Tag: CIHR

Positive Living, Positive Homes launches new website

The Positive Living Positive Homes research team is pleased to announce the launch of our new study website, www.plphstudy.ca. The website will inform community members about PLPH’s progress and findings. Highlights include a page on on using visual methods, which allows visitors to engage with our “mapping home” activity, and a resources page, which has… Read more »

CIHR features PAN’s Positive Living Positive Homes Study

Writers, philosophers and artists around the globe have tried to capture the feeling of “home”—that psychological state of warmth and security, of familiarity and heart—and even though the feeling may be different for each of us, we can usually agree that “home” is a special place. It’s not surprising, then, that where we live can… Read more »

SFU – The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) has awarded a $6.5-million grant to Simon Fraser University health sciences researcher Robert Hogg. The award is among the CIHR’s inaugural Foundation Grants totaling $409 million. They have been presented to 150 established and new investigators to support a wide spectrum of innovative research programs during… Read more »

We are currently soliciting stakeholder feedback for an updated version of the Canadian HIV-HCV Co-infection Treatment Guidelines.Click here to view the latest draft > Please email [email protected] if you wish to provide the authors with feedback and we will open up those permissions for you on the google document. See more at: http://www.hivnet.ubc.ca/treatment-guidelines/draft/#sthash.h6wMhCr3.dpuf

Researchers at the University of Toronto are seeking individuals to participate in a project aiming to explore and understand the intersection of immigration status and racialization related to the criminalization of HIV in Canada. It asks: What is the significance of immigration status and racialization for the criminalization of HIV non-disclosure in Canada? 

Rethinking ASOs? Project Report Now Available

The community-based response to HIV/AIDS has evolved significantly over the past 30 years. From bake sales to AIDS walks, from kitchen table meetings to board rooms, from helplines to one-stop health centers, and, in some cases, from HIV-only to integrated services, the response to the epidemic itself has shifted. These shifts are due in part… Read more »

Dear: HIV/AIDS stakeholders, The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) HIV/AIDS Research Initiative has drafted a new Strategic Plan for 2015-2020 based on extensive input from a large number of you – our key stakeholders. We want to thank everyone that has contributed to the development of the plan to date and invite all of… Read more »

CBR Musings: What is Program Science?

PAN has had a dynamic and active partnership with the CIHR Centre for REACH in HIV/AIDS since 2011, a partnership that is currently evolving with an exciting new shift to a “program science” approach. REACH is a national partnership of people living with HIV, community-based organizations, front-line service providers, health researchers and federal, provincial and… Read more »

Moving Mountains HIV/AIDS CBR conference report now online

The Community Report from the Moving Mountains: HIV/AIDS Community Based Research Conference, held in Prince George from June 17-19, 2014, is now available. The report captures the main themes of the event and also outlines the results of the evaluation of the conference, including lists of research and capacity building priorities identified by attendees. The… Read more »

CIHR Funding Opportunities for Research: Fall 2014

The Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) funds much of the HIV/AIDS related research in Canada, including community based research. Below is a list of upcoming opportunities related to HIV/AIDS. Please visit the CIHR website for a full list of opportunities as some projects may also be able to apply for different funds. Operating Grant:… Read more »

The Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) funds much of the HIV/AIDS related research in Canada, including community based research. Below is a list of upcoming opportunities related to HIV/AIDS. Please visit the CIHR website for a full list of opportunities as some projects may also be able to apply for different funds. Planning and… Read more »