Category: CBR Musings

Trans Pulse Canada Survey

Trans PULSE Canada is a community-based survey of the health and well-being of trans and non-binary people in Canada. The Trans PULSE Canada team is a majority-trans group of community and academic researchers from across Canada. Together we bring more than 180 person-years of experience on more than 80 community-based research studies. Trans PULSE Canada… Read more »

PAN presents: Positive Living, Positive Homes at CAHR 2019

The 2019 Canadian Association for HIV Research (CAHR) conference was held in Saskatoon in April. As part of our work around community-based research, we presented findings from the Positive Living, Positive Homes study in a poster session. Our poster discussed findings around disclosure and stigma surrounding housing for people living with HIV. To see greater… Read more »

We’re happy to welcome Joanna Mendell, who recently joined the Research and Evaluation department as the Making it Work Research Project Coordinator. Read the Meet the People at PAN series.   What first piqued your interest in the HIV/ hepatitis C  sector? It’s hard to say what first piqued my interest in HIV as it has… Read more »

Get to Know This Great Tool for Reports and More

This blog is to share a cool resource that will allow evaluation findings to be shared in more engaging way. The application of this resource can go beyond evaluations, of course! In thinking about an alternative to a long, boring, 30-page evaluation report, I came across a cool tool called Slidedocs from reading Kylie Hutchinson’s… Read more »

I had the privilege of attending the 51st National Congress on Housing and Homelessness in April 2019, and presenting the findings of Positive Living Positive Homes (PLPH) study (click here for the PLPH presentation and click here for all Congress materials). As housing and homeless was the focus of Congress, rather than HIV, I shared… Read more »

Thanks for checking out our new whiteboard video, “Stigma experiences of people living with HIV in BC”! This whiteboard video was produced so that we could continue sharing findings and engage in knowledge translation for our community-based research study, the BC People Living with HIV Stigma Index. This video will provide a brief overview of… Read more »

Please join the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN) and the AHA Centre on the unceded Territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) Nation for the 2019 Wise Practices and Skills Building Gathering! THEME: New Knowledge. New Skills. New Moon WHEN: August 26-30, 2019 WHERE: Hotel Omni-Royal Montreal 1050 Sherbrooke St W, Montreal, QC H3A 2R6 HOW: more… Read more »