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Canadian AIDS Society

Registered as a charity since 1986, the Canadian AIDS Society (CAS) is a national coalition of community-based AIDS organizations across Canada. We are dedicated to strengthening the response to HIV/AIDS across all sectors of society, and to enriching the lives of people and communities living with HIV/AIDS.

Resources

Publication date: 2014

“Talking about Depression, Anxiety and HIV/AIDS” examines two specific mental health issues, depression and anxiety, in the context of HIV/AIDS. It provides general information about depression...

Publication date: 2012

Program Elements: An review of how effective positive prevention program address the factors that play a role in HIV risk, including the social determinants of health, universal access to...

Publication date: 2012

Resources: A list of relevant position statements, policy documents and discussion papers, and other background and educational materials related to positive prevention.

Publication date: 2012

What New HIV Prevention Technologies Mean for People Living with HIV: An outline of new prevention technologies, including male and female condoms, microbicides, treatment as prevention, PrEP, PEP...

Publication date: 2012

Strategies for People Living with HIV: Detailed pointers on how people living with HIV can protect and improve their sexual health, delay the progression of HIV, promote shared responsibility for...

Publication date: 2012

Common Misconceptions: A revelation of what positive prevention really is and what it is not.

Publication date: 2011

Guiding Principles and Values: An explanation of the key values that form the basis of positive prevention programs, including The Greater Involvement of People Living with HIV (GIPA) and human...

Publication date: 2011

The Canadian AIDS Society (CAS) is committed to preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS in the Canadian population. As part of this commitment, CAS has been increasing awareness of the need for a viable...

Publication date: 2010

This tool kit informs community advocates about pre-exposure prophylaxis, a potential safe and effective form of prevention against HIV that involves administering antiretroviral medications to...

Publication date: 2013

On June 19th, 2013, the new Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR) will come into effect, and the Marihuana Medical Access Regulations (MMAR) will be repealed on March 31, 2014. Both of...