Positive Living BC seeks a research coordinator for the Gay Poz Sex: Finding your own way (GPS) project. GPS is a new sexual health program for HIV-positive gay and bisexual men that provides a much-needed safe space for gay and bisexual HIV-positive men to openly discuss their sex lives. Preliminary data from the past five years of implementing this program in Toronto have shown participants self-report improvements in their sex lives.
The project, which began in Toronto in 2008, is entering its second year in Vancouver. GPS is currently being offered as part of a randomized controlled trial (RCT), with a site in Toronto and a site in Vancouver. As such, the research coordinator will work with Dr. Malcolm Steinberg at Simon Fraser University and the Health Promotion Department at Positive Living BC in Vancouver, and the research team in Toronto led by Dr. Trevor Hart at Ryerson University, Dr. Barry Adam at the University of Windsor, and the Poz Prevention Working Group of the Ontario Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance. There is also a large team of researchers involved in the evaluation of GPS.
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