Maria (Maju) Brunette, PhD and Associate Professor in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences is currently serving as Deputy Editor-in-Chief for the Archives of Environmental & Occupational Health journal, and just published a thought-provoking editorial.
Maju shares a personal reflection on what her role as an academic researcher should be, and her responsibility to engage with our communities in social justice learning and action. She urges you to work with non-academic researchers including governments and policy makers, to address inequalities and injustices in our own backyards and translate that research into programs that work for all.
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