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People who have been doing research for a while and coordinators of research teams may use a lot of words or acronyms that are new to you.
CIHR research projects have clearly defined roles and responsibilities. This fact sheet explains the four roles (and their acronyms!) as well as how each role is responsible for proposal development, proposal submission and project implementation.
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.
Reviewing articles can be time-consuming, but it can also be a good opportunity to find out what’s happening in your field of research. We hope you find this little factsheet helpful!
Simply put, doing research “in a good way” means that the research is conducted respectfully and benefits the community as a whole, as well as the individuals who live in the community, but let’s unpack this a little more …
The Principles of Research and Collaboration (PRC) was designed to support research teams as they decide how they would like to work together.
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).