolest City in the East"
Several members of the ICPHR have been cooperating on a number of book projects and special journal editions. An overview was prepared for the Annual Working Meeting in Edmonton and is available here.