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Online Participatory Research in COVID-19: Youth Stories Through Cellphilms

Community-Based Research Canada (CBR Canada), in which CCBR is the Secretariat, is running an eight-part "Community-based Research and COVID-19: Addressing Widening Inequities and Amplifying Community-Based Visions for Change" online learning series this Fall 2021/Winter 2022. The series runs September-April, 2022.


Each month, CBRCanada hosts 1 webinar and 1 live discussion a week following as an opportunity for the network to dive deeper and explore how to integrate learnings into our own research projects or work. Webinars and Live Discussions are at 12:00pm ET on Thursdays. Registration details below.


Past and current webinar and live discussion topics and speakers include:

  • January 20 and 27: COVID-19: A Time to Pause (Dr. Shaun Hains)

  • February 17 and 24: Long-Term Care homes during the pandemic: Lessons learned and rethinking the future (Chantal Trudel and Soo Wong)

  • March 17 and 24: Omamoo Wango Gamik: Creating a home for Indigenous youth during a global pandemic (Carola Cunningham and Cynthia Puddu)

  • April 21: Online Participatory Research in COVID-19: Youth Stories through Cellphilms (Claudia Mitchell, Hani Sadati, and Shannon Roy)

>> To register for fall and winter events


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