CO-CREATH's World Café
Feb 20, 2024 — 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
CO-CREATH was established by Dr. Josephine Etowa, Professor of Nursing (University of Ottawa) and Ontario HIV/AIDS Treatment Network (OHTN) Chair in Black Womens’ Health and HIV Prevention and Care. The lab is a hub for researchers, trainees, and community partners conducting critical research to advance health equity and transformative community engagement. It builds capacity using a social sciences approach to better understand the complex interplay of various determinants of inequities in health and health care. It emphasizes the importance of mentoring, recognizing the fluidity of roles when members learn with and from each other.
What we want to share
We are proud to share that the Collaborative Critical Research for Equity and Transformation in Health (CO-CREATH) lab will be hosting its annual World Café on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, at the Lees Campus in room 142 from 1-5 pm. Each year we use this opportunity to showcase our amazing research projects that centers on closing the health equity gap and improving the lives of African, Caribbean and Black Canadians (ACB). In 2024, our CO-CREATH staff, community and university partners will be sharing findings from our HIV-related studies, launching online courses to build service provider capacity, and sharing innovative ways to capture data on ACB people to improve their health outcomes.
We would like to take this opportunity to invite our university faculty members, staff, students, ACB community partners, ACB community health leaders and anyone curious in making a significant impact on vulnerable groups in Canada. Join us for a warm meal, and stimulating conversations where we will share our innovative ideas to make a difference in the lives of ACB people across Canada.