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New Research on the Cost-Effectiveness of Community-Based HIV Prevention Programs

New Ontario research has been released about the value of community-based HIV services. The study demonstrates that, from 1987 to 2011, community-based HIV prevention programs averted 16,672 infections and saved the Ontario health care system $6.5 billion.
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The OHTN is seeking three new members for its Board of Directors

We are currently looking for three board members to represent the HIV community. Board members must live in Ontario and be able to attend six Board meetings a year, as well as committee meetings and teleconferences. Submit an application by August 6, 2015.
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New certificate program in community-based research

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The Learning Place for Community-Based Research in HIV/AIDS, in collaboration with York University's Faculty of Education, is pleased to offer a Tools for Community-Based Research certificate program!
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New training videos on HIV and long-term care

Casey House has partnered with The Rekai Centres (a long-term care home) to develop an accessible and inclusive video teaching series about aging, HIV and what care providers need to know.
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Scholarships now available: North American Housing & HIV/AIDS Research Summit VIII

NAHC and the OHTN are pleased to announce that a limited number of scholarships will be available to Summit attendees from the United States and Canada.
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The OHTN Has a New Vision Statement

We’re proud to introduce our new vision statement: Communities thriving today and beyond HIV. In this video, David Hoe, Chair of the OHTN’s Board of Directors, describes how the statement asks us to take a broader view of HIV/AIDS in…
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Inside & Out Conference Report Now Available

The online conference report features text and video summaries of conference presentations as well as additional content gathered from interviews with presenters and outreach workers.
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Rapid Response #94: HIV-related stigma in relation to health care professionals in Canada

What does the Canadian research literature say about HIV-related stigma in relation to health care professionals? In three Canadian studies, people living with HIV described experiencing stigma within a health care setting. However, three other studies found a decrease in HIV-related stigma.
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Project Remember

This month in HIV/AIDS history: Alan Cornwall dies, leaving an important legacy to his friends, family and the AIDS movement in Canada.

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