Managing risks in online communities: a collaborative approach
Communities grow beginning from the information that is available to them. The digital space is now increasingly important, as social actors need to educate not just entertain. A much needed shift to empower engagement for lasting change.
Join us this Thursday to understand how communities can be supported through quality information and a collaborative approach for action research.
Speaker: Dr Zhraa A. Alhaboby
Qualified medical doctor (MBBS), with a master’s degree in International Primary Healthcare from Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry -Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and PhD from the Institute for Health Research, University of Bedfordshire. Worked with multidisciplinary research teams and funded projects related to cyber-victimisation and chronic conditions, runs diabetes peer support groups in East London, and using innovative technologies in healthcare. Currently, a lecturer and researcher in Public Health at the University of Wolverhampton, with peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters. Teaching and supervising undergraduate and postgraduate research candidates. Actively involved in health promotion campaigns and designing culturally sensitive health promotion educational activities.
Looking forward to an engaging experience!
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