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2014

Men who have sex with men (MSM)

HIV, Stigma and Society: Tackling a Complex Epidemic and Renewing HIV Prevention for Gay and Bisexual Men in British Columbia

The Provincial Health Officer’s annual report examines the HIV epidemic in BC among gay and bisexual men, and makes recommendations for renewing HIV prevention in this populatio

The Provincial Health Officer’s annual report examines the HIV epidemic in BC among gay and bisexual men, and makes recommendations for renewing HIV prevention in this populatio

Non-governmental organizations, Civil Society, Healthcare providers

2014

All

Core Competencies for STBBI Prevention

The Canadian Public Health Association worked with communities across Canada, including a National Reference Group, to identify the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviours that enhance prevention activities.

The Canadian Public Health Association worked with communities across Canada, including a National Reference Group, to identify the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviours that enhance prevention activities.

Healthcare providers

2015

Indigenous communities

The Indigenous Red Ribbon Storytelling Study: What does it mean for Indigenous peoples living with HIV and a substance use disorder to access antiretroviral therapy in Saskatchewan?

The Indigenous Red Ribbon Storytelling Study was conducted in part to examine how Indigenous peoples living with HIV construct and understand their experiences accessing antiretroviral therapy.

The Indigenous Red Ribbon Storytelling Study was conducted in part to examine how Indigenous peoples living with HIV construct and understand their experiences accessing antiretroviral therapy.

Non-governmental organizations

2015

All

CTAC TALKS: THE LANGUAGE OF RISK

Shane Patey, Canadian Treatment Action Council Executive Director, considers the implications of how we talk about ‘risk’ when it comes to the burden of HIV/HCV Stigma.

Shane Patey, Canadian Treatment Action Council Executive Director, considers the implications of how we talk about ‘risk’ when it comes to the burden of HIV/HCV Stigma.

Non-governmental organizations, Civil Society

2016

Women, Trans communities

THE TRANS PRIORITIES PROJECT: CROSS COUNTRY TRANS WOMEN AND HIV RESEARCH PRIORITY SETTING

The project brings together trans women to identify our priorities for research around HIV. It is the first step in developing a national Trans Research Program.

The project brings together trans women to identify our priorities for research around HIV. It is the first step in developing a national Trans Research Program.

Non-governmental organizations, Civil Society

2015

People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA), Men who have sex with men (MSM)

Canadian Positive People Network (CPPN)

Provides and overview and information about CPPN, an independent network for and by the people living with HIV and HIV and co-infections in Canada

Provides and overview and information about CPPN, an independent network for and by the people living with HIV and HIV and co-infections in Canada

Non-governmental organizations, Civil Society

2016

People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA), Men who have sex with men (MSM)

Positive Spaces Healthy Places

PSHP is a longitudinal province-wide community-based research initiative implemented by a team of peer researchers to examine housing and health in the context of HIV and to assess the current and projected housing needs of people with HIV in Ontario.

PSHP is a longitudinal province-wide community-based research initiative implemented by a team of peer researchers to examine housing and health in the context of HIV and to assess the current and projected housing needs of people with HIV in Ontario.

Healthcare providers, Government, Non-governmental organizations

2016

Women

Podcast: What’s Hot with Peer Researchers

A one-hour online talk show hosted by Universities Without Walls. This talk show connects guests from across Canada to engage in frank discussions about hot topics, provide updates about research studies, tell all about their experience and share one or two lessons learned.

A one-hour online talk show hosted by Universities Without Walls. This talk show connects guests from across Canada to engage in frank discussions about hot topics, provide updates about research studies, tell all about their experience and share one or two lessons learned.

Government, Non-governmental organizations

2020

Men who have sex with men (MSM)

Un site d’information sur la santé sexuelle s’adressant aux hommes gais, bisexuels, hommes trans ...

An information site on sexual health for men who have sex with men

An information site on sexual health for men who have sex with men

Non-governmental organizations, Civil Society

2018

Individuals living with or at risk of HIV

Hepatitis C Awareness Messages

A video to raise awareness of hepatitic C among Inuit.

