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On July 19, 2015, the CIHR CBR Collaborative: A Program of REACH and the CIHR-funded AHA Centre hosted a conversation about the ‘essential ingredients’ for successful and respectful cross-cultural community-based research (CBR) partnerships.
Research involving Indigenous People requires true community engagement, which takes time, a commitment, and an understanding of the history of Indigenous peoples’ experience with research.
Watch as Older Knighton Hillstrom teaches both in Cree and English, ways that we can respect plants and ways that they give back as medicines.
These documentaries are part of an award-winning series of three stand-alone films, called Promising Practices. These films highlight how Indigenous communities in Canada are utilizing harm reduction with cultural practices and evidence-based methods enhance health outcomes.
The Fireside Chats series serves as a monthly opportunity to share and discuss different research projects focusing on Indigenous women and HIV in Canada, and to provide capacity-building opportunities.