Wednesday, August 28 • 3:45pm - 4:15pm
“How Do You Take a Picture of Disparity?”: Using Photovoice to Understand Community Health Priorities Across Western Colorado

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This session describes our use of PhotoVoice methodology to understand local health challenges and assets in communities across western Colorado. Across all communities, issues related to equity and the structural and social determinants of health emerged as top priorities for future research and programmatic efforts. We share examples of photos taken, themes that emerged, and lessons learned regarding how to effectively use this participatory research method for community engagement.

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Andrea Nederveld

University of Colorado
Dr. Nederveld is an Internal Medicine-Pediatrics trained/boarded physician who lives and works in Grand Junction, Colorado. She is committed to primary care research that improves the health of individuals and communities by establishing cross-sector understanding and collaboration... Read More →
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Elena Broaddus

University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine
My background includes working with outdoor education youth programs and conducting global health research focused on maternal and child health and food security and nutrition programs. In my current position with the Department of Family Medicine I coordinate PEACHnet—a new practice-based... Read More →

Wednesday August 28, 2019 3:45pm - 4:15pm
Quandary Peak 3

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