CAHR continues to partner in the development of E-learning modules to support communities, students and research teams in the many aspects of HIV, community-based research, and intervention research. View modules here.
For those developing Conference posters or interested in refining your presenting skills, CAHR has developed an online tutorial that aims to provide you with tips to make your poster one to remember. Also available for those presenting online, an online tutorial offers tips and tricks. For more information visit.
CAHR YouTube Channel
Did you know that CAHR has a YouTube Channel that houses past conference content, webinars, and workshop sessions. View it here.
CATIE has curated a list of relevant resources, including information on PrEP, PEP, HIV self-testing and COVID19; click here to view.
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).