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.
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 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.