The Community-Based Research Facilitator brokers the relationship to ensure community interests are included and protected in projects while ensuring scientific rigour is observed during the research process.
The program is designed to improve the skills of AIDS service organizations in developing, implementing, and disseminating findings from their own community based research project with the assistance of a CBR Facilitator.
Terry Howard, the Director of HIV Community Based Research for British Columbia, works collaboratively with ASOs and academic institutions to identify and coordinate a wide-range of initiatives that incorporate community-based research principles and provide much needed “knowledge to action” that benefits the HIV community.
Community-situated CBR projects offer a great opportunity to provide evidence-based research findings to support your next funding application! To view Positive Living BC’s CBR website click here: http://bchivcbr.org/
Requesting Research Support from Positive Living BC
If you would like Positive Living BC to support your project gathering information with the HIV community, please review our policy and research agreement documents below.
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increasing recognition of the existence of male victims of IPV. Read the report.