Health Sciences Equity & Diversity Lunch & Learn Series
Decolonizing Care In Health Research
Dr. Carolee Dodge Francis, a Native American social behavioral researcher and an Endowed Ecology of Human Well-Being Professor at the UW School of Human Ecology.
Jeneile Luebke PhD, RN, a post-doctoral nurse research associate with the UW School of Nursing, STREAM program
- Understand what decolonization means for Western research and researchers in relationship to creating collaborative and applicable Indigenous research.
- Discuss how critical feminist frameworks are used as analytical lenses to better understand the complexity of the human experience and social inequality as well as promote Indigenous sovereignty by centering the voices of individuals and communities who have historically been silenced.
- Better understand how decolonizing research methodologies align with an anti-oppressive research agenda through the partnerships and collaboration with tribal communities who are the experts about the needs of their respective communities.
Join our health science community for a series of free workshops and conversations focused on topics related to equity, diversity and inclusion that deeply impact our work and our practice. This event is free and open to all health sciences faculty, students, staff, practicing professionals, and community members.
Continuing Education credit is available!
This year, we will have a series devoted to decolonizing health care. Decolonizing is about freeing systems from their historical colonial status and increasing the recognition, value of, and respect for the cultures of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.
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