A video to raise awareness of hepatitic C among Inuit.

Civil society

2015

Indigenous communities

CAAN APHA Welcome guide

The guide describes the purpose and role of CANN APHA.

The guide describes the purpose and role of CANN APHA.

Non-governmental organizations, Civil Society

2020

All

Agrandir sa famille :
Une introduction à la
planification de la grossesse,
à la maternité de substitution
et à l’adoption pour les
personnes vivant avec le VIH

Cette ressource présente les options qui s’offrent aux personnes
séropositives pour le VIH qui souhaitent avoir des enfants, y
compris la grossesse, la maternité de substitution et l’adoption.
Elle convient aux personnes de tout genre et orientation sexuelle.
Elle expose les stratégies pour prévenir la transmission du VIH au
bébé pour les personnes qui envisagent d’être le parent biologique
d’un enfant. Y figurent également des conseils sur la manière de se
préparer à avoir un enfant.

Cette ressource présente les options qui s’offrent aux personnes
séropositives pour le VIH qui souhaitent avoir des enfants, y
compris la grossesse, la maternité de substitution et l’adoption.
Elle convient aux personnes de tout genre et orientation sexuelle.
Elle expose les stratégies pour prévenir la transmission du VIH au
bébé pour les personnes qui envisagent d’être le parent biologique
d’un enfant. Y figurent également des conseils sur la manière de se
préparer à avoir un enfant.

Non-governmental organizations, Healthcare providers, Civil Society

2020

All

Seven ways to prevent HIV

This short video goes through seven of the
most effective ways to prevent HIV. It
includes PrEP, PEP, HIV treatment, condoms,
types of sex with a lower risk of HIV, using
new drug use equipment and using drugs in
ways with a lower risk of HIV.

This short video goes through seven of the
most effective ways to prevent HIV. It
includes PrEP, PEP, HIV treatment, condoms,
types of sex with a lower risk of HIV, using
new drug use equipment and using drugs in
ways with a lower risk of HIV.

Non-governmental organizations, Healthcare providers, Civil Society

2020

All

Sept façons d’éviter le VIH

Cette brève vidéo renseigne sur les sept façons les plus efficaces de
prévenir le VIH : PrEP, PPE, traitement du VIH, condoms, types
de relations sexuelles avec une moindre transmission du VIH,
utilisation de matériel neuf de consommation de drogues et utilisation
de drogues à faible risque d’infection par le VIH.

Cette brève vidéo renseigne sur les sept façons les plus efficaces de
prévenir le VIH : PrEP, PPE, traitement du VIH, condoms, types
de relations sexuelles avec une moindre transmission du VIH,
utilisation de matériel neuf de consommation de drogues et utilisation
de drogues à faible risque d’infection par le VIH.

Non-governmental organizations, Healthcare providers, Civil Society

2020

All

HIV treatment to Prevent
HIV

This short video explains how HIV treatment works in the body to help
prevent passing HIV to others through sex and drug use.

This short video explains how HIV treatment works in the body to help
prevent passing HIV to others through sex and drug use.

Non-governmental organizations, Healthcare providers, Civil Society

2020

All

Traiter le VIH pour le
prévenir

Cette brève vidéo explique la manière dont le traitement du VIH
opère dans l’organisme et contribue à prévenir la transmission du
VIH aux autres lors de rapports sexuels et de l’utilisation de drogues.

Cette brève vidéo explique la manière dont le traitement du VIH
opère dans l’organisme et contribue à prévenir la transmission du
VIH aux autres lors de rapports sexuels et de l’utilisation de drogues.

