Henning Presents Community Participation Paper
Meg Henning, an assistant professor in Health Science, recently presented a paper on “Leveraging Community Voices on Health Governance” at the Harvard School of Public Health’s 30th symposium. The work focuses on the processes of community participation. Henning explored capacity building of community workers in their role as facilitators of community participation. This cross-national case study compares the case of teachers in Lusaka, Zambia, responding to the HIV/AIDS epidemic with the case of public health nurses in Fukushima, Japan, responding to nuclear disaster issues.