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

Value of Research of Investing in HIV Research Brochure

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Community-Based Research: Online Practicum

In partnership with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN), CAHR supported the development of an online learning practicum in Community Based Research (CBR). This comprehensive video includes such sessions as CBR 101, the CBR funding landscape, how to write a grant, finding partners, and other important aspects of CBR. This online / DVD learning approach serves to improve the understanding of HIV/AIDS CBR, build skills and is conducive for training in remote locations. For more information visit:

HIV/AIDS Epidemiology Reports (PHAC)

NCCID publications

HIV/STBBI Prevention and Control

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).