Ottawa CBRET Workshop
Date: April 25, 2019 Time: 10 am – 3 pm Location: Carleton University (2017 Dunton Tower)
During the workshop you will:
- Gain access to CBRET
- Build greater awareness about conducting collaborative research with impact
- Become better equipped to reach the next level of quality in community-based research
- Strengthen ties and networks across community-based researchers in your community
The workshop will include:
- An overview of how CBRET was collaboratively developed
- Reflection on the tool’s theoretical underpinnings
- A presentation of the tool and how it can be implemented
- Discussions of how the tool could be used within local case examples
- Lunch and snacks
To Learn More about CBRET, click here.
Rich sees research as a tool for social innovation and change – to find new ways of bringing people who are on the edge of society to live within community as full and equal members. This breadth of work has included multi-partner research initiatives, community mobilization, program/systems change evaluation, and needs assessment with direct policy impact.
Joanna sees research as a catalyst for social innovation, for public policy improvements, and for promoting knowledge democracy, in which local knowledge is valued in building local solutions. Driven by her passion and dedication, she promotes community-based research as a tool for equity and justice within societies. Joanna led a National Summit on pursuing excellence in collaborative community campus research. She is a founding member of Community Based Research Canada (CBRC) and the Community Research Ethics Office (CREO).