Making Research Relevant: Reflections from LGBT Community-Academic Partnerships in Ontario

Online Course
$20.00 – List Price
$20.00 – Member/Affiliate Price
CE Credits
1
Exam Items
10
Description
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender individuals face experiences of homophobia and transphobia encouraged by broader social exclusion processes. Such a combination of forces has significant impact on the overall health and emotional well-being of our communities. Community-based participatory research partnerships are a powerful tool for creating positive individual and systemic change. Drawing on Ontario research, Dr. Travers will highlight current issues of concern to sexually and gender diverse communities, share lessons learned from partnership processes, and reflect on their promise for change.      


Part of the APA Online Academy Professional Development Presentation Campus.  

Learning Objectives
  • Appreciate the relative merits of community-based participatory research as an approach to researching and understanding issues of concern for LGBT communities.
  • Comprehend some of current issues of concern to LGBT people emerging out of research from Ontario, Canada.
  • Recognize some of the challenges facing LGBT researchers who establish research relation ships with community partners.
Instructor(s)
Robb Travers, PhD
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