October 27, 2022
Engaging Bereaved Parents in Substance Use Research and Drug Policy Reform
October 27, 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. Eastern
Fall E-Learning Series: Celebrating Community-Based Research Excellence
Join CBPCanada this Fall for the monthly e-Learning series showcasing recipients of CBRCanada's 2021 and 2022 Community-Based Research Excellence Awards.
This webinar and follow-up live discussion will reflect on findings from the "Mother's stories of advocacy following their child's substance passing" project. The participatory research project was conducted in 2017 by a research team consisting of university academics and representatives of community groups Moms Stop the Harm (MSTH), mumsDU, and The Voice of the Family. Presenters will reflect on the role of research team members, the benefits and challenges of partnership and key insights on the meaningful inclusion of family members as key stakeholders in substance use research and drug policy reform. Following the presentation, CBRCanada will facilitate a live discussion to explore implications for practice.
- Rebecca Haines-Saah, Associate Professor, Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary
- Petra Schulz, Co-Founder, Moms Stop the Harm
- Heather Morris, RN, PhD Health Services & Policy Research, School of Public Health, University of Alberta
As a CBRCanada member institution, Michigan State University faculty, staff, and students are welcome to participate in this event.