Wellesley Institute’s Director of Community Health, Dr. Nasim Haque, presented at the Lillian Wright Maternal-Child Institute along with four other speakers from York and McMaster University, all of whom have expertise in the area of maternal child health research. Nasim’s presentation, “Photovoice as an arts based participatory research approach,” drew examples from her work using participatory action research methods in the St. James Town Initiative. The presentation was attended by students from different disciplines, researchers, community members and health and social services professionals.
Download the presentation slides: Photovoice as an arts-based participatory research approach
The Lillian Wright Maternal-Child Institute is a knowledge translation platform for sudents, faculty and community members. The Institute is housed in the Faculty of Health at York University. On September 23rd, it organized a one day learning event on methodological approaches in maternal and child health research.