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Building Effective Community-Based Research Partnerships

9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

The Primrose Hotel, Best Western, 111 Carlton Street (corner of Carlton and Jarvis), Rainbow Room



CBR 201, Wellesley Urban Health Community-Based Research Workshop Series



Space still available!



This very popular and interactive workshop is designed as a continuation of CBR101 and builds on the essential concepts of community-based research (CBR). Increasingly, we are understanding that partnerships are invaluable to effective community-based research projects and other health programming. This workshop's main focus is the planning, implementation and maintenance of resilient CBR partnerships.



Participants will learn

* strategies for partnership development and monitoring during the duration of a CBR project

* sensitivity to community concerns and ethical and privacy issues in CBR

* how to implement the actions from CBR projects



Who Should Attend

* researchers interested in partnership research initiatives, front-line practitioners, community members



Fee: $25 (lunch and resource package included)



Facilitators: Robb Travers, Wellesley Central Health Corporation; Sarah Flicker, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Toronto



Questions? leisa@wellesleycentral.com



Register online at http://www.wellesleycentral.com.



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