Monday, 03/01/2021, 1:15 pm.
Kristen Jacklin – Department of Family Medicine and BioBehavioral Health, University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth, will discuss “Dementia Inequities in Indigenous Populations: Translation of Ethnographic Community-Based Participatory Research Findings to Culturally Safe Dementia Care Tools.”
1:15pm EST, March 1, https://umn.zoom.us/j/95756751287
Dr. Jacklin is a Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Biobehavioral Health as well as the Associate Director of the Memory Keepers Medical Discovery Team – Health Equity (MK-MDT) at the University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Campus.
Dr. Jacklin has expertise in community-based participatory research, Indigenous methodologies, qualitative and ethnographic methods as well as specializing in highly integrative research designs. Much of her current research is multi-sited, diversity-focused, with a critical anthropological lens. Her Indigenous projects additionally layer a two-eyed seeing framework. She has expertise in health equity, Indigenous aging and health, knowledge translation and exchange, cross-cultural medicine and cultural safety, and Indigenous and rural medical education.
MINNESOTA DEMOGRAPHY AND AGING SEMINAR
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