CCBR typically has 15-20 ongoing projects and has completed over 450 projects since 1982. Each project is guided by our commitment to impacting social change in practical and powerful ways. We conduct research with people not on people, cultivating respect with communities at every step of the process.

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    9036_ Focus Groups London

    The purpose of this project was to prepare and conduct a training session with eight Peer Health Educators in focus group methodology and co-facilitate 24 focus groups with newcomers and immigrants within the City of London. This project was funded by London Health Sciences Centre and Southwest Regional Cancer Program.

    9038_ MCC Canadian Advocacy Research Project

    The purpose of this project was to assess the commitment of Canadian Mennonite Central Committee supporters to advocacy that is directed toward government. This project served to build the advocacy capacity of MCC Canada within the context of its broader global mission of “sharing God’s love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to the basic human needs and working for peace and justice.”

    9039_ NFL Smallwood Community Centre
    CCBR provided support to an internal participatory evaluation conducted by the Smallwood Community Centre in Marystown, Newfoundland. In addition, this project provided training materials to government employees of the Rural Secretariat of Newfoundland and Labrador to enhance their evaluation capacity when working with community groups. The evaluation was funded by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.
    9040_ Primary Care and Rehabilitation Integration with Self Management (PRISM)

    CCBR provided research support for two pilot projects to Centre for Family Medicine’s Primary Care and Rehabilitation Integration with Self-Management (PRISM) project. The first was development of an e-consultation system. The second was the development of a self-management approach for people with spinal cord injuries.

    9041_ Evaluation of SW Cancer Programs London
    CCBR was contracted by Healthcare Materials Management Services (HMMS) in London, Ontario, to deliver a complete evaluation of the Mobilizing Newcomers and Immigrants to Cancer Screening Program. This evaluation was funded by London Health Sciences Centre and Southwest Regional Cancer Program.