The Use of Community-based Research to Develop a Toolkit for First Nations, Metis and Inuit People on Dialysis

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Lee Ann Sock

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The Use of Community-based Research to Develop a Toolkit for First Nations, Metis and Inuit People on Dialysis

  1. 1. Dr. Barbara Paterson Lee Ann Sock
  2. 2.  Tell you about our research  Show you the toolkit  Tell what we did to foster community buy-in & support  Tell you what we did to ensure that the voice of each community researcher was heard  Tell you how we assessed the quality & relevance of the toolkit  Confess our mistakes & what we learned from them
  3. 3.  The purpose  The research team  The method  The toolkit
  4. 4.  MOU  Research assistant selected by community  Keeping everyone informed (newsletter, conveying expectations of dissemination to community researchers & participants)  Appreciation events  Ownership of the project
  5. 5.  Talking stick  Writing the scripts  Involving all as actors
  6. 6.  Consultants  Bring back to participants  Trying it out with others
  7. 7.  There is much that is NOT written about community-based research  The need to build relationship  The selection of the RA  Videography is a definite art
  8. 8.  The great gift of being part of this project  There is a need for more discussion about what researchers and communities learn from their experience of community-based research  Claudia.Simon@ehwc.ca

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