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A Participatory Trust-Building Model for Conducting Health Equity Research With Rural and Urban Native American, Black, and Latinx Communities: WEAVE NM (Wide Engagement for Assessing Vaccine Equity in New Mexico)

Highlights an intervention that aims to increase vaccine equity, engagement, and community trust among rural and urban Black, Indigenous, and Latinx people in New Mexico. The community-based participatory research initiative explores social and cultural elements that shape engagement with the broader community and the effect this has on public health outcomes.
Lisa Cacari Stone, Anabel Canchola, Elroy Keetso, et al.
American Journal of Public Health, 114(Suppl 1), S41–S44
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American Indian or Alaska Native · Black or African American · Community and faith-based initiatives · Culture and cultural competency · Hispanic or Latino · Rural-urban differences · Vaccination · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · New Mexico