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

craigpross

Poste/Titre: 
Program Specialist, HSHR

Ressources

Infectious Syphilis Management Tool

Management tool and algorithm for health care providers managing cases of infectious syphilis. Especially recommended for providers who are less experienced managing syphilis, e.g. in the context of an outbreak. 

Share your results... not your STI

A tool developed to help individuals who've tested positive for an STI tell their partners (including conversation starters, etc.).

Youth condom promotion campaign: Logic Model

After the four years of the heads up?! campaign, the Healthy Sexuality and Harm Reduction team in Winnipeg endeavoured to revamp their new condom promotion campaign to have a more specific purpose. This logic model was developed to help explain the possible goals of the campaign to the marketing agency. It is based on a schematic used in Langford and Panter-Brick's article (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23452864). 

heads up?! and enjeu?! condom promotion campaign materials

The heads up?! campaign (enjeu?! in French) ran in Winnipeg in fall 2011 (first resource) and then was updated in fall 2012 (other resources). The goal of the campaign was to promote condom use among Winnipeg youth aged 15-19. Evaluations of the heads up?! campaigns can be found through Sage.

 

Report on Survey of Winnipeg Youth regarding the 2014 heads up?! Campaign

Following the winter 2014 heads up?! ​condom promotion campaign, PRA Inc. surveyed Winnipeg youth about a) their feelings about the campaign, and b) their sexual attitudes and behaviours. These were compared to the results found in the 2011 and 2012 campaign evaluation reports (both accessible through Sage).

Report on Survey of Winnipeg Youth regarding the 2012 heads up?! Campaign

Following the fall 2012 heads up?! ​condom promotion campaign, PRA Inc. surveyed Winnipeg youth about a) their feelings about the campaign, and b) their sexual attitudes and behaviours. These were compared to the results found in the 2011 campaign evaluation report (accessible through Sage).

Report on Survey of Winnipeg Youth regarding the 2011 heads up?! Campaign

Following the fall 2011 heads up?! condom promotion campaign, PRA Inc. surveyed Winnipeg youth about a) their feelings about the campaign, and b) their sexual attitudes and behaviours.

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