Explore featured journal articles, books and reports, case studies, and practical toolkits that take a community-based approach. The scholarship highlighted below comes from authors within Canada and across the globe within a variety of disciplines, all practicing community-based research. 

Books and Reports

Journal Articles

Case Studies

The following are case studies of community-based research projects that were showcased in previous CBR Canada webinars, as well as assembled during the 2014 National Summit on Community-University Partnership Research Excellence.

Visioning Health II emerged from the Visioning Health I pilot study. Findings indicated that research can be healing for participants, when done with attention to: MEIWA, strengths, Indigenous knowledges, cultural traditions, and ceremony. Visioning Health II involved the participation of 67 Indigenous women who are HIV-positive between the ages of 24 to 70 years across eight sites in Canada.

This study investigated how to create a new parenting assessment tool in BC that aligned with an Indigenous value system.

This research project sought to identify strategies that could be used to address challenges to supporting transitional age youth (TAY) living with Developmental Disabilities and Dual Diagnosis.

This is a compilation of case studies prepared by participants of the 2014 National Summit on Community-University Partnership Research Excellence in Waterloo, Ontario. This represents community-based research projects in a wide variety of fields.