Carmen Logie promotes arts-based methods for illuminating gender in community-based researchCategories: Carmen Logie, Faculty, Research
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)’s Institute of Gender and Health publishes a “Meet the Methods series” on his website that provides “practical tips and tools from prominent researchers on integrating sex, gender and other identity factors into various fields of health research.”
This month it is featuring insight from Associate Professor Carmen Logie on how arts-based methods can be leveraged to explore gender in community-based health research. Click here to view the 2022 issue.
Logie is Canada Research Chair in Global Health Equity and Social Justice with Marginalized Populations. Her research focuses on interventions to address intersectional stigma and other social ecological factors associated with HIV and sexually transmitted infection prevention and care.
Click here to view a PDF of CIHR’s 2022 issue featuring Logie, who explains what arts-based methods are and why health researchers should consider using them. The issue includes numerous case studies and tips.
Researchers may also be interested in Logies book Working with Excluded Populations in HIV: Hard to Reach or Out of Sight?
- Carmen Logie is using data science to rethink water practices and equity in India through a collaborative, cross-disciplinary project funded by U of T’s Data Sciences Institute
- Carmen Logie is creating the first known virtual reality intervention aimed at improving the mental health of urban refugees and displaced youth
- Carmen Logie is named co-chair of the 31st Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research
- Carmen Logie receives federal funding for research on arts-based-approaches to building resilience and preparedness amid the pandemic