A resource-sharing community for Canadian HIV and hepatitis C service providers

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Information Specialist/Spécialiste d'information

Resources

Curing hepatitis C: What you need to know if you use drugs

This client booklet is for people who use drugs and have been diagnosed with hepatitis C. It contains basic information on  the high cure rates, the benefits of being cured, what to expect during treatment, testing tips for people with bad veins, preventing overdose while on treatment and how to stay healthy after being cured. This resource reinforces the fact that people who use drugs and have hepatitis C can be successfully treated and cured.

Curing hepatitis C: What you need to know

This client booklet is for all people who have been diagnosed with hepatitis C. It provides simple and essential information on hepatitis C treatment and cure. It includes information on the high cure rates, the benefits of being cured, what to expect during treatment and tips for staying healthy after being cured.

Promotional slides for CATIE resources and services

Presentation slides that can be used to promote resources and services from CATIE, including the inquiry line, Ordering Centre, e-mail subscriptions, blog and social media and Sage.

HIV workshop evaluation

Survey used for collecting participant feedback following CATIE HIV workshops. Revised 2018.

Canada’s progress on 90-90-90 targets

This colourful infographic poster illustrates Canada’s progress on achieving the 90-90-90 targets for HIV testing, treatment and viral suppression, based on 2016 estimates from the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Downloadable files to share infographic information in presentations or through social media are also provided.

Practice guidelines in peer health navigation for people living with HIV

CATIE and a national working group have developed national evidence-based guidelines on peer health navigation in HIV. The guidelines provide agencies with research- and practice-based information and recommendations to develop, implement and strengthen peer health navigation programs.

8 questions about PrEP for guys

This client brochure provides basic information about pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM). It includes key messages on who should consider taking PrEP, how to take PrEP, effectiveness and safety, and other benefits.

The power of undetectable: what you need to know about HIV treatment as prevention

This illustrated booklet explains how taking HIV medications and maintaining an undetectable viral load can prevent HIV transmission. Plain language information, for people living with HIV and their service providers, on the prevention benefits of HIV treatment for safer sex, having healthy babies, and safer drug use.

I know my HIV status

I Know My HIV Status provides basic information about HIV testing and is written for people who are thinking about getting tested for HIV or have questions about HIV testing.

The Positive Side (Summer 2018): Lovin' with HIV

Health and wellness magazine for people living with HIV. In this issue: the backstory on U=U; expert advice on HIV treatment; perspectives on PrEP; the patient as healthcare partner; poz women talk sexual satisfaction; women-centred research and care; adherence apps; programs for newcomers with HIV; interview with artist Andrew Zealley.

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