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Community Engagement Training Workshop

Hosted by the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) The Universities of Regina and Saskatchewan, IPHRC, and the Saskatoon and Regina Qu’Appelle Health Regions

Saskatoon, SK

A recently completed report by the Aboriginal Health Research Panel suggested a number of activities to improve health research related to Aboriginal people. Building on one important theme, SHRF is facilitating plans for a workshop focused on community engagement training. This workshop will help inform interested reesarchers about strategies, processes, and methods for effective community engagment, particularly with Aboriginal communities.

We are working with ethics experts and community researchers from the Universities of Saskatchewan and Regina, the Saskatoon and Regina Qu’Appelle Health Regions, the First Nations University of Canada, and the Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre. The day will include an overview of ethics requirements, as defined in Chapter 9, “Research Involving the First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Peoples of Canada,” of the TCPS 2 (Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans, 2nd Edition). Case studies about successes and challenges, from both the researcher and the community perspective, will be key features. It will be an interactive day with opportunities for inquiry and discussion.

Tickets may be purchased HERE.

For more information, visit SHRF’s WEBSITE.

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