Une communauté de partage des ressources pour les fournisseurs de services canadiens dans le domaine du VIH et de l’hépatite C

Research and evaluations

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Resources in Resource Collection

Feedback form

A feedback form for PWN workshops.

The PWN resources in Sage can be reproduced and adapted for non-commercial use with credit to the author. Please note that resources are being shared for archival reference and may contain information that is now out-of-date.

Employing peer workers in the field of HIV: Literature review

The PWN resources in Sage can be reproduced and adapted for non-commercial use with credit to the author. Please note that resources are being shared for archival reference and may contain information that is now out-of-date.

Community-based HIV/HCV Integration at Positive Women's Network

Project proposal for examining HIV/hepatitis C service integration at PWN.

The PWN resources in Sage can be reproduced and adapted for non-commercial use with credit to the author. Please note that resources are being shared for archival reference and may contain information that is now out-of-date.

Outreach Program evaluation

This evaluation of PWN's outreach efforts showed that the program’s ability to work with women and support them in difficult times resulted in the outcome of the program being more important than the activities themselves. Thus, the outcomes of providing support expand beyond providing specific services to creating environments in which PWN members can experience transformative connections which create stability, security, and environments in which the women can become empowered and more independent.

Listen Up! Women Are Talking About.... Women’s Health Research Project

Listen Up! was the first peer-based, community action research project of its kind to examine
how the social determinants of health put women at greater risk for HIV infection than men.
Women’s voices - in particular, women who live with HIV - had not been actively present in
HIV research when we started the project in 1998. The women who have been involved in
the Listen Up! Project - as peer researchers, advisors, participants, and in the present
stage as community presenters - determined both its focus and direction.

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