Program and Project Category: Community Based Research

Community-based research (CBR) investigates issues that are important to communities. CBR is collaborative, change-oriented, and inclusive. We conduct and support CBR projects and host quarterly CBR meetings for stakeholders to come together and discuss research in the province. We work throughout the province and with partners in other parts of Canada. If you are interested in knowing more about community-based research, contact  our Director of Evaluation and Community-Based Research. You can also read the CBR Musings blog and follow us on Twitter. See highlights below and visit the Research and Evaluation section for complete program information.

“Community-based research is research that is conducted with and for, not on, members of a community.” (Kerry Strand. 2003. Community-Based Research and Higher Education: Principles and Practices, p. xxi) Community-based research (CBR) is a methodological practice that places community partnerships at the forefront. promote an interdisciplinary framework that recognizes the multiple social, economic, political and health… Read more »

PAN’s Community-Based Research (CBR) program facilitates and supports community-based research initiatives and partnerships to address HIV and HCV  in British Columbia and across Canada.  This program is possible thanks to our partnership with and funding from the CIHR Centre for REACH in HIV/AIDS. Through CBR  we work to help foster CBR in the province by linking… Read more »