Stacey Springs, PhD, a research faculty member in the Center for Evidence Synthesis in Health at Brown University, will provide an interactive session titled “Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Community Engaged Research— Lessons Learned Working Within and Across Disciplinary Boundaries.” Dr. Springs encourages UNO faculty members and students who attend to share their research efforts and goals, particularly as they related to medical and health humanities.
This presentation will focus on the approaches and lessons learned from our experience collaborating across departments, universities, and sectors in shared efforts to promote arts-based health interventions within population health planning. For all attendees at this interactive presentation, particularly colleagues who work in the humanities, arts, social sciences, public health, and elsewhere; the main question and concern is, How does the work (and the research) I am doing or considering doing relate to and fit into medical and health humanities?
The presentation is on Tuesday, Oct. 23, from 4 P.M. - 5 P.M. at the CEC, room 230. The presentation is sponsored by the College of Arts & Sciences. Co-sponsors are the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media and UNO Medical Humanities. Snacks and beverages will be provided. 27 parking stalls have been assigned in Lot E for guests that do not have UNO permits.
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