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CAHR 2022 Dr. Mike Wainberg Lecture delivered by Dr. Mona Loutfy

Dr. Mona Loutfy delivers the CAHR 2022 Mark Wainberg Lecture, “Women and HIV: A Call for Allyship and a Reckoning.” This lecture focuses on Women & HIV and violence, inequity, and patriarchy especially as they relate to the experiences of women researchers and HIV research. You can view the video HERE.

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Women* & HIV in Ontario: An Introductory Toolkit

This toolkit has been updated (2022) and includes pull out sections on women & HIV in Ontario, populations of women disproportionately impacted, and strategies to build knowledge and capacity to support women in local communities. The tools include organizational and individual assessment tools, and an action planning for change tool, among others.

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Welcoming Spaces Poster

‘WELCOMING SPACES’ is a phrase referring to spaces that help connect people and create a sense of community. This poster is a supplement to the WHAI resource, “Women, HIV & Stigma: A Toolkit for Creating Welcoming Spaces.”  

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Caring for Women Living with HIV: Women-Centred HIV Care Toolkit

A team of HIV clinicians, researchers, advocates and women living with HIV,  have worked with the Centre for Effective Practice (CEP) to develop two new clinical toolkits on Women-Centred HIV Care using an integrated knowledge translation approach. This toolkit is intended to support clinicians and community-based organizations in providing women-centred HIV care!

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Women-Centred HIV Care: Information for Women Toolkit

A team of HIV clinicians, researchers, advocates and women living with HIV,  have worked with the Centre for Effective Practice (CEP) to develop two new clinical toolkits on Women-Centred HIV Care using an integrated knowledge translation approach. This resource is for women living with HIV and can be used as a tool to support health…

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Living in the Asterisk(*)

WHAI’s resource on what undetectable = untransmittable (U=U) means for women. This resource is intended to be used to support community conversations about women and HIV, and the U=U messaging.

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Collective Action Community Change

Collective Action Community Change – A Provincial Situational Analysis Report by the Women and HIV/AIDS Initiative is a collective representation of 16 situational analyses that were completed by Women and HIV/AIDS Initiative (WHAI) Coordinators across Ontario.

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