Community-based research (CBR) is a collaborative process from start to finish. CBR is a practice that places community partnerships at the forefront, and is marked by the principles of collaboration, positive social change and inclusion.
For a great overview on what CBR is please check out the Universities Without Walls — CBR 101 Modules these are e-learning modules covering things like: What is CBR; Ethics Review; Informed Consent; and Grant Writing.
These resources provide information on the various stages of community-based research, from partnership building to knowledge translation. Like CBR itself, it is a work in process.
CBR Musings blog: ongoing information about our CBR projects and resources in the community.
- CBR Glossary
- Social Media and Research
- Research Partnerships
- Knowledge Translation, Exchange and Mobilization
- Finding Funding for CBR
- Ethics and Research
- Methods in Community-Based Research
- Peer Researchers
- Resources for Virtual Collaboration
Important Institutes or Organizations involved in HIV CBR include:
- The CIHR Centre for REACH in HIV/AIDS
- Universities Without Walls e-Learning
- The Aboriginal HIV & AIDS CBR Collaborative Centre (AHA Centre)
- The Community-Based Research Centre
- University of British Columbia’s Community-Based Research
- University of Victoria – Institute for Community-University Engagement
- BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS
- Community-Based Research Canada
Rethinking ASOs: Responding to the end of AIDS Exceptionalism through East-West Collaboration. Rethinking ASOs was a CBR project to explore the impact and direction of the end of “AIDS exceptionalism” and changing roles of service organizations.
K2A2013 Conference Report Knowledge to Action: Strategic Directions for
Community-Based Research (K2A2013).
CBR Workshop Report 2011: Looking Forward, Standing Together: A Provincial Strategy for Community-Based Research in BC