This week's webinar is entitled "Where's the REB GPS? Navigating the Research Ethics Review System for Research Involving Aboriginal Peoples" and will be presented by Julie Bull of the University of New Brunswick and NunatuKavut Community Council. Current changes to the governance of research involving Aboriginal peoples has left some researchers confused and unsure how to proceed in the right way when working with Aboriginal communities. This webinar will provide an overview of the complexities of research ethics for research involving aboriginal peoples within the current Canadian structure and offer suggestions of how to navigate the system for students and junior researchers. This webinar will give a summary of current practices and provide recommendations about how to meaningfully engage communities in research.

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