Tag: peer researcher

Our colleagues at the OHTN have launched two exciting education initiatives that will help build capacity in the field of community based HIV/AIDS research. The first is entitled the Learning Exchange for HIV/AIDS Peer Researchers (LEAP). LEAP provides high-quality, interactive and educational modules to support the work of peer researchers. LEAP collaborates with both community… Read more »

Job Posting: Peer Research Associate Position

McMaster University, the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN), and the National Aboriginal Housing Association (NAHA) are seeking a Peer Research Associate (PRA) in Toronto for the Stable Homes, Strong Families: Housing and Health for Aboriginal Peoples Living with HIV and AIDS research project. This project will help identify and work toward describing housing options that… Read more »

  POSITION TITLE: Peer-Research Associate (PRA) Training Consultant CLASSIFICATION: Part-time, Temporary (approximately 15-25 hours per week from January-May and then 5-10 hours per week from June-December 2013, with hours required varying by month) The PRA Training Consultant will help create and deliver a multi-phase CHIWOS PRA training plan for the national CHIWOS study. The training… Read more »

5 Questions with Peer Researcher Andrew Beckerman

Andrew has worked on various projects with PAN. Andrew Beckerman is a retired architect who lives in Victoria, BC, and has been HIV+ since 1980. He credits being alive today to his participation in the first Crixivan® trial. He has served on various Boards. Andrew came to Canada from the US where he was engaged… Read more »