Community-Based Research Showcase Presentations 2015

Ability and Substance Abuse Issues in Saskatchewan: From Needs Assessment to Building Capacity 
Randy Johner, Gabriela Novotna, Nuelle Novik, Bonnie Jeffery, and Michelle McCaroon, University of Regina

Connecting to the Deep Past in Saskatchewan's Deep South 
Tomasin Playford, Saskatchewan Archaeological Society

Development of the Anonymous Reporting and Third Option Programs 
Melissa Wuerch, University of Regina

Digging Deep: Examining the Root Causes of HIV and AIDS Among Aboriginal Women 
Carrie Bourassa and Natalie Owl, University of Regina, and Carolyn Pelletier, All Nations Hope Network

Fine Arts and Arts Education Resources at Saskatchewan Universities, 1995-2015 
Paul Gingrich, Saskatchewan Arts Alliance

Honouring the Knowledge and Skills of Families (article and presentation
Terri Peterson, Saskatoon Health Region & Faculty of Social Work, University of Regina

Identifying Local Priorities: Newcomer Settlement and Integration 
Carol Brouwers, Regina and Region Local Immigration Partnership

Inclusivity Unmasked 
Randy Johner, Faculty of Social Work; Kelsey Culbert, and the Astonished! Student Researchers

Interpersonal Violence and Abuse and Animal Safekeeping 
Tracy Knutson, STOPS to Violence

Rural and Northern Community Response to Intimate Partner Violence 
Darlene Juschka and Mary Hampton, University of Regina; Tracy Knutson, STOPS to Violence

Saskatchewan Advantage: Preventing Falls in Seniors Receiving Home Care in the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region 
Shanthi Johnson and Shari Caffet, Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit

This is How We Work Together 
Mary Blackstone, Ian McWilliams, and Sam Hage, Saskatchewan Partnership for Arts Research

Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Extremes in the Americas (VACEA) 
Dave Sauchyn, VACEA and University of Regina