Researching peer-led responses: Reflections on 20 years of collaboration, advocacy and creating change

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Associate Professor Graham Brown speaking at Harm Reduction 2019 A seminar by Associate Professor Graham Brown, reflecting on 20 years of research in peer-led responses to HIV, hepatitis C and public health.

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Date:
Wednesday 26 August 2020 04:00 pm (Add to calendar)
Contact:
Renae Fomiatti
r.fomiatti@latrobe.edu.au
Presented by:
Associate Professor Graham Brown
Type of Event:
Public Lecture

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Researching peer-led responses: Reflections on 20 years of collaboration, advocacy and creating change

Associate Professor Graham Brown has been researching peer-led health promotion, community mobilisation and advocacy for twenty years. He is passionate about genuinely collaborative research that enables communities to mobilise and lead social change.

After a decade at ARCSHS, Graham will soon be moving to the Centre for Social Impact at the University of NSW. Before he moves, we hope you will join us to hear Graham reflect on his experience and insights from two decades of collaborating and adapting with the community-led response to HIV and Hepatitis C.

About Graham Brown

Graham is Head of Social Responses to HIV and Viral Hepatitis at ARCSHS, where he has been leading a range of research programs with community-based organisations, health organisations, and advocacy networks. His work has focused on the impact of peer and community-led organisations and their influence in research, policy and practice.

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This event will be livestreamed over Zoom.The seminar is open to all attendees, but to reduce the chance of disruptions, we ask that you register your email address.

This event will not be live-captioned.

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