Non-governmental organizations, Healthcare providers, Civil Society

2020

All

HIV and Aging

This booklet is for people 50 or older who are
living with HIV, as well as their partners,
family members and caregivers. It looks at
some of the issues that older adults living with
HIV might face and recommends ways to stay
healthy—physically, mentally, emotionally
and sexually. Updates for this edition include
new information on screening tests and
health conditions that can affect older people

This booklet is for people 50 or older who are
living with HIV, as well as their partners,
family members and caregivers. It looks at
some of the issues that older adults living with
HIV might face and recommends ways to stay
healthy—physically, mentally, emotionally
and sexually. Updates for this edition include
new information on screening tests and
health conditions that can affect older people

Non-governmental organizations, Healthcare providers, Civil Society

2020

All

Le VIH et le vieillissement

Ce guide s’adresse aux personnes de 50 ans et plus vivant avec le
VIH ainsi qu’à leur partenaire, les membres de leur famille et leurs
fournisseurs de soins. Il aborde des questions auxquelles pourraient
faire face les adultes âgés vivant avec le VIH et leur propose des façons
de rester en santé—sur le plan physique, mental, affectif et sexuel.
Les mises à jour pour cette édition incluent de nouveaux renseignements
sur les tests de dépistage et les affections médicales pouvant toucher
les personnes âgées.

Ce guide s’adresse aux personnes de 50 ans et plus vivant avec le
VIH ainsi qu’à leur partenaire, les membres de leur famille et leurs
fournisseurs de soins. Il aborde des questions auxquelles pourraient
faire face les adultes âgés vivant avec le VIH et leur propose des façons
de rester en santé—sur le plan physique, mental, affectif et sexuel.
Les mises à jour pour cette édition incluent de nouveaux renseignements
sur les tests de dépistage et les affections médicales pouvant toucher
les personnes âgées.

Non-governmental organizations, Healthcare providers, Civil Society

2020

People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA), People who use drugs

What works: What you need
to know if you have HIV
and inject drugs

This booklet contains easy-to-understand
messages about how to take care of your
health if you have HIV and inject drugs.
Complete with practical tips, this resource is a
great starting point for people who use drugs
who have questions about HIV treatment,
preventing and responding to overdoses, and
managing their health

This booklet contains easy-to-understand
messages about how to take care of your
health if you have HIV and inject drugs.
Complete with practical tips, this resource is a
great starting point for people who use drugs
who have questions about HIV treatment,
preventing and responding to overdoses, and
managing their health

Non-governmental organizations, Healthcare providers, Civil Society

2020

People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA), People who use drugs

Ton kit : Ce qu’il faut savoir
si tu as le VIH et que tu
t’injectes des drogues

Ce livret contient de l’information facile à comprendre sur la façon de
prendre soin de ta santé si tu as le VIH et que tu t’injectes des drogues.
Offrant des conseils pratiques, cette ressource se veut un excellent point
de départ pour les personnes qui s’injectent des drogues et qui ont des
questions au sujet du traitement du VIH, de la façon de prévenir les
surdoses et d’y réagir et de gérer leur santé.

Ce livret contient de l’information facile à comprendre sur la façon de
prendre soin de ta santé si tu as le VIH et que tu t’injectes des drogues.
Offrant des conseils pratiques, cette ressource se veut un excellent point
de départ pour les personnes qui s’injectent des drogues et qui ont des
questions au sujet du traitement du VIH, de la façon de prévenir les
surdoses et d’y réagir et de gérer leur santé.

Non-governmental organizations, Healthcare providers, Civil Society

2020

People who use drugs

Safer Crystal Meth Smoking

This client brochure is for people who use crystal meth or for anyone
who would like more information to support safer crystal meth smoking.
It includes illustrations of the supplies used, tips on safer crystal meth
smoking, mouth care and preventing hepatitis C, and how to recognize
and respond to overamping and overdose.

This client brochure is for people who use crystal meth or for anyone
who would like more information to support safer crystal meth smoking.
It includes illustrations of the supplies used, tips on safer crystal meth
smoking, mouth care and preventing hepatitis C, and how to recognize
and respond to overamping and overdose.

