CCBR typically has 12-15 ongoing projects and has completed over 400 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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Located at Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre, the Trip! project is a youth-led harm reduction information service for the dance music scene and youth who use drugs. CCBR partnered with stakeholders to conduct a community-based evaluation that explored how well the program model aligned with:1) current drug using trends amongst youth; and 2) PQWCHC’s values, vision, & mission.
The purpose of this project was to explore St Paul’s University College students’ need for wellness supports, what those supports may look like, and the role, if any, of St Paul’s in supporting students’ wellness.
CCBR was an Evaluation Specialist for OBI’s Evaluation Support Program created to build a culture of evaluative thinking that strives to produce continual evidence-based improvements among participating community organizations. CCBR’s evaluation activities included the facilitation of three workshops and evaluation planning/support for the Alzheimer Society of Ontario.
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.
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.
CCBR conducted a needs assessment and action plan for a Family Healing Centre and Land-Based Healing services operated by the Shibogama Health Authority.