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This presentation provides an overview of our team, describes our mission and vision, objectives, activities, etc.
Community-Based Research (CBR) is research that is conducted by the community, for the community.
You have been invited to join a research team so that you can contribute to the process in a meaningful way.
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.
In the fall of 2005, CAAN started to reflect on how it was doing research. The thinking was the organization might benefit from having one group to advise on the research work of the organization. Those invited would:
The AHA Centre is a national, Indigenous-led collaborative research centre housed at the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN). Funded by The Canadian Institutes of Health Research in 2012, The AHA […]
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.
The JIHR is an annual on-line journal published by CAAN as a service to its members and anyone with an interest in Indigenous community-based research (CBR).