May 31, 2013

OCOH presented
Community/University Partnerships
Potential Impacts on Health

Friday, May 31 at the Missouri History Museum

Speakers were Ms. Loretta Jones, Founder and CEO of Healthy African American Families, Ms. Victoria Anwuri of Washington University, Ms. Christie Norrick of The OASIS Institute and Dr. Melody Goodman of Washington University.  See the complete program.

Presentations:

Community Engagement in Partnered Research and Why Ethics are Needed
Loretta Jones, MAFounder  and CEO,
Healthy African American Families
Assistant Professor, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science

A Community-University Partnership Approach for Research and Quality Improvement Across the Care Continuum to Reduce Breast Cancer Disparities at the Population Level
Victoria Anwuri, MPH
Project Manager and Research Lab Supervisor
Division of Public Health Sciences
Department of Surgery
Washington University School of Medicine

Partners in Aging: An Initiative Between The OASIS Institute and Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging at Washington University
Christie Norrick, MSW
Community Health Coordinator
The OASIS Institute
Co-Authors:Crystal Foster, Sarah Lovegreen, James Teufel, Stephanie Herbers, Nancy Morrow-Howell

A Community-Academic Partnered Framework for Increasing Community Capacity to Partner in Research: Adaptation, Implementation, and Evaluation of the Community Research Fellows Training Program
Melody Goodman, PhD, MS
Assistant Professor
Division of Public Health Sciences
Department of Surgery
Washington University School of Medicine 
Co-Authors: Jewel Stafford, Bethany Johnson-Javois, Vetta Sanders Thompson