The OHTN Policy Exchange series brings together clinicians, policy makers, academics and community to discuss research and practices that have the potential to have an impact on people living with or at risk of HIV. This educational series provides value for participants by:

  • facilitating discussions among researchers, policy makers and practitioners
  • encouraging the dynamic, interactive exchange of knowledge
  • exploring the impact and implications of research findings in the real world
  • promoting evidence-based practice


Upcoming Policy Exchanges

No Policy Exchanges are currently scheduled

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90% of Ontarians believe that society has a moral obligation to administer sympathetic care to people living with HIV, according to a report released by Casey House.

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