Tag: Community-Based Research

Devyn is a former staff member of PAN. Devyn Flesher, PAN’s Prince George Site Coordinator for the Positive Living Positive Homes study, is a 2nd year graduate student at the University of Northern British Columbia, pursuing a Master’s Degree in Gender Studies. Her Master’s thesis focuses on representations of female sexuality in the Twilight Saga… Read more »

5 Questions with Mona Lee, Manager of Evaluation

Mona is a former staff member of PAN. Mona Lee joined PAN in January 2015 as the Greater Vancouver Site Coordinator for the Positive Living, Positive Homes study and went on to become PAN’s Manager of Evaluation. She has a B.Sc. from UBC and a Master’s in Public Health at SFU.  What first piqued your… Read more »

The Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Community Based Research Collaborative Centre, a Program of the CIHR REACH Centre, and the CIHR-funded Aboriginal HIV and AIDS Community-based Research Collaborative Centre (AHA Centre) invite you to join in a conversation that we hope will uncover the ‘essential ingredients’ needed to ensure successful and respectful cross-cultural community-based research partnerships…. Read more »

Join the Aboriginal HIV and AIDS Community-Based Research Collaborative Centre (AHA Centre) on Coast Salish Territory for our Wise Practices Gathering! This premier event brings together Aboriginal People Living with and Affected by HIV and AIDS (APHAs), academic and community researchers, government and policy workers, health care workers and students to discuss current Aboriginal HIV… Read more »

Adventures in Community-Based Research May 27th from 2:00 – 3:00 PM EST CLICK HERE to register and watch Rachel’s welcome video. Rachel Landy is a PhD Candidate in Community Health and Humanities at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Rachel’s doctoral research involves developing, implementing and evaluating an arts-based HIV/AIDS  education and prevention workshop for Indigenous youth in Labrador…. Read more »

Andrea is a former staff member of PAN. Andrea Langlois was PAN’s Director of Community-Based Research.    What first piqued your interest in HIV research? Previous to working at PAN, I enjoyed a 6 year stint at AIDS Vancouver Island (AVI) as their Manager of Communications, Community Relations and Research. While in that role, I… Read more »

Have you ever conducted or commissioned an evaluation that sat on the shelf collecting dust following its completion? The Canadian Evaluation Society is hosting an upcoming webinar on Translating Evaluation Findings Into Action, led by evaluator Kylie Hutchinson. See below for a description of the webinar. Every evaluator wants to see their findings used to drive… Read more »

The American Evaluation Association is hosting a 20-minute webinar on Time-Saving Tips and Tricks for Low-Cost Data Visualization. See below for a full description of the webinar. Are you interested in data visualization and reporting but concerned you don’t have the skills, tools, or time to implement best practices? Are you worried that it would take too… Read more »

The Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) is hosting an upcoming webinar on Cross Cultural and International Evaluations. See below for a description of the webinar from the CES. There are many aspects of cross cultural and international evaluations that are similar to other types of evaluation work. However, some practises are particularly important, and they are the focus… Read more »

Call for Peer Involvement: The CHERT Outcomes Working Group

The BC HIV/HCV Evaluation Advisory Group is looking for people living with HIV or who have lived experience with HCV to assist them in developing outcomes indicators for the Community HIV/HCV Evaluation and Reporting Tool (CHERT). Candidates should have some past experience participating, supporting and/or conducting community-based research and/or evaluation projects. Successful candidates will become integral… Read more »

Heather is a former staff member of PAN. Heather Picotte is the Positive Living, Positive Homes study coordinator at the Pacific AIDS Network. She recently graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Ph.D. in interdisciplinary studies, where her research focused on the food security of people living with HIV in the Okanagan Valley…. Read more »

Online Session: What’s hot with PRAs in Canada part 2

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… Read more »