Seeing the Forest and Seeing Trees: Two Eyed Seeing in Action
The Department of Clinical Health Psychology is pleased to present Dr. Julia Riddell as their internal speaker for the Edge of Science and Medicine Series.
- Discuss the concept of two-eyed seeing and its application in health and social science research.
- Explain how we used two-eyed seeing to co-create a data analysis framework for a research project done in partnership with two Inuit hamlets, two First Nations, and one urban Indigenous community.
- Describe how power, positionality, and privilege had to be consciously examined while working on a research team comprised of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers and community members.
- Explore some of our challenges in using this framework and our lessons learned.
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