Tag: Universities Without Walls

REACH and Universities Without Walls have launched a Call for Applicants to REACH/UWW Intervention Research Fellowships 2017-2018. We hope to have up to 6 amazing intervention researchers and projects embedded in policy, clinical or nonprofit environments from across Canada. 2017 Training Fellowships A new learning and funding opportunity for Masters and PhD degree students or… Read more »

Universities Without Walls has partnered with the Faculty of Education at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) to launch a professional certificate program. Tools for Community-Based Research is a 7 week course that incorporates self-directed education modules and live online discussion. Our goal is to get you ready to participate in and contribute… Read more »

Monday, June 27th from 2:00-3:00pm EST Register here Summer means the launch of Pride celebrations in Canada, with Toronto Pride Month having kicked off on June 1st. To add to the festivities and round out the month, “What’s Hot with Peer Researchers?” will be hosting a special Pride Edition on Monday, June 27th from 2:00-3:00pm… Read more »

What’s Hot with Peer Researchers? Engaged Yet?  Hosted by James Watson  Tuesday, April 19th @ 2pm EST “Engagement” is a word that holds great meaning in the HIV sector, it drives programming, shapes research methodologies and is a key element in successful interventions. But how do we measure and achieve engagement and how can it… Read more »

Universities Without Walls – Flipped Conference Invite

At traditional conferences, we believe the most meaningful and lasting connections are often made outside the plenary sessions. New friendships are formed after colleagues bump into each other in hallways, hotel rooms, share libations. So we’re making a conscious effort to bring the water cooler conversations up on to the podium. Instead of spending our… Read more »

We’re excited to announce that Universities Without Walls has partnered with the Faculty of Education at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) to launch a professional certificate program. Scholarships: The Ontario HIV Treatment Network will offer a number of scholarships for persons living with HIV, peer researchers and/or HIV/AIDS community leaders in Ontario to… Read more »

Tools for Community-Based Research Certificate

Universities Without Walls has partnered with the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) to launch their professional certificate program. The Tools for Community-Based Research Certificate (CBR) is a 5-week, 25-hour course that incorporates self-directed education modules, live online discussion and Skype in-person seminar discussions to enhance the learner’s readiness to participate in and contribute… Read more »

Tuesday, December 1st @ 2:00 PM EST “What’s Hot with Peer Research Associates (PRAs)?” is an online talk show about community-based research that has people living with HIV as the main protagonists. 10th Edition, World AIDS Day special, “Peer Power”: Celebrating the work of HIV Peer Researchers Hosted by James Watson and Francisco Ibanez-Carrasco On… Read more »

Wednesday, October 28th, 2:00 PM EST “What’s Hot with Peer Research Associates (PRAs)?” is an online talk show about community-based research that has people living with HIV as the main protagonists. 9th Edition : “High & Hired: PRAs with lived experience using drugs.” hosted by James Watson “Nothing About Us, Without Us” is an often used… Read more »

Wednesday, September 30th, 2:00 PM EST “What’s Hot with Peer Research Associates (PRAs)?” is an online talk show about community-based research that has people living with HIV as the main protagonists. 8th Edition : “GIPA/MIPA: I’ve heard of it.” hosted by James Watson The Greater and more Meaningful involvement of PLHIV is based on the idea… 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 »

Wednesday, May 13th, 2:00 – 3:00 PM EST CLICK HERE to learn more and watch Todd’s welcome video. Gay and bisexual men’s HIV research tends to focus on men living in and around metropolitan regions, ignoring the lives of men living across the entire province. This session will provide an example of a project involving… Read more »