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.
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
- Finding Funding for CBR
- Ethics and HIV Research
- Methods in Community-Based Research
- Peer Researchers
- Referral Resources for CBR Participants in BC
- Resources for Virtual Collaboration
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
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)
- British Columbia HIV/AIDS Community-Based Research (Positive Living Society of BC)
- 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