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Organization: CATIE
Publication date: 2018

This CATIE booklet for people living with HIV explores common emotional health concerns—such as stress, anxiety, depression and addictions. It offers practical advice on how to achieve and sustain...

Organization: CATIE
Publication date: 2018

This pocket-sized booklet contains easy-to-understand messages about treatment if you have hepatitis C or HIV and inject drugs. Complete with lots of practical tips, this resource is a great...

Organization: CATIE
Publication date: 2018

These brochures written in English/French and Urdu, English/French and Punjabi, English/French and Tagalog, and English/French and Simplified Chinese offer basic information on Hepatitis C in...

Organization: CATIE
Publication date: 2018

This fact sheet provides a summary of the HIV epidemic among youth in Canada. It is one of a series of fact sheets on the epidemiology of HIV and hepatitis C. Revised 2018.

Organization: CATIE
Publication date: 2018

This fact sheet provides a snapshot of the HIV epidemic among people who inject drugs in Canada. It is one of a series of fact sheets on the epidemiology of HIV and hepatitis C. Revised 2018.

Organization: CATIE
Publication date: 2018

This fact sheet provides a snapshot of the HIV epidemic in Canada among gay, bisexual and other men and other men who have sex with men (gbMSM). It is one of a series of fact sheets on the...

Organization: CATIE
Publication date: 2018

This fact sheet provides a snapshot of the HIV epidemic among females in Canada. It is one of a series of fact sheets on the epidemiology of HIV and hepatitis C. Revised 2018.

Organization: CATIE
Publication date: 2017

This fact sheet provides a snapshot of the hepatitis C epidemic in Canada. It is one of a series of fact sheets providing epidemiological information. Revised 2017.

Organization: CATIE
Publication date: 2018

This colourful infographic poster illustrates the breakdown of people living with HIV by mode of transmission for each region across Canada, based on 2011 data from the Public Health Agency of...

Organization: CATIE
Publication date: 2018

This colourful infographic poster is part of a series and illustrates recent statistics and information on HIV/AIDS in Canada. Based on 2011 estimates, the most recently available regional...

Organization: CATIE
Publication date: 2018

This colourful infographic poster illustrates the burden of new HIV infections across key populations in Canada, based on 2014 estimates from the Public Health Agency of Canada, the most recently...

Organization: CATIE
Publication date: 2018

This colourful infographic poster illustrates recent statistics and information on HIV/AIDS in Canada taken from 2016 estimates from the Public Health Agency of Canada.

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Publication date: 2017

Over the past decade, Nova Scotia has experienced a rise in opioid drug misuse and overdoses.  In response to this public health issue, the Deputy Ministers of Health and Wellness and Justice have...

Publication date: 2014

Exploring the Landscape of Communicable Diseases in Atlantic Canada was a collaborative and consultative investigation into the current state of HIV/AIDS, HCV and other STBBIs, affected...

Organization: CATIE
Publication date: 2018

This report summarizes recommendations toward the 2018/19 revision of CATIE’s Managing Your Health, which has been an important national resource for people living with HIV, their supporters and...

Organization: Centre Associatif Polyvalent d'Aide Hépatite C (CAPAHC)
Publication date: 2017

Practical information guide to better understand what is hepatitis C, the liver and its functioning, cirrhosis: its symptoms and complications, examinations to diagnose cirrhosis and healthy and...

Organization: Centre Associatif Polyvalent d'Aide Hépatite C (CAPAHC)
Publication date: 2017

Guide pratique d'information pour mieux comprendre qu'est-ce que l'hépatite C, le foie et son fonctionnement, la cirrhose: ses symptomes et complications, les examens pour diagnostiquer la...

Organization: Women and HIV/AIDS Initiative
Publication date: 2018

While Love Positive Women is active primarily between February 1st–14th, it remainsa symbol of how the world can be different throughout the year. Groups inover 45 countries have participated in...

Organization: Women and HIV/AIDS Initiative
Publication date: 2018

In 2017/2018 WHAI partnered with consultants at 7.10 Stories to explorecreative ways to foster WHAI’s Coordinated Collective Impact Initiative(CCII) work being done across Ontario. This CCII work...

Organization: Women and HIV/AIDS Initiative
Publication date: 2018

Since 2014, WHAI Coordinators have been supporting Love Positive Women byengaging women living with HIV, women who face systemic risks for HIV, as well asthe broader community through activities...

Organization: First Nations Health Authority - Indigenous Wellness Team
Publication date: 2018

Substance use can be difficult topic to discuss with family, friends, colleagues, strangers and often those closest to us.  This information sheets provides some useful guidelines for having these...

Organization: First Nations Health Authority - Indigenous Wellness Team
Publication date: 2018

Covers frequently asked questions relating to overdose prevention including information about opiods, signs of an overdose, the materials (e.g. naloxone) and support available, steps to take...

Organization: First Nations Health Authority - Indigenous Wellness Team
Publication date: 2018

Insights into 5 myths (and facts) about addiction.

Organization: First Nations Health Authority - Indigenous Wellness Team
Publication date: 2018

The Indigenous Wellness Program at First Nations Health Authority is developing 'Indigenous Harm Reduction' principles and practices as a learning diagram to host conversations regarding addition...

Organization: First Nations Health Authority - Indigenous Wellness Team
Publication date: 2018

The Indigenous Wellness Program at the First Nations Health Authority uses a 'sexual wellbeing model' to build and strengthen conversations around traditional knowledge and ways of being in...

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