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Field notes are a great way to record your observations during an event so that you don’t forget details later on. This document also includes a useful Fieldnote Template.
Community-Based Research (CBR) is research that is conducted by the community, for the community.
Aboriginal people living with and affected by HIV & AIDS (APHAs) are actively included in all aspects of the research process from planning to final reporting and the research project reflects the needs of Aboriginal people living with and affected by HIV & AIDS.
First, we need to remember that learning to write is like using a muscle – the muscle gets stronger the more you use it. Practice will help strengthen your craft and your confidence in writing better grant proposals. Think of grant writing as a journey if that helps—one of constant learning and refinement.
We think the term Capacity Bridging, once understood, may help to break down research barriers by acknowledging that one person may bring many things to their position on a research team.
The AHA Centre 2.0 is poised to be more effective by maximizing investments available in Indigenous HIV and AIDS research by drawing even more community and academic leaders into research in both underdeveloped and highly engaged regions in Canada.