U. researchers encourage community-based studies

February 14, 2017

Brown Daily Herald, February 14, 2017

Amy Nunn, associate professor of medicine and behavioral and social sciences, strongly advocates for community engagement research. "I've always found it to be rewarding and worthwhile. It's the only way I do my work," she said. Nunn has used the process while researching and creating programs for the Rhode Island Public Health Institute, including Food on the Move, which provides mobile, discounted food markets in a variety of neighborhoods, and Do One Thing, which addresses issues faced by those with HIV.

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