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Bodymapping, Self-Narrative and Treatment Literacy: An Exploratory Study of Participant Experiences

Bodymapping, Self-Narrative and Treatment Literacy: An Exploratory Study of Participant Experiences

Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) and Canadian Aids Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE)

Bodymapping combines a process of storytelling, drawing and group discussion led by a trained facilitator through which participants develop an understanding of themselves, their bodies and their social environment. The study explored how connections between different ways of knowing were negotiated through body mapping processes. More information is available at https://sites.google.com/site/bodymaps/home.

Researcher: PI: Sarah Flicker, Co-PIs: Mira Mehes (MES), Eric Mykhalovskiy (York), Tricia Smith, Cortleigh Teolis and Darien Taylor (CATIE)

Project Theme: Community Arts & Advocacy

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