Bringing Research Home: Findings from Positive Living Positive Homes and BC Stigma Index

Community-based research (CBR) is an approach that puts community partnerships at the heart of the research process. CBR approaches are collaborative; focused on change; and inclusive.

Community-based research begins with community-identified needs, explores research questions, then brings findings back to community. Community identifies the most important pieces learned through research and how to communicate them to a wider audience, known as knowledge translation.

Two of PAN’s CBR studies are in the knowledge translation phase: Positive Living Positive Homes and the BC People Living with HIV Stigma Index. Join us for a webinar on Tuesday January 30 to learn about preliminary findings from each study and community feedback from each region of BC.

Knowledge Translators Antonio Marante and Dan Wilson will present alongside Mona Lee (Evaluation Coordinator) and Janet Madsen (Capacity Building and Knowledge Translation Coordinator).


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KnowledgeConnect webinar series: We present webinars that help build skills and community connections. Sessions may offer insight into new and innovative approaches to work, new research that will contribute to shared community knowledge, advocacy issues, new community resources, or the social determinants of health that affect HIV and HCV.




Questions? Feedback? Get in touch! 
Janet Madsen, Capacity Building and Knowledge Translation Coordinator,
[email protected]