Seeking Aboriginal people living with HIV and AIDS to attend an
APHA Leadership Research Consultation
The Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN) is in the process of seeking Aboriginal people living with HIV and AIDS (APHAs) to actively participate in a one-day research planning meeting on March 23, 2013. We especially encourage applications from: men who have sex with men, women, people who inject drugs, past prison inmates, heterosexual men, and trans people.
The Sharing the Lay of the Land: Developing an APHA Leadership Intervention Initiative Project Research Team is hosting a one-day consultation on Saturday, March 23, 2013 in Toronto, Ontario. The objectives of the consultation are: To review models of APHA engagement and leadership training; To explore intervention research methodologies; To identify an outline for an APHA Leadership community-based research proposal.