May 12, 2021
Leonore Okwara, MPH is CEO and Founder of Public Health Research Consulting, and host of the Public Health Culture Podcast. She helps researchers meet the unique needs of the community and the funders in two ways: 1) hosting community engagement in research webinars and trainings to equip researchers with strategies on building community trust in research, and 2) providing program management trainings to help researchers manage their grant-funded research studies with ease.
Joyee Washington, MS, MPH, CHES is CEO and Founder of Joyee Washington Consulting, LLC. She is a public health and education research consultant who works with communities, organizations, and institutions to help them conduct more effective research and build more impactful programs for sustainable solutions.
We are collaborating to bring an opportunity to public health students, professionals, and researchers. We are calling this a Research Roundtable, "Building community trust in research: Strategies, challenges, and lessons learned from the field."
In This Episode We Cover:
Register for the Research Roundtable here.
We are running a special of $37 until May 26th in honor of Lupus Awareness Month! If you don’t know, Joyee Washington has Lupus and shared her story on Instagram. Follow her to read her story!
We’re on Clubhouse! Join our club PH Research in Action. We have two wonderful discussions planned for the month of May.
Advice for Public Health Professionals:
Researchers, take a different perspective of your ego. You are not the community expert.
Leonore Okwara, MPH
CEO and Founder of Public Health Research Consulting
Instagram: @publichealthculture @publichealthresearch
Joyee Washington, MS, MPH, CHES
CEO and Founder of Joyee Washington Consulting, LLC