Aislinn C. Rookwood and Mariah Abney join Ethics Talk to discuss their article, coauthored with Hannah S. Butler-Robbins, Danielle Marie Westmark, and Dr Regina Idoate: “Arts-Based Research Methods to Explore Cancer in Indigenous Communities.”
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Aislinn C. Rookwood, MPH is the program manager for the National Cancer Institute-funded Youth Enjoy Science Research Education Program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, where she is currently a doctoral student in the Department of Health Promotion in the College of Public Health. She is interested in community-engaged research to address health disparities in environmental health and cancer.
Mariah Abney (Eastern Band Cherokee tribe) is a media communications student at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and Metropolitan Community College. She is also a cancer research intern in the National Cancer Institute’s Youth Enjoy Science Research Education Program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Recorded May 13, 2022.
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