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HEP Partners Presenting at APHA

Congratulations to several University of Michigan (U-M) School of Public Health (SPH) researchers and Detroit community partners affiliated with the Healthy Environments Partnership (HEP) for being accepted to present as part of a "Lessons Learned from Community-Based Projects and Partnerships Roundtable" at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association in Atlanta on Monday, November 6, 2017. The title of their session presentation is "Mini-Grants as a Tool to Support Community Engagement and Social Change: Examples from the Detroit Active Living Mini-Grant Program.” Co-authors include: Myra Tetteh, Amy Schulz, Sharon Sand, Cindy Gamboa, Murlisa Lockett, Todd Scott, Julia Weinert, U-M SPH. The session number is  382697. 

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