UNM offering CPBR Course for Summer 2017

NURS 615 Critical Ethnography and Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) in Health Care Research

Do you have an interest in critical ethnography and community-based participatory research (CBPR)? Please consider N 615, Critical Ethnography and Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) in Health Care Research, offered by the University of New Mexico College of Nursing, taught by Dr. Jennifer B. Averill, PhD, RN. The class has been refreshed to run over an 8-week interval as a graduate elective. There will be 3 concise papers assigned for this 8-week course: one on critical ethnography, one on CBPR, and one secondary data analysis of actual studies using one or both the designs.

 

Jennifer Averill, PhD, RN

Dr. Averill is an experienced rural health researcher and user of these research designs. Dr. Averill is a seasoned nursing educator who created this class a decade ago for graduate students in multicultural rural communities, especially when the communities experience health disparities or inequitable access to resources.

 

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