Call for health researchers: Help increase diversity in health research in BC!

on August 27, 2021
Call for health researchers: Help increase diversity in health research in BC!

Update: We are happy to report that evaluation of the modules is complete and the modules are open to the public. Are you interested in learning about how to meaningfully engage with patient partners from diverse backgrounds? 

View the Tapestry Modules!

Have knowledge or resources to share? Interested in creating your own Tapestry? You can add your own content or ask questions by completing this Qualtrics form. We want to hear from you!

Share your Knowledge!

Help test six online educational modules using the Tapestry Tool – a new interactive learning platform!

About the study

Online platforms offer a convenient, cost-effective and enjoyable way to learn about health research. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the impact of educational modules about supporting diverse people and communities to engage in health research in BC, delivered on a novel e-learning platform.

Can I participate?

You may participate in this study if you are a health researcher currently living in British Columbia. Trainees from master levels on, and health professional students are also welcome to participate.

How to participate

The study is now open! You will be asked to complete two questionnaires for this study. Follow this link if you would like more information or to join the study:



The Principal Investigator for this study is Dr. Erin Michalak (@erin_michalak), Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia.

If you have any questions, concerns, or would like any further information about this study, please contact the Research Coordinator, Caden Poh at

This study is supported by the BC SUPPORT Unit (@BCSUPPORTUnit).

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