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Michelle Teti | Methods in the Time of COVID-19: The Vital Role of Qualitative Inquiries

September 16, 2020

Dr. Michelle Teti is the associate chair of the Department of Public Health in the School of Health Professions at the University of Missouri. She directs the bachelor and master of public health programs, and is a program affiliate in the Black Studies Program. Dr. Teti has more than 20 years of experience conducting HIV and sexual health research with people living with and at risk for HIV. The premise of her work is that sick and disenfranchised people matter and know best what is needed to solve their complex health problems. She is an expert in participatory research and in using qualitative and visual patient-driven methods to allow the experiences of people with HIV and other stigmatized illness to inform innovative public health questions and solutions.

Michelle Teti is not able to join us in person via Zoom. She has recorded her talk and it is posted on Google drive (Video), along with her related work and PowerPoint slides (Paper and PPT).