Category: Community-Based Research

CBR Musings Blog – July 2012

Review: What’s Hot in HIV Research Research, research everywhere but what to read? Where to start? I’ve been musing about how the lovely World Wide Web makes research so much more accessible, especially with the advent of social media where news and research “find us.” I’m always interested in seeing what colleagues in the HIV/AIDS… Read more »

PAN CBR Update – Introducing Andrea Langlois

CBR Spotlight If you are in Victoria from May 28th – 31st, check out some of the fantastic free public lectures being offered by the Universities Without Walls Spring Learning Institute: “What has HIV research done for me lately?” Monday, May 28, 2012 from 9:00am – 12:00pm Arbutus & Queenswood Room, Cadboro Commons Building, University… Read more »

CBR Update: April 2012

CBR Spotlight Are you (or do you know) a graduate student interested in HIV and community-based research? The Universities Without Walls program is still accepting applications for its 2012-13 Fellows until May 4th, 2012. For application details, visit their website at CBR Musings: Balance Balance is one of the most sought-after, yet elusive goals… Read more »

CBR Blog: March 2012

CBR Spotlight In this edition of the CBR blog, I want to shine the spotlight on some of the fantastic research our members are doing. Check out AIDS Vancouver Island’s local research page, which provides information about the projects they have been working on and links to the final reports. Great work, AVI! If you… Read more »

CBR Blog – February 2012

CBR Spotlight The Pacific AIDS Network’s CBR Office now has a twitter account! Consider following us @PAN_CBR. This venture into social media is another way that PAN will provide update about CBR projects we are involved with and share research-related resources with our members. If you or your organization have a twitter account we should… Read more »

CBR Blog: Issue No.2

Hello folks. Welcome to post number two of PAN’s CBR blog CBR Spotlight This month, I’m excited to shine the spotlight on some brand new content on our website. If you click on the CBR tab, you will notice a new KTE tab. KTE is short for ‘Knowledge Translation and Exchange,’ and refers to the… Read more »