Community-based [Participatory] Research: S trategies and Models. Renée Masching AIDS 2014 Melbourne, Australia July 2014. Honouring. Our loved ones. The territory of the Wirundjeri and Boon Wurrong people of the Kulin Nation . Elders past and present. Self Location. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Community-based [Participatory] Research: Strategies and ModelsRene MaschingAIDS 2014Melbourne, AustraliaJuly 2014HonouringOur loved onesThe territory of the Wirundjeri and Boon Wurrong people of the Kulin Nation.
Elders past and present.
Blood lines and family tiesInvolvement began in 1995, formalized in 1997Regional and then National work
Research and Policy UnitNova Scotia Head OfficeBritish Colombia
Canadian Aboriginal AIDS NetworkBegan as NAPHANEstablished in 1997Representative for Aboriginal People Living with HIV and AIDS and for member organizationsProvide a national forum for members to express needs and concernsProvide relevant, accurate and up-to-date information
4CB[P]R Context in CanadaDiversity populations, communities of interest, geography
Valued as an approach to research
Dedicated funding for CBR 10+ year investment by government
Research led by community organizations and/or by academics in university and hospital settings
5StrategiesAnswering communitys questionsAt the communitys paceReturn on research for the community contribute!
Shared ownership of the research everyone has a stake
Accessible research design
No assumptions about your relationships as a researcher ModelsBuilding community led research teamsReciprocal learningStrategic Partnerships
Seeking community engagement:OutreachPeer/Community ResearchersVoices of those most affected from conception to completion
Building CapacityCentres for CBRCBR capacity building workshops
Honouring the community and the participants
Indigenous Research ModelsIncorporating ceremony
Involvement of Elders
Relationships for the long term