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Like many other organizations, the OHTN is looking forward to CAHR 2015. Our scientists and researchers will be presenting on a wide range of topics in the social sciences, the clinical sciences, and epidemiology and public health. Read more for information on our Program Science ancillary event and a full list of OHTN presentations.
The eighth North American Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit will be held September 14th through 16th, 2015, in Washington, DC. The scope of Summit VIII is expanded to include the full range of social drivers of HIV, including poverty, housing status, food security, employment, incarceration, race/ethnicity, behavioral health issues, stigma and intimate partner violence.
In 2015-16, we will be partnering with organizations from our stakeholder communities to recruit exceptional research leaders.
Announcing the St. Michael’s HIV Rounds for April! Please click through to view the full schedule.
This month, OHTN has launched a new award that recognizes the contributions of people who we call Policy and Practice Leaders. Our first two Policy and Practice Leadership Awards go to Dr. Colin Kovacs and Dr. Alan Li.
Indigenous Learning Pathways to Prevention is a new OHTN pilot project inviting applications from Indigenous post-secondary students working with an Indigenous health or community agency. Read More…
Positive Spaces, Healthy Places: HIV, Housing and Health Research in Action is the culmination of ten years of research and the first initiative in Canada to examine the relationship between housing and health for people living with HIV. Results from Positive Spaces, Healthy Places demonstrate that people living with HIV in unstable and unsafe housing…
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