The Positive Parenting Pilot Project

Lori LyonsAfrican, Caribbean and Black Communities, Criminal Justice, Current Studies, Engagement, Indigenous Peoples, OHTN, Research Pages, Stigma, Women*

mother with son

Research Team:  Saara Greene (nominated principal investigator), Doris O’Brein-Teengs (co-principal investigator), Gary Dumbrill (co-principal investigator), Mona Loutfy, Allyson Ion, Wanda Whitebird, Maureen Ringlein, Martha Wiles, Kerrigan Beaver, Bruce Leslie, Renee Masching, Wangari Tharao, Ruthann Tucker, Andy Koster, Sandra Seigei, Lyndon …

Understanding HIV transmission among persons from Africa and the Caribbean following their arrival in Canada

Lori LyonsAfrican, Caribbean and Black Communities, Current Studies, OHTN, Prevention, Research Pages

Research Team:  Liviana Calzavara (principal applicant), Wangari Tharao (co-principal investigator), Amrita Daftary (co-principal investigator), Rupert Kaul, Ann Burchell, Lynne Leonard, Mona Loutfy, Tola Mbulaheni, Shannon Ryan

What is this research about?

People born in sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean face …

weSpeak: Reducing HIV vulnerabilities and promoting resilience among self-identified heterosexual African, Caribbean and Black Men in Ontario

Lori LyonsAfrican, Caribbean and Black Communities, Community Engagement in Research, Current Studies, OHTN, Prevention, Research Pages

Research Team: Josephine P. Wong (nominated principal investigator), Winston Husband (principal investigator), Josephine Etowa (principal investigator), Isaac Luginaah (principal investigator), Francisca Omorodion (principal investigator), Alexander Asamoah, Kenneth Fung, Carl James, Jelani Kerr, Erica Lawson, Hugues Loemba, Henry Luyombya, Lance McCready, …

First Results from the Food Security Study

OHTNCurrent Studies, News

In cooperation with partners across Canada, the OHTN has been investigating the impact of food security (i.e., reliable access to healthy, safe food) on the health outcomes of people living with HIV. Data from 650 Ontario participants reveals that people …