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


Position/Job Title: 
Information Specialist/Spécialiste d'information


Room for improvement: Knowledge exchange needs of people living with hepatitis C

In 2014-15, CATIE undertook a national needs assessment of patients engaged in hepatitis C care. The needs assessment was designed to provide information on the priority knowledge needs of people living with hepatitis C and how these needs can be met.

Connect with CATIE

This bilingual brochure provides a brief overview of CATIE's programs and services. Revised 2014.

HIV and Emotional Wellness

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 a healthy mind in a healthy body. Revised 2018.

Treat me right: Getting treated for hepatitis C or HIV if you inject drugs

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 starting point for someone who has basic questions about how to succeed at treatment. Revised 2018.

Hepatitis C information for immigrants and newcomers

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 Canada and are intended for immigrants and newcomers and service providers that work with them. More languages and information are available at yourlanguage.hepcinfo.ca.