Tag: CBR

Launch of the CHIWOS National Newsletter!

On behalf of the National Management Team, we are excited to launch the very first CHIWOS National Newsletter! You can access the Newsletter in English or French by clicking on the respective image below (Ctrl +click), or by downloading the attached PDF. Please feel free to share the Newsletter and distribute it widely through your… Read more »

What is the CIHR CBR Collaborative? The CIHR CBR Collaborative (a program of REACH) is a vibrant and sustainable national network fostering rigorous, relevant community-based research that will improve the health and well-being of people affected by HIV/AIDS across Canada. In order to strengthen regional partnerships and community voice, the CBR Collaborative conducts regional consultations to identify research and CBR capacity-building… Read more »

  Questionnaire: CIHR HIV/AIDS Research Initiative Strategic Plan (2015-2020)/Sondage au sujet du plan stratégique de l’Initiative de recherche sur le VIH/sida des IRSC (2015-2020)              *Le français suit l’anglaisDear: HIV/AIDS stakeholders, We need your input! The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) HIV/AIDS Research Initiative is developing a new strategic plan for 2015-2020 and we… Read more »

Moving Mountains will bring together a diverse group of people who are interested in working together to address HIV/AIDS in northern British Columbia through community based research. The conference will begin with a free community event that will be open to the public on the eveniing of June 17. We invite anyone interested in HIV… Read more »

The ​Aboriginal HIV and AIDS Community-Based Research Collaborative Centre (AHA Centre) has launched a new Research Proposal Development Program. The purpose of the program is to assist Aboriginal communities, Aboriginal AIDS service organizations, and Aboriginal students interested in carrying out a research project, but who do not have the resources (human and/or financial) to prepare… Read more »

National Food Security Study: Initial BC Findings

The Food Security Study is a national community-based research study that examined the impact of food security on health outcomes of people living with HIV in Quebec, Ontario, and British Columbia. This study was community-led and took place in multiple sites across the province. There were 328 HIV-positive people in BC who were interviewed by… Read more »

From CATIE: Top 10 HIV and Hep C Research News from 2013

Original posted on CATIE. Top 10 HIV and Hep C Research News from 2013 What were the most notable HIV and hepatitis C research stories from 2013? We’ve listed the top 10 stories from CATIE News below.   1. New evidence-based approaches to HIV and hepatitis C From national guidelines for HIV testing to best… Read more »

June 7, 2013 Feature: Search Pyramids from the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools. [REGISTER HERE] 1pm EDT (10am PDT) Need a faster, more efficient way to find high quality research evidence? Searching online for research evidence can be frustrating.  Searching can take a lot of time and may not produce the results you… Read more »