Working with Photovoice to Address Health Inequities
Thursday, May 17th, 6:00
Little Five Points Community Center
1083 Austin Avenue, NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
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At the Atlanta-area Evaluation Association’s May meeting, Courtney Kelley, MPH, CHES, will provide an overview of Photovoice and Videovoice methodologies.Then, LeConte Dill, DrPH, will provide specific examples of how she’s applied both Videovoice and narrative analysis methodologies, using examples from her work with young people in the San Francisco Bay Area. Finally, both presenters will explore ways they hope to collaborate with Atlanta residents in applying these methodologies as a participatory approach to addressing health inequities.
Courtney Kelley is a research assistant at Morehouse School of Medicine, where she earned her MPH. Dr. Dill is currently a Satcher Health Policy Leadership Fellow and Research Instructor at Morehouse School of Medicine, where she has been involved in applied research on the health and social impacts of home foreclosures and the commercial sexual exploitation of children and youth, both salient issues in Atlanta. She has also worked in academic, non-profit, and public agencies across the country on issues related to health education, chronic disease prevention, the built environment, youth organizing, and program evaluation.