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Lunch meeting by Mieke Snijder

Aboriginal community-based research: integrating rigorous research and community participation - May 15th, 2017

Organisator Health and Society
Datum

ma 15 mei 2017 12:30 tot 13:30

Locatie Leeuwenborch, building number 201
Hollandseweg 1
201
6706 KN Wageningen
0317-483639
Zaal/kamer C82

May 15th, 2017, Leeuwenborch building, room C82

Aboriginal Australians experience a 2.3 times higher burden of disease compared to non-Aboriginal Australians. Solutions designed and led by Aboriginal Australians are most effective and sustainable in improving the health of Aboriginal Australians. The challenge is to bring together the leadership, skills and knowledge of Aboriginal communities with the highly specialised, real-world evaluation skills of senior researchers.

This presentation will showcase how local Aboriginal expertise was combined with evaluation expertise of academics in a project aiming to reduce alcohol-related harms among Aboriginal Australians. The project was a multiple baseline trial conducted with Aboriginal Australians in three communities in regional Australia. The partnership, project activities and results will be presented.

Mieke Snijder is completing her PhD at the National Drug & Alcohol Research Centre, UNSW Australia.

More information about Mieke Snijder can be found here.