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

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Information Specialist/Spécialiste d'information

Resources

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

This pocket-sized booklet contains easy-to-understand messages about Hep C and HIV treatment for people who inject drugs. Complete with lots of practical information, this resource is a great starting point for someone who has questions about Hep C or HIV treatment.

What works: Tips for taking care of yourself if you have Hep C or HIV and inject drugs

This pocket-sized booklet contains easy-to-understand messages about how to take care of your health if you have Hep C or HIV and inject drugs. Complete with lots of practical tips, this resource is a great starting point for someone who has questions about how to manage their health.

Moving Knowledge into Action: An evaluation of the impact of CATIE's programs and services for frontline workers in Canada: 2013/2014

In 2013, CATIE conducted a national survey of frontline workers to assess the overall success of its complement of programs and services in knowledge exchange. The survey was designed to evaluate CATIE's reach, frequency of use, relevance, usefulness and effectiveness.

HepCInfo on Newsprint - Issue 3

HepCInfo on Newsprint uses the format of a community newspaper to offer plain and simple health information for people affected by hepatitis C. Each issue contains short articles, contributions from people at risk for or living with Hep C and interactive activities on topics related to prevention, testing, healthy living and treatment.

In this issue: Questions to ask yourself before starting Hep C treatment, safer injection drug use information, how to talk about having Hep C, The Amazing Liver cartoon and more.

A Multilingual Hepatitis C Media and Educational Outreach Campaign For Immigrant Communities in Ontario

This poster presentation details the development of CATIE's Ethnocultural Hepatitis C Outreach and Social Marketing project. The project has produced in-language (English, Punjabi, Simplified Chinese, Urdu and Tagalog) hepatitis C resources including a website, pamphlets and educational curriculum as well as a media campaign in print, radio and online.

Honour your love, protect your sex

This poster and postcard are part of the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network - CATIE Aboriginal Youth Get the Facts Campaign, a vibrant HIV awareness campaign by and for Aboriginal youth. The campaign aims to empower Aboriginal youth in making well-informed decisions and improving their health by way of three postcards and posters which give youth-friendly and culturally-appropriate messages about safer sex, HIV testing and treatment. Aboriginal youth were responsible for creating the messages and images for this campaign.

Aboriginal Youth hand in hand in the fight against HIV

This poster and postcard are part of the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network - CATIE Aboriginal Youth Get the Facts Campaign, a vibrant HIV awareness campaign by and for Aboriginal youth. The campaign aims to empower Aboriginal youth in making well-informed decisions and improving their health by way of three postcards and posters which give youth-friendly and culturally-appropriate messages about safer sex, HIV testing and treatment. Aboriginal youth were responsible for creating the messages and images for this campaign.

Our culture is strong. Break the silence…Talk about HIV

This poster and postcard are part of the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network - CATIE Aboriginal Youth Get the Facts Campaign, a vibrant HIV awareness campaign by and for Aboriginal youth. The campaign aims to empower Aboriginal youth in making well-informed decisions and improving their health by way of three postcards and posters which give youth-friendly and culturally-appropriate messages about safer sex, HIV testing and treatment. Aboriginal youth were responsible for creating the messages and images for this campaign.

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