The University of New Mexico's Center for Participatory Research is holding a community engagement seminar Tuesday, March 22 from 3:30 - 5 p.m. at Domenici Hall West on north campus, room 3010.
The seminar is comprised of two separate presentations that relate to the theme of nursing research based on community partnership. The first, titled "No, I'm Not Gonna Be a Guinea Pig For All That: Researcher Trust in the Community," is presented by Rebekah Salt, assistant professor, UNM College of Nursing. The second, titled "A Plan to Help Community Dwelling, Multicultural Rural Elders Age in Place, Manage Symptoms Effectively and Access Palliative Care in Late Life," is presented by Jennifer Averill, associate professor, UNM College of Nursing.
Co-sponsors of the event include the Partnership for Health Research Unit, the Center for Native American Health, the N.M. Center for Advancement of Research, Engagement & Science on Health Disparities and Partnered Health Research with Tribal Communities.
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