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

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Resources

The Positive Side (Summer 2014): Anchored

Health and wellness magazine for people living with HIV. In this issue: People pay tribute to their AIDS icons; peer programs help people navigate HIV; 30 years of posters that confront stigma; Canada’s role in the quest for a cure; Ask the Experts about grief; portraits of long-term survivor Kath Webster and of visual artist Joseph Babcock; art programs that promote health and healing; and a 7-foot cocktail glass made of 2,000 empty pill bottles!

The epidemiology of HIV in gay men and other men who have sex with men

This fact sheet provides a snapshot of the HIV epidemic in Canada among gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM). It is one of a series of fact sheets on the epidemiology of HIV and hepatitis C. Revised 2015.

The epidemiology of HIV in people who inject drugs in Canada

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 2015.

The epidemiology of HIV in females

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 2015.

The epidemiology of hepatitis C in Canada

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 2015.

New HIV infections in Canada

This colourful infographic poster is part of a series and illustrates recent statistics and information on HIV/AIDS in Canada. Please note that these infographics are based on 2011 estimates from the Public Health Agency of Canada. New estimates broken down by region and population are expected to be released in 2016.

People living with HIV in Canada

This colourful infographic poster is part of a series and illustrates recent statistics and information on HIV/AIDS in Canada. Please note that these infographics are based on 2011 estimates from the Public Health Agency of Canada. New estimates broken down by region and population are expected to be released in 2016.

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