Non-governmental organizations, Healthcare providers, Civil Society

2020

People who use drugs

Fumer du crystal meth de
façon plus sécuritaire

Ce dépliant pour les clients s’adresse aux utilisateurs de crystal meth ou à
toute personne souhaitant obtenir de l’information pour fumer du
crystal meth de façon plus sécuritaire. Il inclut des images des
fournitures utilisées; des trucs pour fumer du crystal meth à moindre
risque, pour prendre soin de sa bouche et prévenir l’hépatite C; et pour
reconnaître et réagir à une situation d’intoxication sévère et à une surdose.

Ce dépliant pour les clients s’adresse aux utilisateurs de crystal meth ou à
toute personne souhaitant obtenir de l’information pour fumer du
crystal meth de façon plus sécuritaire. Il inclut des images des
fournitures utilisées; des trucs pour fumer du crystal meth à moindre
risque, pour prendre soin de sa bouche et prévenir l’hépatite C; et pour
reconnaître et réagir à une situation d’intoxication sévère et à une surdose.

Non-governmental organizations, Healthcare providers, Civil Society

2015

People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA)

Inside & Out Conference: Challenges in Discharge Planning for People Living with HIV

Challenges in discharge planning for people living with HIV.

Challenges in discharge planning for people living with HIV.

Non-governmental organizations, civil society

2007

Indigenous communities

Ajjigijaunngittuq: Addressing the HIV Needs of Inuit in Urban Centres

The directory contains information about the services provided by urban HIV/AIDS organizations, Aboriginal organizations, and other health, medical and social service organizations, and how to access resources in English, French, Inuktitut and Inuttitut, as well as resources in Inuit culture.

The directory contains information about the services provided by urban HIV/AIDS organizations, Aboriginal organizations, and other health, medical and social service organizations, and how to access resources in English, French, Inuktitut and Inuttitut, as well as resources in Inuit culture.

Non-governmental organizations, Civil society

2015

People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA)

No HIV-positive Canadian will ever feel alone again

Exclusive footage from the launch of the Canadian Positive People Network, an independent network for and by Persons Living with HIV/AIDS and HIV co-infections in Canada.

Exclusive footage from the launch of the Canadian Positive People Network, an independent network for and by Persons Living with HIV/AIDS and HIV co-infections in Canada.

Non-governmental organizations, Civil society

2014

All

Factors Impacting Vulnerability to HIV and other STBBIs

The factors impacting vulnerability to HIV and other STBBI are provided to help foster discussion about the factors that impact vulnerability for priority populations.

The factors impacting vulnerability to HIV and other STBBI are provided to help foster discussion about the factors that impact vulnerability for priority populations.

Non-governmental organizations, Civil society, Healthcare providers

2015

Indigenous communities

Overview: Indigenous People and HIV in Ontario

A project by the OHTN’s Indigenous Research Initiative, providing an overview of the HIV epidemic in Ontario

A project by the OHTN’s Indigenous Research Initiative, providing an overview of the HIV epidemic in Ontario

Government, Non-governmental organizations

2014

Indigenous communities

Inside & Out Conference: Providing Care to Indigenous Prisoners in a Good Way

Meagan Fumerton talks about programs and services available to Indigenous people in federal institutions.

Meagan Fumerton talks about programs and services available to Indigenous people in federal institutions.

Government, Non-governmental organizations

2015

Indigenous communities

Positive Spaces, Healthy Places: HIV, Housing and Health Research in Action (2005-2015)

A longitudinal community-based research study designed to better understand the depth and breadth of housing issues faced by people living with HIV in ontario, canada.

A longitudinal community-based research study designed to better understand the depth and breadth of housing issues faced by people living with HIV in ontario, canada.

Government, Non-governmental organizations

2016

People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA)

Community Champions HIV/AIDS Advocates Mobilization Project (CHAMP): Reducing HIV Stigma and Advancing Equity Through Committed Action

A community based intervention research study to address HIV stigma through collective empowerment, capacity building, and community championship. CHAMP evaluated the effectiveness of two stigma-reduction interventions study in reducing HIV stigma: Acceptance Commitment Training and Social Justice Capacity Building.

