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The community-based research project Women Under Surveilllance: Mapping Criminalization’s Creep into the Health and Social Care of Women Living with HIV is hiring 4 peer research associates — 1 in British Columbia, 1 in Saskatchewan and 2 in Ontario, one in Toronto and one in Thunder Bay. JOB DEFINITION: PRAs are women living with HIV… Read more »

Welcome to the Pacific AIDS Network’s spring review of What’s HOT in HIV Research! In this edition we are going to take a look at contributions made by the PAN team to the Canadian Association for HIV Research (CAHR) 2015 Conference in Toronto, which was held in April. Invaluable Lessons: Compensating Peer Research Associates in… Read more »

Thursday, May 21st @2:00pm EST “What’s hot with Peer Research Associates (PRAs) in Canada” opens a conversation about community based research that has people living with HIV as main protagonists. Episode 6: “Who Needs Boundaries When You Have Methods?” Does method affect boundaries or do boundaries affect methods? No one knows more about this than… Read more »

Wednesday, April 8th @2:00pm EST It’s show time! Join the 5th edition of our online talk show “What’s hot with PRAs in Canada” for peer researchers and those who work with them.   Our host: James Watson from the Ontario HIV Treatment Network and contributor to the unique online resource The Learning Place where everybody can… Read more »

The Learning Exchange for AIDS Peer Researchers (LEAP),  invites you to the 3rd edition of “What’s hot with PRAs in Canada”, our online educational series for PRAs and those who work with PRAs, on Wednesday, December 3rd from 2pm – 3pm EST.  Facilitated by James Watson from the OHTN, the theme from this session is “Supporting HIV Positive… Read more »

Online Session: What’s hot with PRAs in Canada part 2

The Learning Exchange for AIDS Peer Researchers (LEAP) is excited to invite you to the 2nd edition of “What’s hot with PRAs in Canada”, their online educational series for PRAs and those who work with PRAs, on Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 from 1:00 pm – 2:00 PM EST. The first one was a great success attended by… Read more »

The Aboriginal HIV & AIDS Collaborative Centre and the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network is a dedicated, CAAN-led team of investigators that will advance Aboriginal community-based HIV & AIDS research that benefits Aboriginal Peoples in Canada as well as international Indigenous populations. The AHA Centre fosters an innovative environment striving for scientific excellence and trust where… Read more »

CHIWOS: Research Participants Needed

Canada’s largest research study by, with and for women living with HIV wants to hear from you! The CHIWOS study is enrolling over 1500 women living with HIV across BC, ON and QC, and is conducting transformational research on the impact of women-centred HIV care on sexual, reproductive, mental, and other women’s health outcomes. The study involves answering… Read more »

The BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS and McLaren Housing Society of BC are undertaking a two-year, mixed-method evaluation of McLaren’s Howe Street residential program to determine the impact of a supportive housing intervention on HIV treatment outcomes. They are currently seeking two Peer Research Associates (PRAs) to provide administrative and research support and facilitate… Read more »

CHIWOS Study hiring Peer Research Associates

The BC CHIWOS (Canadian HIV Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Cohort Study) Team is officially transitioning to the second phase of CHIWOS, the national survey phase, where they plan to enroll 350 women living with HIV from across British Columbia into their study beginning in May 2013. In anticipation of roll-out in May, they are now initiating a… Read more »

Application deadline: February 15, 2013 The REACH CBR Collaborative Centre in HIV/AIDS aims to foster rigorous, relevant community-based resarch that will improve the health and well-being of people affected by HIV in communities across Canada. While the Centre is national in scope, it aims to be highly responsive to provincial and regional needs through regional… Read more »

Job Posting – Peer Research Associate Position

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… Read more »