Wednesday, 3 March 2010

ave The Date in March 2010! CBR Hub Cafe Scientifique Event








The BC Mental Health and Addictions Research Network's Community Based Research Hub

Invites you to a Café Scientifique Event:

"Seeds of Change:
Community Based Research in Practice"

Community Based Research (CBR) is gaining recognition as an important tool to address health problems. This event is aimed at connecting the public with those involved with CBR projects, and to stimulate conversation about the value of CBR in mental health and addictions research, the processes and outcomes of CBR projects, and avenues for community participation in CBR.

Please join us for a series of short presentations and conversations about three diverse research projects that have been undertaken in British Columbia in the field of mental health and addictions.

March 4th, 6:00-8:00pm                                               
The Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver, BC (www.therailwayclub.com)

Moderator:
Elana Brief,
Research Scholar, National Core for Neuroethics

Presenters:
Jamie Livingston,
Researcher, BC Mental Health and Addictions Services 
"People with Mental Illness and the Police: Redistributing Power through Research"

Michael Crain,
Knowledge Translation Lead, CREST.BD Team
"Understanding what Recovery Means to People Living with Bipolar Disorder"

Sandra Hale,
Master of Science Rehabilitation (Candidate), University of British Columbia
"Job Accommodations: Perspectives from People with Bipolar Disorder"

Erin Michalak
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, University of British Columbia 
"CBR in Mental Health and Addictions: Opportunities and Challenges"


See attached posters for event details and presenter biographies. Please feel free to forward this email onward and print the attached poster.

For more information or to RSVP please contact Sally McBride: smcbride@phsa.ca or visit www.mhanet.ca/cbr.

We hope to see you there!

Regards, CBR Hub

                               

                                              



--
Dr. Erin E. Michalak
Assistant Professor
CREST.BD team leader: www.crestbd.ca
Postdoctoral Coordinator, FOM, UBC
Mood Disorders Centre
Department of Psychiatry
University of British Columbia
2255 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, V6T 2A1
Tel: 604 827 3393




--
Dr. Erin E. Michalak
Assistant Professor
CREST.BD team leader: www.crestbd.ca
Postdoctoral Coordinator, FOM, UBC
Mood Disorders Centre
Department of Psychiatry
University of British Columbia
2255 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, V6T 2A1
Tel: 604 827 3393