Research involving Indigenous People requires true community engagement, which takes time, a commitment, and an understanding of the history of Indigenous peoples' experience with research.
In light of this, this presentation will highlight important aspects of "doing research in a good way" with Indigenous People and will focus on the ethical guidelines found in Chapter 9: "Ethics regarding working with Indigenous people" in the Tri-Council Policy Statement on Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS2).
Sherri Pooyak, Co-Chair of the Health Research Ethics Board for Island Health; Community-Based Research Manager at Aboriginal HIV and AIDS Community-Based Research Collaborative Centre
-To understand the ethical considerations of engaging with Indigenous communities.
-To understand the role of Health Research Ethics Boards in community-based research collaborations.
Part of Island Health’s Knowledge-to-Action Month 2018 – showcasing the importance of putting evidence into practice to improve care and outcomes.