A community based intervention research study to address HIV stigma through collective empowerment, capacity building, and community championship. CHAMP evaluated the effectiveness of two stigma-reduction interventions study in reducing HIV stigma: Acceptance Commitment Training and Social Justice Capacity Building.

Government, Non-governmental organizations, Civil society

2018

All

CANFAR Annual Reports

CANFAR aims to end the HIV epidemic in Canada by funding innovative research, national awareness programs and dynamic partnerships.

CANFAR aims to end the HIV epidemic in Canada by funding innovative research, national awareness programs and dynamic partnerships.

Donors, stakeholders, Canadian educators and youth

2016

All

Know Your Status

Stopping the spread of HIV Infection and eradicating Hepatitis C in a community-based program – Know Your Status.

Stopping the spread of HIV Infection and eradicating Hepatitis C in a community-based program – Know Your Status.

Civil Society

2016

Indigenous communities, Women

Walking the Red Path

A five year project to develop a sustainable, evidence-based, and culturally relevant HIV and HCV intervention for Indigenous women in four correctional institutions

A five year project to develop a sustainable, evidence-based, and culturally relevant HIV and HCV intervention for Indigenous women in four correctional institutions

Non-governmental organizations, Civil Society

2016

People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA)

The Dr. Peter Centre Evening Program

Aims to increase treatment adherence while improving quality of life and social connectedness for HIV positive gay men, and address food insecurity

Aims to increase treatment adherence while improving quality of life and social connectedness for HIV positive gay men, and address food insecurity

Non-governmental organizations, Civil Society

2018

Indigenous communities

Ikajurniq 2018

An Inuit cascade of care framework for sexually transmitted and blood borne infections

An Inuit cascade of care framework for sexually transmitted and blood borne infections

Government, Non-governmental organizations, Civil Society

2016

All

Sext ED

Montreal's free and confidential texting helpline for questions about sexual health or dating

Montreal's free and confidential texting helpline for questions about sexual health or dating

Non-governmental organizations, Civil Society

2012

All

Health Equity Impact Assessment (HEIA) Tool

The HEIA is used to identify vulnerable and priority populations within a community and to help examine any proposed initiative to determine if it could unintentionally increase and population's vulnerability, specifically to STBBIs

The HEIA is used to identify vulnerable and priority populations within a community and to help examine any proposed initiative to determine if it could unintentionally increase and population's vulnerability, specifically to STBBIs

Government, Non-governmental organizations, Civil Society

2008

Indigenous communities

Inuit Youth Sexual Health Conference

A report on the Stay Informed - Make Responsible Choices Project, designed to empower youth to make healthy, responsible choices about sexual health.

A report on the Stay Informed - Make Responsible Choices Project, designed to empower youth to make healthy, responsible choices about sexual health.

Non-governmental organizations, Civil Society

2006

Women, people who use drugs

Dope Guide: sex work, drugs and other substances

The Dope Guide covers the various drugs that are on the market, and suggests ways to reduce the risks that come with using them

The Dope Guide covers the various drugs that are on the market, and suggests ways to reduce the risks that come with using them

Non-governmental organizations, Civil Society

2018

All

Cell Count

PASAN produces a quarterly bulletin entitled CELL COUNT. Today, PASAN is the only community-based agency in Canada exclusively providing HIV and HCV prevention, education and suport services to prisoners, ex-prisoners and their families. The unique publication is written and edited primarily by prisoners and ex-prisoners themselves.

PASAN produces a quarterly bulletin entitled CELL COUNT. Today, PASAN is the only community-based agency in Canada exclusively providing HIV and HCV prevention, education and suport services to prisoners, ex-prisoners and their families. The unique publication is written and edited primarily by prisoners and ex-prisoners themselves.

Government, Non-governmental organizations, Civil Society

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