In this video, Javeed Sukhera (Associate Professor of Psychiatry/Paediatrics, Scientist, Centre for Education Research & Innovation Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University) discusses his research on Making the invisible visible: Exploring explicit, implicit, and structural stigma for people who inject drugs within a hospital environment
You can also read more coverage of Susana Caxaj’s research here:
Research explores state of migrant worker protections (Western News)
Migrant worker research (CBC Windsor)
Does the seasonal agricultural worker program protect workers? (CBC London)
The next Community Research Incubator is on Monday, January 27, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM at the Fox and Fiddle. A full description and sign up form for the session are available here.
So far, the discussion topics that have brought forward include…
– The landscape, challenges, and opportunities of affordable housing in London
– Mental health and addiction
– Picking up the previous event’s discussion on integrating equity and diversity into organizations
– Supporting newcomer elementary and secondary school students
– Rural inequities
If any of these issues resonate with your work or interests, please be sure to join us on January 27.
Do you have an item to bring forward? Possible topics include…
– Ideas for future research or collaborations?
– Identified problems, gaps or issues in the community?
– Nascent plans in need of additional partners?
– Questions to bring forward for community input?
– Finding a ‘sounding board’ for new proposals or strategies?
– An idea for a research or evaluation project?
We are hiring a Research Coordinator to support CRHESI’s involvement on multiple research projects, while also developing new research opportunities. Given the large number of projects within the CRHESI ecosystem, the Research Coordinator ensures that project agreements are developed congruent with CRHESI’s desired role on the project, that CRHESI is appropriately engaged in projects that include full partnership, and that CRHESI is involved with newly developing projects. The overall role of the Research Coordinator is to support CRHESI in the high achievement of research outcomes including both valuable contributions and volume of outputs.
To view the full job description or apply, please visit recruit.uwo.ca and search for job number 18130. Posting closes on January 8, 2020.
Thank you for circulating this opportunity to relevant networks and for sharing this notice with potentially interested candidates.
In this video, Debbie Laliberte Rudman (School of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, Western University) presents a public talk entitled Re-imagining Problem and Solution Frames: Beyond the Individualization of Unemployment. (Recorded at the City Symposium held at the Aeolian Hall on September 16, 2019.)