Inclusion Research Handbook

Funding: Echo: Improving Women’s Health in Ontario, a former agency of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

The Inclusion Research Handbook discusses the background of Inclusion Research and provides a practical guide to conducting this method of community-based research. Developed by OWHN and our Count Us In! project partners, Inclusion Research is conducted by and for women who experience marginalization to ensure their voices inform the development of health policy, programs and research. At the centre of this methodology are Inclusion Researchers, women who receive training to participate in all aspects of the research, including project design, data collection and analysis and knowledge translation.