Theron Kramer, Panelist at McMaster CBR Forum

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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Conversations on Community Based Research: Questions about Ethical Research – November 21, 2012

Conversations on Community Based Research: Questions about Ethical Research – November 21, 2012

Are you participating in or conducting research? Are you working with disadvantaged communities? Bring your research ethical dilemmas for discussion on Wednesday November 21, 2012 3:30 to 5:00pm at the Centre for Community Based Research -Please contact 519-741-1318 to register!  See attached flyers for details. Conversation Nov 21 2012 CREO

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CREO Workshop – October 3rd, 2012!

CREO Workshop – October 3rd, 2012!

CREO WORKSHOP A SUCCESS! Recently CREO hosted an Ethics Workshop: Am I Being Ethical in my Treatment of Participants and Communities?  The workshop covered such issues such as: – research ethics principles and guidelines – how to apply ethical principles and guidelines to your research – examples of ethical dilemmas and how to address them […]

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Stay Tuned – CREO is getting a new look!

Stay Tuned – CREO is getting a new look!

CREO will be launching a new website shortly featuring a new look and opportunities to ask questions, make comments and talk ethics!

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Community Research Ethics – Principles and Guidelines

Community Research Ethics – Principles and Guidelines

Please see the attached link for a summary of CREO’s main principles and guidelines that are considered when reviewing projects involving collecting information from people. CREO-PrinciplesandGuidelines

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Community Research Ethics Workshop – May 2012

Community Research Ethics Workshop – May 2012

The Community Research Ethics Office Workshop  CREO WORKSHOP A SUCCESS! Recently CREO hosted an Ethics Workshop: Am I Being Ethical in my Treatment of Participants and Communities?  The workshop covered such issues such as:  – research ethics principles and guidelines – how to apply ethical principles and guidelines to your research – examples of ethical […]

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CREO Annual Report – April 2012

CREO Annual Report – April 2012

The Community Research Ethics Office Annual Report The first year of the Community Research Ethics Office (CREO) has come to a successful end.  The Community Research Ethics Board wishes to express its’ gratitude to all who supported CREO in the initial stages of growth.  Please read the attached Annual Report, created by Bill Marr, Chair of […]

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Workshop – May 28, 2012

Workshop – May 28, 2012

The Community Research Ethics Office Workshops Announcing a new Community Research Ethics Workshop: Am I Being Ethical in my Treatment of Participants and Communities?  The workshop to cover such issues such as: – research ethics principles and guidelines – how to apply ethical principles and guidelines to your research – examples of ethical dilemmas and […]

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New CREO Workshops!

New CREO Workshops!

New CREO Workshops to be offered to the community covering various topics related to ethics in research.  Stay tuned! The first workshop is planned to be ready by May 2012.

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