Equity and Ethics in Public Health Research and Evaluation

Join Maine Public Health Association and our partners in a day-long event to engage in dialogue and learning around equity and ethics in public health research and evaluation. Over the course of the day, we will follow the data lifecycle from design conceptualization to data collection, analysis, reporting, and ownership. We will discuss public health implications and strategies for overcoming challenges to improve the way we practice. We will use a mix of learning approaches, including didactic presentations, case studies, discussions, and opportunities for skill-building.

Learning Objectives:
- Describe structural and systemic inequities, including implicit biases, which influence the data life cycle and have implications for public health practice.
- Consider practices that influence the equitable and ethical conduct of public health research and evaluation.
- Develop awareness of tools, skills and knowledge for responding to data equity challenges in public health research and evaluation.
- Describe approaches to community inclusion in study design, data collection, analysis, reporting, and data ownership.

This event is free and intended for anyone who engages or is interested in public health research and evaluation (e.g., academic researchers, public health practitioners, community researchers, ethics review boards, students, university faculty, evaluators).


Start Date/Time:
Apr 06, 2023 8:30AM

End Date/Time:
Apr 06, 2023 4:30AM

Registration URL:



Maine Public Health Association
Augusta , ME 04330


Heather Drake

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