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Join What’s Hot with Peer Researchers on September 28

Join host James Watson on Wednesday, September 28th (2:00) for the 15th edition of What’s Hot with Peer Researchers: Close for Comfort – Reflections on illness, death, dying and grief. Working as peer researchers and with peer researchers brings closeness…
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Rapid Response: Improving healthcare providers’ face-to-face interactions with clients living with or at-risk for HIV

What face-to-face interventions have proven effective in helping providers educate clients and improve their health literacy?
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Registration Open for Both HIV Endgame Conferences

The OHTN is pleased to announce that it will be hosting two research conferences this fall.
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Successful new smoking cessation intervention for people living with HIV

Researchers in Ottawa have released the results of a new smoking cessation intervention tailored to the needs of people living with HIV.
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OHTN Launches New Research Chairs Focused on HIV Health Services

Ontario’s HIV/AIDS Strategy to 2026 (to be launched this fall) emphasizes the need for tailored, integrated health services for populations most affected by HIV. To help achieve the goals of that strategy, OHTN is funding three new Applied HIV Research…
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Positive Spaces wins 2016 Robert Carr Research Award

The Positive Spaces Healthy Places study has won the 2016 Robert Carr Research Award. The five-year longitudinal study documented the impact of housing on both the physical and mental health-related quality of life for people living with HIV. The OHTN…
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OHTN Research Leadership Series 2016

The Ontario HIV Treatment Network is proud to announce the OHTN Research Leadership Series 2016: For Research with Real Life Impact. There will be three lectures this spring: Dr. LaRon Nelson will speak about the implementation of high-impact, field-based (Hi-Fi) …
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Rapid Response #107: Impact of successful hepatitis C treatment on quality of life

This review examines the impact of successful HCV treatment (i.e. achieving SVR) on health-related quality of life taking into consideration rapidly evolving HCV treatment regimens.
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