Using Participatory Photo Mapping (PPM) to Engage Communities - Part 1





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Published on Apr 13, 2010

View more information and resources from this workshop at www.cyhrnet.ca/events/PPMworkshop2010

Participatory Photo Mapping (PPM) is an integrative tool for documenting and communicating the experience of place to community stakeholders and decision-makers. In this workshop, aimed at health researchers and clinicians engaged in community-based collaborative projects, Suzanne Gaulocher and her colleague Dr. David Brown introduced PPM techniques and provided illustrations of its applications. The workshop also addressed critical aspects of community-research partnerships in such projects.

Suzanne Gaulocher is working toward a PhD with the Nelson Institute in Environment and Resources at University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has a Master's Degree in Medical Anthropology from Oregon State University and a Master of Public Health Degree from University of Wisconsin. Her work has centered on increasing knowledge to support the intersection between health and place research with a focus on disparity.

The workshop took place March 12, 2010 at the University of Victoria.

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