In November 2021, CQ held its 3rd biannual Critical Pedagogies Symposium on Teaching & Learning Critical Qualitative Health Methods. In collaboration with the University of Toronto Journal of Public Health (UTJPH), six top-ranked abstracts submitted to the Symposium were recently published in a UTJPH’s Special Issue. Authors include current and former CQ students and CQ Fellows, with abstracts addressing topics ranging from Black feminist pedagogy as a tool for inclusive teaching and learning to mindfulness in critical qualitative health research.
The UTJPH is a new peer-reviewed journal of public health edited by PhD and Master’s students at UofT DLSPH. The journal publishes a range of articles types, both empirical and practical experiences, and aims to increase knowledge translation and highlight the work of emerging scholars and practitioners in public health.
We are grateful to the UTJPH editorial team, especially David Kinitz – PhD Candidate, CQ student, and UTJPH’s Social and Behavioural Health Sciences Section Editor – who first suggested the possibility of a collaboration between the journal and CQ, and led the selection of abstracts for this special issue as a member of the Symposium’s Scientific Committee.
Read the issue here.