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This document offers a great overview of questions to ask when thinking about partnering with university researchers, including a helpful checklist.
This guide describes straightforward, common-sense steps organizations can take to analyze their raw data for decision-making purposes.
Health data from the Downtown Eastside can be found by searching by: location > Local Health Area > Downtown Eastside.
This list of ethics guidelines compiled by the Homeless Hub includes guidance on research involving Aboriginal communities and homeless populations.
This document from the Vancouver Native Health Society provides good guidelines for action-oriented, capacity-building, accountable research and participatory approaches.
This exploratory qualitative study asks women who use drugs about their experiences with research and their perspectives on respectful engagement.
This report demands the greater involvement of people who use illegal drugs in public health planning.
This step-by-step guide to knowledge translation (KT) in healthcare is an excellent starting point for assembling a KT plan, as it walks the reader through guided questions, examples and tips.
This helpful worksheet provides a useful structure and prompting questions to help the user draft their KT plan, including lists of suggested answers and designated space to create an outline.
Use this form to deposit your item in cIRcle, UBC’s open access repository, and widen your audience.
This kit from the Association of Research Libraries outlines strategies libraries are adopting to support researchers in paying article processing charges for open-access publication.