Why Choose CI
Resources & Toolkits
This graphic describes the continuum of engagement. It is of historical importance and is contemporarily useful in understanding the ethical commitments and foundations of stakeholder engagement.
This document offers a strategic plan for implementing engagement, including planning through post-engagement follow-up.
This journal article uses the Canadian healthcare context to review the challenges and benefits of engaging older adults in healthcare research and develops a five-stage framework for engagement best practices.
This report offers helpful information about the strategic use of the NHS INVOLVE Framework, highlighting the goals and mission, strategy, and findings of stakeholder engagement.
This framework offers three axes to analyze and strategize stakeholder engagement. It is useful for identifying how people, approach, and environment will influence your work.
This Rubric offers 4 main principles upon which meaningful engagement should be based. It also specifies key areas of consideration, where these principles should be applied.
This framework provides 4 guiding principles for engaged research. It also overviews engagement best practices and concrete examples of those practices in action.
This document offers six standards that characterize meaningful stakeholder engagement. It also describes examples of what it looks like to employ the standards in your work.