Citizen Science in Public Health Policy: Leveraging the Power of Ubiquitous Tools

Oct 25, 2019 at 9:30 AM
Citizen Science in Public Health Policy: Leveraging the Power of Ubiquitous Tools

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Guest Speaker: 

Dr. Tarun Katapally, Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy

Session Overview: 

From a mobile health (mHealth) perspective, the citizen science approach can be invaluable for ethical population health surveillance, integrated knowledge translation, and policy and real-time interventions. Citizen science can range from contributory and collaborative approaches (data collection and analysis) to co-creation of knowledge (conceptualization and knowledge translation).

This talk will delve into the integration of citizen science, community-based participatory research, and systems science through ubiquitous tools to conduct population health research in the digital age.

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