Consultation, Evaluation, and Training

 

Consultation and Evaluation

Got a question?

Our consultation services address your needs– like helping you to develop a strategy, brainstorm ideas, or map your assets and community connections.  We can be via phone, email, Skype or other technology, or we can come to your community to work with you in person.

 

We can help you

  • Design research studies and evaluations that answer local health questions
  • Apply the latest evidence in health and wellness promotion and evaluation
  • Build strong multi-sectoral partnerships
  • Collaborate with across communities
  • Ground your work in Inuit and community perspectives on health, wellness, and resilient communities

 

Let's talk

We prioritize helping Nunavut communities answer local health questions. Our staff stays on top of new research and initiatives and keeps in close touch with a range of networks across many sectors – Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit, Circumpolar health research, government, justice, housing, community services, health, and education.

 

We look forward to hearing from you! Write to us at titiqqaq@qhrc.ca or call 867-975-2476.

 

Training

Workshops

Qaujigiartiit Health Research Centre offers training on proposal-writing, research methods, ethics from an Inuit and community perspective, Inunnguiniq (Inuit parenting perspectives), arts-based research methods, evaluation science, asset mapping, priority- and goal-setting, community development, and healthy public policy.

 

Community engagement and dialogues

We also host community forums on current and emerging topics in health in Nunavut.  We work with our partners to create workshops and events to meet their needs.

 

Program-specific training for community members and students

We provide training for facilitators of the Inunnguiniq Parenting Program, the Makimautiksat Youth Wellness and Empowerment Camp Program, and the school-based Atii! Gameshow Healthy Living Intervention for Nunavut Schools. All of these programs were created by and for Nunavummiut at the Qaujigiartiit Health Research Centre from a robust body of evidence and piloted over several year. We also collaborate with the Nunavut Arctic College to provide special lectures on research methods, health research in Nunavut, Inunnguiniq Parenting Program, and other topics as needed.

 

For more information on workshops and learning opportunities, contact us at titiqqaq@qhrc.ca.

 

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