Tag: Survey

Tell us your thoughts on housing for folks living with HIV!

image by Gabe Boothroyd, The Mainlander, May 31, 2016 The Positive Living, Positive Homes (PLPH) study invites people with experience in the HIV and housing sectors in Greater Vancouver to complete a short online survey. We are particularly interested in hearing from people living with HIV, health and social service providers who work with HIV-positive… Read more »

The C3Q Survey Individuals living with HIV often express concerns about how they think, feel, and function in everyday life.  A team of researchers at McGill University has partnered with HIV community-based programs to develop the C3Q study (Communicating Cognitive Challenges in HIV Questionnaire).  The first phase of this study focused on identifying aspects of… Read more »

Survey: Vaccines for people living with HIV

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!  Complete our 8 minute survey and be entered to WIN 1 of 3 Visa Cards—to be used anywhere that accepts Visa.  If you are HIV + and living in British Columbia we would love your opinion.  There is a new vaccine recommended and free for people living with HIV in… Read more »

The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network needs your input

The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network wants your feedback to measure our past successes and direct future efforts to better serve our communities. Please take a few moments to fill out this survey and share with us your ideas for a stronger Legal Network. Please note the survey deadline is May 14 – but we’re already standing… Read more »

Sex Now Survey 2014-2015!

The Next Generation This year, Sex Now is probing the range of experiences that end up affecting health in various ways through several generations of gay and bisexual men. As you might already realize, your current health status is rooted in your personal slice of history. Join thousands of others across Canada and help us… Read more »

Canadian AIDS Society survey on rural and remote HIV services

The Canadian  AIDS Society has launched a survey to gather information about rural and remote HIV services. The purpose of this survey is to learn more about the needs of agencies, organizations and programs that deliver HIV/AIDS services to people living in rural and remote regions of Canada. They hope that the insights gleaned from… Read more »

HIV and Aging Survey for Community-Based Organizations

HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION COMPLETED THE “HIV & AGING” SURVEY? Your organization is invited to take part in a national SURVEY about programming and services for people over age 50 living with HIV/AIDS in Canada.  View the recruitment flyer here. Surveying clinics, community health centres, community-based and AIDS Service Organizations across Canada, will provide useful information… Read more »

PHCN Practitioner Survey – INVITATION

This fall, the Pacific Hepatitis C Network (PHCN)  embarked on a Core Program and Service Planning Project. To develop an effective Core Program and Services, we need to learn what is important to you in your work (direct or indirect) with people living with or at-risk for hepatitis C.  Our needs assessment process includes surveys,… Read more »

Youth and HIV: The Issues Survey

REACH’s Youth and HIV Working Group, established at the 2011 REACH100 Meeting, is seeking input into our survey, Youth and HIV: The Issues. Our objective with this survey is to determine which issues related to youth and HIV are most pressing from the perspective of researchers, frontline service providers, and youth themselves. We will use… Read more »

Dear Colleagues, I am forwarding a request from CIHR for you to complete a CBR program evaluation survey. As your advocate for HIV/AIDS Community-Based research (CBR) in BC I would be remiss by not informing you that in my opinion the survey is heavily biased to provide “evidence” to re-allocate funds from the existing CBR… Read more »