Women’s Words: Professor Fatemeh Rabiee-Khan
Virtual online event
Women's Words - inspiring and provoking talks from BCU's Women Professoriate.
Professor Fatemeh Rabiee-Khan, Professor in Public Health promotion from the Faculty of Health, Education & Life Sciences, will talk about 'The highlight of my research practitioner career over four decades around the globe: its impact on policy and practice' on Wednesday 3 March 2021 at 2pm.
This talk will take you through Professor Fatemeh Rabiee-Khan's journey into Health Promotion, Public Health, and Research over four decades around the world! It focuses on the impact of politics in the generation of new data. It provides examples of how the direction of her journey has been influenced by significant others and how this had led to creating a niche.
Some of the issues to be unpacked include:
- How active listening to people’s concerns has changed her approach including research methodology
- What tools she has used to ensure the findings of her research are located within local, regional, and national agenda and policy
- How her commitment to societal health, local engagement, lobbying, campaigning, and advocacy became an integral part of her social responsibility as a public health researcher
- How the notion of co-operative inquiry has further influenced her approach as a research practitioner in Birmingham
- How she has used co-creation in data generation and implementation to influence policy and practice
This event is open to all students and staff at BCU. Book your place.
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