The Learning Exchange for AIDS Peer Researchers (LEAP) is excited to invite you to the 2nd edition of “What’s hot with PRAs in Canada”, their online educational series for PRAs and those who work with PRAs, on Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 from 1:00 pm – 2:00 PM EST. The first one was a great success attended by over 50 participants.
Facilitated by James Watson, Community-Based Research Coordinator at the OHTN, this interactive online session titled, “Working with PRAs: supervision, management, coordination or professional friendship?” will give participants an opportunity to discuss the detail of complex and delicate work of building relationships, collecting data and administering research studies with PRA’s
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Want to participate at another time in the conversation about peer researchers, their work, challenges and victories? Join PRAs Like Me, a moderated private space for PRAs and researchers to engage in discussions about topics like self-care, how to enhance the relationship between university research assistants and community based research associates, or what are the challenges most commonly faced by community based researchers using technology to collect data in rural areas.