Webinar: Creating Authentic, Effective Partnerships between Organizations and People with Lived Experiences: Lessons from CASPEH

The UCSF BHHI recently released a report on the largest representative study of homelessness in the United States since the mid-1990s—the California Statewide Study of People Experiencing Homelessness (CASPEH). The CASPEH was guided by a Lived Expertise Advisory Board—a group of advisors from across the state of California who represent a range of lived and living experiences of homelessness—from rural and urban, living sheltered and unsheltered, young and old, in families and single. 

This webinar is about creating authentic and meaningful collaborations between researchers and people with lived experiences. Panelists discussed how this partnership between BHHI and the CASPEH LEAB brought equity, collaboration and shared power to each phase of the CASPEH. They also talked about what they did together and shared tips for forming a board to advise on research projects and programs.

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