Canadian HIV-HCV Co-infection Guidelines
The updated Canadian HIV-HCV Co-infection Guidelines, published in the July 2016 edition of the Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology, contain over 40 specific recommendations for important topics such as: evaluating co-infected patients; addressing barriers to care; selecting treatments; determining treatment timing; and addressing drug-to-drug interactions. For more information, please see this article.
The CAHR Ethics Document
In 2008, CAHR produced an ethics guideline for Canadians conducting research in developing countries. Click here to view the CAHR Ethics Document (also available in Espanol).
Scientific summaries of the major clinical studies presented at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI 2019); the 28th Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research (CAHR 2019); and the 10th Annual IAS Conference (IAS 2019).
In 2013, CAHR commissioned an analysis of currently-available data and literature: on research training entitled: “Funding HIV/AIDS research training in Canada: What do we know about outcomes?”
Training Workshops: Consultation Report
During the Summer/Fall of 2016, CAHR consulted with a wide range of stakeholders to assist in the development of a strong curriculum for its workshop series moving forward. The results of these consultations are outlined in this report which describes the specific challenges and gaps in an HIV researcher’s career path, as well as other needs that were identified during the consultation process.