Welcoming our newest board members!

Welcoming our newest board members!

Welcoming our newest board members!

We are happy to introduce you to four new board members that have joined over the last few months: Lizzie Rigotti, Katelyn Godin, Doug Rankin, and Sweta Banerjee! You can view their profiles on the Who We Are page.

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Community Knowledge Xchange (CKX) Summit

Community Knowledge Xchange (CKX) Summit

Three board members attended CKX in Toronto during November 2014 and found it immensely engaging, interactive, and informational. More than 400 leaders and community change makers from across Canada and other nations arrived in Toronto for three days of conversation, workshops, jam sessions, and field building. Theron and Ayesha facilitated a 70-minute workshop titled “Do […]

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CREO’s 2014 Community Forum

CREO’s 2014 Community Forum

Over 50 people attended CREO’s 2014 community forum. This 4 hour session included information about CREO’s current activities, challenges, successes, as well as a delicious lunch and networking hour. Thank you to the Centre for Community Based Research for providing space. We were all pleased to meet the delegation of Indonesian scholars that were visiting […]

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Theron Kramer, Panelist at McMaster CBR Forum

Theron Kramer, Panelist at McMaster CBR Forum

On November 25, 2014, the McMaster Community-based Research Ethics Working Group hosted a forum on community-engaged research ethics. Panelists included Bonnie Freeman from McMaster U, Adrian Guta from Carleton U, and Theron Kramer from CREO. Discussions centered around ethical tensions experienced in the context of community-based research.

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Ontario Non-profit Network – A promising membership

Ontario Non-profit Network – A promising membership

Two of our Board members attended the Ontario Non-profit Network Conference in Toronto, Ontario. The conference, titled “Emerging Strategies” took place on September 18th, 2014, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. As new members of the ONN, we were hoping to connect and engage in discussion with nonprofit leaders across the province. It was an […]

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Welcome New Board Members!

Welcome New Board Members!

CREO is pleased to welcome FOUR new Board members to our team!!  The new members bring a breadth of knowledge and a passion for ethics!  Please welcome: Ryan Huckle, Eva Dabrowska, Elizabeth Vainionpaa and Gillian Alton to the Community Research Ethics Office!

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CREO Community Forum 2013!

CREO Community Forum 2013!

CREO COMMUNITY FORUM! The Community Research Ethics Office is hosting a Community Forum! Since the Office has been around now for about three years, it is time to report on its activities to the community.  Please join us for: a delicious lunch, a brief presentation of CREO’s history and activities, and an opportunity for questions […]

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CREO Workshop – October 9, 2013 – Research in Communities

CREO Workshop – October 9, 2013 – Research in Communities

Please join us for a Community Research Ethics Workshop: Research in Communities.   The workshop will cover such issues as:   research ethics principles and guidelines how to apply ethical principles and guidelines to your research and how to address various ethical dilemmas/questions, etc. in depth discussion of the specific ethical questions or dilemmas you bring to […]

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CREO is Growing!

CREO is Growing!

CREO is growing!  As organizations and researchers become more aware of the importance of ethics, the need for CREO increases!  We provide consultations, workshops and ethical reviews of projects. Email Natalie today with any questions! natalie@communitybasedresearch.ca    

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Community Research Ethics Office (CREO) video

Community Research Ethics Office (CREO) video

  Community Research Ethics Office (CREO) video CREO has produced a new video about the work that we do.  It had its’ debut at CUExpo2013 and is now posted on youtube.  Look at this informative video and learn about how the Community Research Ethics Office can help community members and organizations. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2ohEND12uE

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