Tag: CTAC

Should Truvada for HIV PrEP be covered under public drug plans? Participate in CTAC’s Patient Group Input Consultation on PrEP and share your experience and perspectives. Webinars: Truvada (TDF/FTC) to reduce the risk of HIV Infection in Adults (PrEP) Register for March 14, 2016, 1-2pm EDT Register for March 15, 2016,  8:30-9:30pm EDT On February… Read more »

Pan-Canadian Pharmacare Pre-Election Campaign Community Toolkit

CTAC is pleased to share with you our new Pan-Canadian Pharmacare Pre-Election Campaign Community Toolkit. This toolkit, created in conjunction with YouthCO, is intended for organizations and individuals who want to support the call to make the need for a national drug plan an election issue. The Toolkit is available in French and English.  To… Read more »

CTAC Patient Input Survey on Sofosbuvir

On October 15, 2013, CTAC conducted a webinar supporting our patient input submission for sofosbuvir, a new NS5B inhibitor to treat hepatitis C. This webinar was just one step you, people with lived experience and service providers can take to support this important patient input submission on sofosbuvir – a medication that stands to change… Read more »

Sofosbuvir Patient Input Webinar – Tuesday, October 15

SOFOSBUVIR PATIENT INPUT WEBINAR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2013, 2PM-3:30PM (EST) In preparation for our role in steering the Common Drug Review patient input submission for Sofosbuvir, a new HCV direct-acting antiviral, to treat HCV that is moving its way through the next steps of the regulatory approval process, we are hosting a national webinar to… Read more »

JOB POSTING – Executive Director – CTAC

ABOUT THE ROLE: The Executive Director is responsible for CTAC’s ongoing achievement of its mission, strategic vision, program goals, and financial objectives; supports the Board of Directors in its governance and organizational development functions; and engages CTAC’s Council and members in the organization’s activities. The Executive Director is responsible for the development and management of… Read more »

Thursday, April 11, 13:00 – 16:30 PST The Westin Bayshore 1601 Bayshore Drive, Vancouver Room: Cypress 2, Level 2 The event is open and no fee is needed to attend. We are seeking service providers and HIV leaders to attend and would ask whether you can circulate this information to your staff, membership and or… Read more »

CTAC National Webinar Series Continues

5 part series presented by members of CTAC’s Co-Infection Facilitator Team Want to learn more about HIV and viral Hepatitis no-infection? Looking to get more involved? Interested in how to integrate research about co-infection into programming? Join for 3 more Tuesdays! February 14, 2pm (ET): Who is living with co-infection? Priority Populations and Community Approaches… Read more »

CTAC National Webinar Series

Want to learn more about HIV and viral Hepatitis co-infection? Looking to get more involved in research? Interested in how to integrate research about co-infection into programming? Join CTAC on the following 5 Tuesdays to build your knowledge about HIV viral Hepatitis co-infection: January 31, 2pm (ET): Research 101: Guiding Principles of Co-infection Research February… Read more »

Enabling Access to Co-infection Treatment: Treatment Update and Models of Care Co-infection Research in Canada: A National Webinar Series 5-part series presented by members of CTAC’s Co-infection Facilitator Team Want to learn more about HIV and viral Hepatitis co-infection? Looking to get more involved in research? Interested in how to integrate research about co-infection into… Read more »

The Canadian Treatment Action Council (CTAC) is currently seeking to identify, train and retain people living with HIV, including those who are Co-infected with viral Hepatitis to participate in a national Facilitator’s Training Program, whereby CTAC trained facilitators will go on to train additional community facilitators to deliver Tools for Access  workshops across Canada. People… Read more »

Want to learn more about HIV and viral hepatitis co-infection? Looking to get more involved in resarch? Interested in how to integrate reserch about co-infection into programming? Join CTAC on Thursdays over the next few months to build your knowledge about HIV and viral hepatitis co-infection. (Click on the poster to view the schedule and… Read more »