There are excellent approaches and novel interventions that are taking place in community-based organizations across the country, which are demonstrating success in combating HIV-related issues. Yet, despite these many advances, HIV continues to persist as a signiﬁcant public health threat in Canada, speciﬁcally among diﬃcult-to-reach populations facing social and structural inequities.
To address this reality, CAHR collaborates with community members, policy makers, educators, practitioners/service providers and researchers in the development of E-learning modules. These modules are designed to support communities, students and research teams in the many aspects of HIV, community-based research, and intervention research.
- Participatory Visual Methods
- How to Prepare Scientific Posters
- Online Learning Events: Tips to Design, Implement & Evaluate
- Exploring HIV Stigma and Black Masculinities
- Tools for Social Behavioural Community-Based Research in HIV
- Drugs, Policy and Harm Reduction
- Presenting Online 101
- Outcome Evaluation 101
- Infographic Design 101
- Participant Observation 101