Category: Community-Based Research

  Via 2SLGBTQ+ Health Hub Webinar May 11th, 2023 at 10 AM Pacific time The rich variability of transgender (trans) and gender diverse (TGD) people’s social contexts, identities, and embodiments is increasingly recognized in the scholarship and policy that govern the provision of gender-affirming care. Yet, amid evolving expressions of cisnormativity and trans-antagonism across healthcare… Read more »

HIV and Aging: Setting Global Priorities

The International Coalition of Older People with HIV (iCOPe HIV) is pleased to invite you to join us at one of two upcoming virtual meetings. These 90-minute sessions will be dedicated to: 1. Sharing the results of iCOPe HIV’s global stakeholder survey (conducted Jan/Feb 2023) 2. Engaging in discussion around iCOPe HIV’s priorities for action… Read more »

Digging into Difficult topics in Stigma Activism

  HIV activists have consistently confronted stigma from the emergence of HIV over forty years ago. A “nothing about us without us” approach, which originated in political activism centuries ago and has been centred in the disability movement, is not only used by disability and HIV activists, it’s also leveraged by people with lived and… Read more »

2SLGBTQ+ Health Hub Fellowship Call

  Via 2SLGBTQ+ Health Hub The 2SLGBTQ+ Health Hub Awards Committee is pleased to officially launch this year’s call for Community, Academic, and Professional Trainees (see links below in both English and French). Applications are due Wednesday, May 15th! We encourage applications from interested individuals who are committed to 2SLGBTQ+ health and either working in… Read more »

  Art: Lady D | Living a Violated Life (Collage poster) Excerpt from the Executive Summary: In a context of the global COVID-19 pandemic and criminalized sex work, and with results from a rapid needs and risks assessment done in March 2020, we set out to assess detailed needs and risks of sex workers in… Read more »

    Sharing Space, Community of Practice event is an opportunity for anyone conducting research with Indigenous people who are affected by or living with HIV, both Indigenous and allies alike, to discuss how to do “research in a good way”. In this ancillary event we will bring CAHR registered guests an opportunity to share,… Read more »

Stimulus Conference 2023

  Stimulus 2023 is a two-and-a-half day event scheduled October 5-7, 2023 in Ottawa, Ontario. Organizers expect to welcome 1,500 people whose expertise includes substance use experts, nurses, social workers, physicians, corrections staff, frontline workers, people involved in sex work, researchers, and other key stakeholders from across Canada. The event will be the largest national… Read more »

BC Centre on Substance Use Seeks Study Participants

The BCCSU is looking to recruit participants for a research study titled “The impact of safer supply interventions on HIV treatment and care among people living with HIV who use drugs”. The purpose of this study is to understand how engagement with safer-supply oriented programs impacts the lives of people living with HIV.   Eligibility:… Read more »

  The Government of Canada is renewing its federal Action Plan – Accelerating our response: Government of Canada five-year action plan on sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBI).  We would like to thank all of those who have participated in engagement opportunities thus far. Your perspectives are valued to provide key insights for a renewed Action Plan…. Read more »

Webinar: May 23, 2023 Time: 12- 1 PM Pacific time Connections between transgender and gender diverse (TGD) people are filled with potential. Despite the presence of peer support in TGD communities for generations, its exchange between TGD people – along with its power to promote resilience – have been under-researched in academic scholarship. We are… Read more »

Sexfluent Survey for Youth – $20 gift card

  Via CANFAR CANFAR has partnered with York University and the Centre for Community-Based Research to conduct a national community-based research (CBR) study evaluating their youth resource, Sexfluent! They are looking to get feedback from youth between the ages of 16 and 29 across Canada. All they have to do is visit the website, and… Read more »

New Research and Evaluation Treehouse Resources

While research and evaluation are different, they share many similarities, especially when thinking about participatory methods. We think of research and evaluation like two different trees with different origins, intertwined in methods and analysis, that separate again in what they can tell you and how their information is shared. PAN’s Research and Evaluation department has… Read more »