Dr. Johnson-Jennings is an Indigenous health psychologist and Associate Professor at the University of Saskatchewan in Indigenous Studies and associate in the College of Medicine, Community Health and Epidemiology. She is also a 2011 alumna of CCHE’s Health Equity Leadership Institute and we’re thrilled to see her in Madison again for this event!
“Transforming Trauma Through Love: A Community Driven Randomized Clinical Trial Among the Choctaw Nation to Lower Addiction Risks”
Dr. Johnson-Jennings will discuss how historical and current trauma can be transformed into hope and resilience. She will further provide an example of her collaborative, randomized clinical trial and how the Choctaw Nation is seeking to improve health and reduce addiction risks.
Date: Friday, May 3, 2019
Time: 11:00 am – 1:30 pm
Location: Health Sciences Learning Center, Room 1335
750 Highland Avenue, Madison WI 53705
Lecture, Q&A, and Networking immediately following
(Light refreshments will be served)
Event flyer: NACHP Distinguished Lecture Series – Dr. Johnson-Jennings (PDF)
This lecture is co-sponsored by the Indians into Medicine (INMED), Indian Health Service grant and the Collaborative Center for Health Equity (CCHE).
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