Posted on November 18, 2011 by Naomi Finseth

Community-Based Research and Evaluation (CBRE) Workshop Series for 2011-2012. CBRE is an approach to research and evaluation in which partners from the community, university, and/or government collaborate for mutually beneficial outcomes. Learn more about CBRE at www.cup.ualberta.ca/cbre/cbre-workshop-series or contact Marilyn at cup@ualberta.ca or at 780.492.6177

Community-Based Research and Evaluation (CBRE) Workshop Series for 2011-2012.  CBRE is an approach to research and evaluation in which partners from the community, university, and/or government collaborate for mutually beneficial outcomes.  Learn more about CBRE at  www.cup.ualberta.ca/cbre/cbre-workshop-series or contact Marilyn at cup@ualberta.ca or at 780.492.6177

These workshops are open to all who wish to attend and may be of particular interest to service providers, policymakers, graduate students, and researchers.

Each workshop can be taken as a stand-alone offering.

Time:   8:30 am – 3:00 pm November 25, 2011

Cost:    $55 each (includes lunch and refreshments)

Location:   (room to be announced), Enterprise Square, 10230 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Case speaker: Karen Edwards, Research Assistant, Community-University Partnership for the Study of Children, Youth, and Families (CUP)

Case title: “Navigating the Ethics of Community-Based Research (CBR) – How to Expect the Unexpected”

This workshop will:explore concepts of ‘ethics’ and ‘rigour,’discuss multiple perspectives on ethical, quality, and trustworthy research,analyze academic, ethics-review standards and processes,use checklists to identify rigorous CBR, andnetwork with other CBR workshop participants


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