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Monday, January 28 • 11:00 - 12:15
202: Practitioner-Based Research: How to Get It Done!

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Practitioner-based research (PBR) helps our field by identifying best practices, sharing innovative ideas, and demonstrating to our stakeholders that our work is effective. In this session, the CCPA Career Counsellors Chapter Executive will provide resources on structuring PBR, introduce our organization’s grant that could help fund your project, and lead small group discussions to further develop your research ideas.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Increased awareness of the importance of practitioner based research
  • Obtained access to resources on structuring practitioner research projects
  • Developed their ideas for a practitioner-based research project

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Teresa Francis

Owner - Past President of the Career Counsellors Chapter, Teresa Francis Consulting - CCPA Career Counsellors Chapter
Teresa Francis is a career counsellor and a consultant in career development and RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning). She is the immediate Past President of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) Career Counsellors Chapter.  
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Rebecca Hudson-Breen

Assistant Professor - President of the Career Counsellors Chapter, University of Alberta - CCPA Career Counsellors Chapter
Dr Rebecca Hudson Breen, Assistant Professor in Counselling Psychology at the University of Alberta, conducts research on the relational contexts of career, and career and addictions. She is President of the CCPA Career Counsellor's Chapter.
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Jessica Isenor

Past President, CCPA Career Counsellors Chapter
Jessica Isenor is a Past President of the CCPA Career Counsellors Chapter. During her term the chapter launched the Practitioner Research Grant to encourage career practitioners to conduct research to establish their own evidence-based practices.

Monday January 28, 2019 11:00 - 12:15 EST
Room | Salle 202