Research Seminar: Respect Research with Amy Shawanda
This seminar will address the ethical implications of Indigenous research methodology principles on the establishment and maintenance of research relationships with Indigenous communities. The significance of fostering meaningful engagement with Indigenous communities cannot be overstated in the context of enhancing health and well-being. I will discuss how Indigenous strength-based research methodologies generate innovative research that improves services for Indigenous people.
Seminar title: Respect Research
Speaker: Amy Shawanda
When: Friday October 6, 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm.
Where: hybrid, in-person attendees will be hosted in the Indigenous Space at 5858, chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges (second floor)
Research Seminar Series
Every month, a research seminar is held at the Department of Family Medicine, where we feature visiting researchers from other universities, or departments, and showcase the work of our own researchers. The seminars are attended by our graduate students, researchers and clinicians, and are open to the whole McGill community. They address a wide range of research methods and topics relevant to primary health care, and provide opportunity for interaction and exchange with the speakers. The Research Seminars are Fridays at around noon.