Not all research approaches are alike, including those that seek to involve communities. Join a conversation that centers the voices of our community partners and their University of Michigan partners on how we can co-design and co-create more effective research.
How are we building equitable partnerships that provide a strong foundation for impactful research in health equity? A conversation on the developing partnership between Aga Khan University and the University of Michigan’s Center for Global Health Equity.
Understanding local resources, needs, and ways of life is a critical first step in developing global health research initiatives. How does ethnography offer unique insights into local contexts? And how can we better incorporate the voices and expertise of global partners in framing research questions?
What are the key opportunities for us to advance vaccine equity around the globe and what are the most pressing challenges? A wide-ranging discussion of vaccine equity and the difficulties it poses, with voices from public health, policy, medicine, and business.
What do we mean by "equity" in global health? Where and how can academic institutions redefine their roles in advancing global health? Join us for a virtual conversation about new approaches and perspectives from communities directly impacted by this work.