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    Welcome to CUHRRC

    The Canada-United Kingdom (UK) HIV and Rehabilitation Research Collaborative (CUHRRC) is an international research collaborative that includes people living with HIV, researchers, clinicians, representatives from AIDS service organizations, and policy stakeholders in Canada and the United Kingdom (UK), Ireland and the United States of America (USA) with an interest in HIV and rehabilitation research.

    Recent News and Updates

    Please RSVP for Our Vancouver Knowledge Translation Exchange Event: More to Life than Medications! Research & Community Mobilization on Healthy Living for People Living with HIV

    We welcome all to join us at our public event, 'More to Life than Medications! Research & Community Mobilization on Healthy Living for People Living with HIV'. 

    To learn more about the event, Click here to view our poster and share it!

    Where do I RSVP?

    Please RSVP to the event by clicking the following link provided here: http://www.physicaltherapy.utoronto.ca/forms/more-to-life-than-medications/ no later than Friday, October 14th, 2016.

    Where is the Event?

    Thursday October 20th, 6pm-8pm
    St. Paul’s Hospital, Conference Room 7
    1081 Burrard Street
    Vancouver, British Columbia

    What is the Event?

    Researchers, clinicians and community members will come together to discuss updates on findings from research about living well and living longer with HIV. 

    The session will include key updates from the HIV, Health and Rehabilitation Survey Study, Heads Up! Study, and realize. The session will also include a panel discussion with clinicians and community members who will discuss their perspectives on what the research means for people living with HIV, health providers and community-based organizations.

    Light refreshments and snacks will be provided at 5:30-6:00pm. The session will commence shortly after refreshments from 6:00pm-8:00pm. 

    If you have any questions or would like to receive more information, please feel free to contact CUHRRC's Research Coordinator, Melanie Bisnauth by email at melanie.bisnauth@utoronto.ca

    We look forward to seeing you there!

    Acknowledgements

    This event is a collaboration with the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation and Positive Living Society of British Columbia.

    The HIV Health and Rehabilitation Survey Study and Heads Up! Study are funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, HIV/AIDS Research Initiative. 

    Positive Living BC logoDr Peter AIDS foundation logo Heads up logo

    realize logoOHTN logoHHRS logoCIHR logo

    Posted by Melanie Bisnauth Posted on 2016-10-04

    Launch of The HIV, Health and Rehabilitation Survey Fact Sheets

    We are very pleased to announce the launch of the HIV, Health and Rehabilitation Survey Fact Sheet

    What is the HIV, Health and Rehabilitation Survey (HHRS)?

    The HHRS is a web-based survey with adults living with HIV in Canada asking about disability, concurrent health conditions, and rehabilitation services use.

    The HHRS is funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, HIV/AIDS Research Initiative.

    What is the aim of the HHRS Fact Sheet?

    The aim of this summary is to highlight the key findings of the HHRS to the broader community including people living with HIV, knowledge user and collaborator organizations, clinics and community-based organizations.

    Please click here to access both the English and French versions of the HHRS fact sheet.

    For more information about the HIV, Health and Rehabilitation Survey or the Fact Sheet Summary, please contact CUHRRC Coordinator, Melanie Bisnauth at melanie.bisnauth@utoronto.ca

    Posted by Melanie Bisnauth Posted on 2016-09-22

    3rd Forum Knowledge Translation and Exchange (KTE) Library Launched

    We are pleased to launch the 3rd Forum Knowledge Translation and Exchange (KTE) Library for broad

    dissemination of research knowledge on HIV and rehabilitation translated at the 3rd International Forum

    on Advancing HIV, Aging and Rehabilitation Research and Practice.

    The 3rd Forum KTE Library contains:

    For more information about the International Forum on HIV and Rehabilitation Research, please contact

    CUHRRC Coordinator, Melanie Bisnauth at melanie.bisnauth@utoronto.ca

     

    Posted by Melanie Bisnauth Posted on 2016-09-06

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