© 2019 by Elizabeth Cooper. 

Knowledge Exchange

Products and Reports

Reviewed by Community Prior to Dissemination

Cooper, E.J., Hale, C., The Fraser Valley Métis Association. (November, 2018) From a Dream to a Reality: 2018 Health and Culture Métis Camp. A 5 minute Video developed to disseminate information about the vision and roll-out of the summer camp to an adult audience. *Reviewed by the Fraser Valley Métis Association Executive Committee.

 

Cooper, E.J. (September, 2018) “Métis people are special” reflections by children. Poster for community dissemination of research findings. *Reviewed by members of the Fraser Valley Métis Association at a community gathering.

Cooper, E.J., The Fraser Valley Métis Association. (September, 2018) Métis Camp. This 6 minute Video was developed to disseminate preliminary results with an intended audience of 8 years and up. *Reviewed by the Fraser Valley Métis Association Executive Committee and the camp committee.

 

Cooper, E.J., (2017, June) “Girls Night Out”. This 5 minute video provides a summary of key concepts emerging from my doctoral dissertation “Envisioning Futures” through the words of participants. *Reviewed by research participants.

 

Cooper, E.J., Morton, D. (2016, April) An introductory guide to creating videos: Lessons learned from “Honoring the Voices: 40 years of First Nations, Metis and Inuit Health Research in Manitoba Project”. Manitoba First Nations Centre for Aboriginal Health Research, University of Manitoba. This 48 page lay document provides straightforward tips, tricks and discussion to guide researchers from the conception to the dissemination phase of video production as a way to highlight research results in a meaningful way. *Reviewed by the University of Manitoba videography department, archives department, and librarian in charge of Indigenous health collection.

Cooper, E, J. (2016, March; 2015 October; 2015, December 2015). “Girls night out: What we learned session 1/2/3”. Project Book (50 pages in length) for adult participants who were part of the project “Envisioning Futures”, outlining specific research activities and research findings from each session. *Reviewed by study participants.

 

Cooper, E.J. (2016, March; 2015 October; 2015, December 2015). “Your Mom loves you so much”. 24 Individualized book written specifically for each family (8-12 year old girls and female caregivers) participating in “Envisioning Futures”, written at a targeted literacy level with key findings from the research project pertaining specifically to each family. *The books in October 2015 were reviewed by members of the Manitoba Metis Federation- Health and Wellness Department. Subsequent books were not reviewed prior to dissemination, although recipients were told changes could be made if they wanted.

 

“Honoring the Voices: 40 years of First Nations, Metis and Inuit Health Research in Manitoba Project”. (2015). Oversaw the development of six documentary videos. Centre for Aboriginal Health Research at the University of Manitoba.  *Reviewed by members of the Honouring the Voices advisory committee, comprised of academic and non-academic, Indigenous and non-Indigenous people involved in community health research.

 

"Honoring the Voices: 40 years of First Nations, Metis and Inuit Health Research in Manitoba Project”. (2015). Oversaw the development 9 large displays for the Centre for Aboriginal Health Research at the University of Manitoba highlighting research findings for a traveling exhibit. *Reviewed by members of the Honouring the Voices advisory committee, comprised of academic and non-academic, Indigenous and non-Indigenous people involved in community health research.

 

“Honoring the Voices: 40 years of First Nations, Metis and Inuit Health Research in Manitoba Project”. (2015). Oversaw the design of a mixed-media platform website for the Centre for Aboriginal Health Research at the University of Manitoba to highlight research findings. *Reviewed by members of the Honouring the Voices advisory committee, comprised of academic and non-academic, Indigenous and non-Indigenous people involved in community health research.

 

Cooper, E.J. (December, 2015). Girls Night out Board Game. This was an innovated tool designed with input from research participants to teach about safety and risk management using a culturally appropriate, family oriented design. *Reviewed by research participants.

 

Maier, R., Cooper, E.J., Driedger, S.M. (2012) Report on the pandemic H1N1: Response of the Manitoba Metis Federation. Evaluation report prepared for the Manitoba Metis Federation. *Reviewed by the Manitoba Metis Federation-Health and Wellness Department.

 

Cooper, E.J and Driedger, S.M (2011) Activity and colouring sheet pH1N1 discussion/dissemination tool distributed to over 1000 people. *Reviewed by the Manitoba Metis Federation-Health and Wellness Department.

 

Cooper, E.J. and Driedger, S.M. (2011) Risk and trust in decision-makers: H1N1 and Metis experiences. Colour pamphlet describing CIHR funded research project and summarizing key findings from focus groups. *Reviewed by the Manitoba Metis Federation-Health and Wellness Department

 

Driedger, S.M. and Cooper, E.J. (2011). FAQs around H1N1 of focus group participants with answers. *Reviewed by community members in Garden Hill First Nation and Dr. Michael Routledge.

 

Cooper, E.J. (2010) “Never Say Die”: Remembering the history of health and healing in Aklavik. Community Dissemination Report. *Reviewed by members of the Aurora Research Institute.

 

Reports and Knowledge Mobilization (other review)

 

Cooper, E.J., (2018, May) @Risk mammography screening winter report: Motivated reasoning and decision making contexts. Developed for Strengthening Canada’s Ability to Manage Risk, Institute of Science, Society and Policy. Ottawa, ON. 9 *Reviewed by the advisory committee for the @Risk project comprised of academic and non-academic stakeholders.

Cooper, E.J., (2017, December) @Risk mammography screening public values and public input. Developed for Strengthening Canada’s Ability to Manage Risk, Institute of Science, Society and Policy. Ottawa, ON. *Reviewed by the advisory committee for the @Risk project comprised of academic and non-academic stakeholders.

Cooper, E.J., (2017, September) @Risk mammography case study. Developed for Strengthening Canada’s Ability to Manage Risk, Institute of Science, Society and Policy. Ottawa, ON. *Reviewed by the advisory committee for the @Risk project comprised of academic and non-academic stakeholders.

Cooper, E.J., (2017, September) @Risk vaccine hesitancy case study. Developed for Strengthening Canada’s Ability to Manage Risk, Institute of Science, Society and Policy. Ottawa, ON. *Reviewed by the advisory committee for the @Risk project comprised of academic and non-academic stakeholders.

Cooper, E.J., (2017, April) “Hope”. Unveiled. College of Medicine Art Show, University of Manitoba. This is a photography piece with photographs and quotes from my PhD dissertation project “Envisioning Futures” was on exhibit as part of the art show depicting issues around mental health. This product was viewed by over 3 000 people.

Cooper, E.J. (2016, February). Barriers and facilitators of early childhood immunization: A Qualitative Report. Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. Winnipeg, MB.

 

Cooper, E.J. (2013) Anzac Day review. The development and production of a scoping review for internal use with “Identity and wellbeing in Aotearoa New Zealand” Marsden funded research grant at Te Ropu Whariki, Massey University, New Zealand.

 

Cooper, E.J. (April, 2011). CIHR International Disease and Global Health Training Program. Community Matters Newsletter, Community Health Sciences.

 

Driedger S.M., Kothari, A., Morrison, J., Crighton, EJ., Graham, ID., Zahab, M., Morrison, J., Swada, M. Cooper, E., Zahab, M. (2010) The Ontario Early Years Mapping Project (EYEMAP): A summary report of project findings for the Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services. Lay Report. *Reviewed by the EYEMAP advisory committee.