Still Here Project Seeks Research Participants



Participate in research! If you are a gay, bisexual or queer man living with HIV and have experienced thoughts of killing yourself after your HIV diagnosis, we would like to invite you to participate in the Still Here project.

The Still Here project is a photo based project that aims to dispel the stigma surrounding mental health and suicide within LGBTQ2S+ communities. Still Here also focuses on the need for suicide prevention programs for LGBTQ2S+ communities. Become a part of the conversation and help us end the stigma surrounding mental health and suicide.

Participants will be provided with a $200 honorarium for their time and contribution.

The research is conducted by the Men’s Health Research program at the University of British Columbia in partnership with the Health Initiative for Men and the Pacific AIDS Network.

The funding is provided by the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research, Movember Canada ,and the Canadian Institute for Health Research.

For more information about the study or to participate,

Call: 604-822-2581

Email: [email protected]


NOTEPlease be advised for recruitment, participants must be 19 years or older AND not currently experiencing suicidal thoughts in order to be eligible to participate for the study.