"CulturallyConnected provides practical information and tools to enable health professionals to better support the health of children, youth, women, and families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds."
The Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans - Chapter 9 is a framework for ethical conduct of research involving Aboriginal peoples. It is a joint policy of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).
Webinar series targeted to public health professionals, from the University of Toronto Dalla Lana School of Public Health. Includes links to further Indigenous cultural safety modules developed by Cancer Care Ontario.
Modules from the BC SUPPORT Unit with guidance on engaging d/Deaf communities; Immigrant, refugee, racialized, and ethnocultural communities; rural and remote communities; LGBTQ2S+ communities; and disabled communities.
From UBC's Centre for Gender and Sexual Health Equity
Stigma and Resilience among Vulnerable Youth Centre (SARAVYC)"At SARAVYC, we believe in research that makes a difference and focuses on resilience. Since 2006, we’ve been conducting rigorous, cutting-edge, and award-winning research that studies how stigma, discrimination, violence, and trauma affect young people’s health. Our goal is to identify factors that foster youth resilience in spite of stigma."
Interviews with patients and caregivers, produced by UBC Health. Topics covered include: Communication and Relationship Building with Healthcare Professionals; Stigma, Assumptions, and Stereotypes; Chronic Disease; Healthcare Teams; End-of-Life; Healthcare Advocacy; and Substance Use
In addition to search filters for study designs, this resource includes search filters for topics such as adverse effects and quality of life. It also provides information and guidance on how to critically evaluate filters.
Tool to assess equity aspects of research. PROGRESS refers to: Place, Race, Occupation, Gender, Religion, Education, Socioeconomic status, and Social capital; Plus: personal characteristics associated with discrimination; features of relationships; and time-dependent relationships.