“Working with PRAs: supervision, management, coordination or professional friendship?” Offered participants the opportunity to discuss the detail of the complex and delicate work of building relationships, collecting data and administering research studies with peer researchers. Our guests will included three community-based research co-ordinators who work closely with peer researchers. They offered insights into their unique perspective.
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British Columbia Research Coordinator for CHIWOS (the Canadian HIV Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Cohort Study)
Community-based researcher and the coordinator on the PROUD Study (Participatory Research in Ottawa: Understanding Drugs)
Coordinator, Community-Based Research/Peer Training, Ontario HIV Treatment Network