Category: Research

How’s your Head? Sexual Identity, Mental Health and Substance Use Call for Submissions: Oral Presentations, Panels, Workshops, Videos, Roundtables, Readings   Summit Date: November 8-10 Location: Simon Fraser University Vancouver Campus, 515 West Hastings, Vancouver, BC   Loneliness, anxiety and depression are no strangers to those of us who have been denied equal status in society. Growing… Read more »

This survey is designed for individuals living with HIV/HCV/STBBIs in Canada who have participated in or may be interested in accessing rehabilitation and wellness services/programs at community-based HIV organizations. Realize would love to hear about your experiences, preferences and needs accessing these services and programs at community-based HIV/HCV/STBBI organizations.  This anonymous survey will help Realize… Read more »

Please complete a short survey on BC Patient Priorities

BC patients and primary care providers invited to shape future research Have you ever been to a family doctor or a walk-in clinic in BC? If so, the British Columbia Primary Health Care Research Network (BC-PHCRN) would like to hear from you. This applies to caregivers too! The PREFeR (PRioritiEs For Research) Project is carrying out… Read more »

  What is LHIVE Healthy? LHIVE Healthy is web-based research conducted across Canada. It aims to evaluate if tailored web-based interventions are effective to help people living with HIV (PLHIV) make healthy choices like smoke less, do more physical activity and eat better. Making such choices helps to reduce the risk of developing other diseases… Read more »

Presenting Community Research with Data Placemats

The Positive Living, Positive Homes study is now in its final phases of knowledge sharing! Over the next several weeks, look on the PAN website and in your PAN e-news for findings from this innovative, community-based research study that’s been active in Prince George, Kamloops, and Greater Vancouver since 2015. Today we present the “data… Read more »

  Researchers from  Dalhousie University and Nine Circles are working on a CIHR-funded study,  Moving Beyond Piloting POCT: A Social Ecological Exploration of Barriers and Facilitators to Scaling up HIV Point-Of-Care Testing (HIV POCT) in Canada. Dr. Jacqueline Gahagan (Dalhouise) and her team devised this study to determine the number of HIV Point-Of-Care (POCT) pilots that were created… Read more »

Cheque Day Study Community Impact Survey

    Share your experience and enter to win a $100 gift card   In British Columbia income assistance is paid once a month to all recipients on the same day, generally the last Wednesday of the month. This day is often known as ‘Cheque Day’. There has been a lot of research, and acknowledgement from… Read more »

Still Here Canada Wide Survey

  Still Here is a Canada wide survey celebrating the resilience of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and two-spirit (LGBTQTS) community. It is administered by the School of Nursing at the University of British Columbia. The survey covers a wide range of topics concerning the mental wellbeing of LGBTQ2S people – including knowledge, attitudes,… Read more »

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… Read more »