Highlights CBI Oct. 2010 Vancouver Conference. CBI Workshop Objectives. Connect team members involved in CBIs Share information about case studies (goals, methods, progress, challenges) Facilitate progress of CBIs not yet underway
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Highlights CBI Oct. 2010 Vancouver Conference
What is research?
How can we change academic culture (research, expertise & merit)?
What fundamental values and principles should inform collaborative research from a community perspective?
How can we help new scholars meet challenges?
What role can IPinCH play in influencing ethics guidelines developed by funding agencies and institutions?
Data and Products
Technical, philosophical, and cultural challenges posed by the ethics process.
We need to define what we mean by ethical & research in a collaborative context.
Complexity of community authentication & representation (e.g. diverse groups, time, authorities)
Ownership and control of data and products (e.g. Indigenous, legal, ethical contexts)
How to best communicate with WGS, other disciplines, public (including international) & community members.
Need to be clear on what voice is speaking & authority to speak (e.g. individual vs. community)
Issue of voice should be raised in CB reports and explained on CBI part of website
The website has great resources but finding other ways to communicate among team members is also important.
What do we mean by respect for parallel processes & how can collaborative projects like IPinCH reflect this?
Steps to maintain relationships when CBI and IPinCH concluded need to be considered.
How to best foster relations with like minded groups