Rapid Response service
The OHTN Rapid Response Service provides access to research evidence in response to questions from community-based HIV/AIDS organizations in Ontario to help support evidence-informed programs, service delivery and policy. Learn more about the Rapid Response Service.
Evidence-Based Practice Unit (EBPU)
The Evidence-Based Practice Unit (EBPU) supports and promotes best practices in community-based services. Our role is to support all Ontario-based agencies and programs funded by the AIDS Bureau, the federal AIDS Community Action Program, and the Hepatitis C Secretariat. We provide assistance with data collection and data management, and with reporting and evaluation needs. We also provide general support for the development and implementation of evidence-based programs and services. Learn more about the EBPU.
HIV Outpatient Clinic Network (OCN)
The HIV Outpatient Clinic Network (OCN) is a coalition of 18 HIV outpatient clinics across Ontario. Representatives include physicians, nurses, social workers, nutritionists and clinical coordinators. The Network formed out of a desire amongst Ontario’s HIV outpatient clinics to ensure high-quality and sustained care for people living with HIV. Learn more about the OCN.
Ontario Community HIV/AIDS Reporting Tool (OCHART)?
The Ontario Community HIV/AIDS Reporting Tool (OCHART) is the accountability reporting tool for all Ontario-based HIV service organizations that receive funding from one or all of the following agencies: the AIDS Bureau, the Hepatitis C Secretariat the Public Health Agency of Canada’s AIDS Community Action Program (Ontario Region). Learn more about OCHART.
Ontario Community-Based AIDS Service and Evaluation (OCASE)
The Ontario Community-Based AIDS Service and Evaluation (OCASE) system is a client records management tool currently used the 32 dedicated AIDS service organizations in Ontario. Every agency that uses OCASE must record its client information and the services it has delivered in an agency-specific, confidential database. Only authorized individuals from each agency can access the recorded information. Learn more about OCASE.