The Black People’s Experiences with Anti-Black Racism in the Canadian Healthcare System research is focused on collecting community stories of African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) people’s experiences in the Canadian healthcare system, the impact it has had on them and their overall health.
The stories and participation will provide a deeper understanding of anti-Black racism and the challenges faced by ACB in accessing healthcare in Canada but also strategies of resistance and wellness.
This research is being conducted by Professor. Sume Ndumbe-Eyoh and has been reviewed and approved by the University of Toronto Research Ethics Board.
- Must be 18 years of age or older
- Must speak and understand English
- Must self-identify as Black
- Must have accessed health services in Canada
- Must reside in the provinces of Manitoba, Nova Scotia, and Ontario
- Must be able to participate in an in-person, videotaped interview (30-60 minutes) if selected
- A 30 – 60 minute video interview where the participant will be asked about their experience with the Canadian healthcare system
- All participants will receive a $50 gift card
The recruitment poster for this research study is attached. To learn more about BHEC, please visit our website www.bhec.ca
If you would like to participate in the Black People’s Experiences with Anti-Black Racism in the Canadian Healthcare System research study or have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org