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Community of Practice

Community of practice meetings actively bring together CBRCanada members from across Canada and beyond to engage in meaningful discussions. All involved in community-based research are welcome, whether you are a researcher, peer-researcher, student, project coordinator, administrator, director, or community leader. The purpose of the community of practice is to network with others, learn from each other, and exchange best practices.  


The group meets the second Friday of every other month. Meetings are one hour, informal, and participatory. Sign up to receive re-occurring calendar invitations for the entire year. You can unsubscribe at any time and can attend as many meetings as you wish.  


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Next Community of Practice
September 13, 2024 at 12-1:30pm ET
*this CoP is longer than the usual 60 min

Topic: Responsibilities in Decolonization as a Community-Based Researcher


Guest Speakers: Ranjan Datta (Mount Royal University)

Big ideas, good practices and resources are shared in the group discussions during every Community of Practice on a wide variety of topics. See the most recent discussion summary to the left. Explore all infographic summaries generated from the discussion notes during the Community of Practice events, since September 2023. 

“I am appreciating being part of CBRCanada’s Community of Practice. I have been able to connect with community-based research focused faculty and staff at various academic institutions across Canada. I am also learning about resources and non-academic organizations which can be used to facilitate community-based research. These connections and resources are proving to be very valuable in promoting community-based research within my own research centre.”

"I’m glad to meet new people in this field, passionate about community-based research. I felt comforted around my nervousness practicing community-based research."

- Anonymous Community of Practice participant

- Jo Ann Miller, Research Manager, Institute on Aging and Lifelong Health, University of Victoria

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