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Improving Accessibility of Research Ethics Boards for Community-Based Research in Canada

Improving Accessibility of Research Ethics Boards for Community-Based Research in Canada

Canadian Institute for Health Research (CIHR)

The research aimed to provide a platform that advocates for a dual focus on community and individual rights in community-based research (CBR) that respects multiple ethical norms and traditions. Reviews of current Research Ethics Board (REB) practices were conducted in Canada to explore common HIV/AIDS related CBR ethical dilemmas and to develop and pilot test an assessment tool for CBR ethics review.

Researcher: PI: Sarah Flicker, Co-PIs: Robb Travers (Laurier), Stephanie Ann Nixon (UofT), Jacqueline Gahagan (Dalhousie), Catherine Anne Worthington (UCalgary), Louise Binder (CTAC), Adrian Guta, UofT, and Mike Wilson (OHTN) Sarah Flicker, Robb Travers (Laurier), Stephanie Ann Nixon (UofT), Jacqueline Gahagan (Dalhousie), Catherine Anne Worthington (UCalgary), Louise Binder (CTAC), Adrian Guta, UofT, and Mike Wilson (OHTN)

Project Theme: Global Inequalities

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