Beyond Blue Door: A research study to reduce knowledge and service gaps for people living with HIV (PLHIV) with precarious or no health insurance coverage. People living with HIV with precarious / no health care experience major barriers in accessing HIV care. This affects both people’s individual health as well as the overall public health response in curbing the H

Community Champions HIV/AIDS Advocates Mobilization Project (CHAMPS): A CIHR-funded Community-based Research Study (2011 – 2014) Final Report published in 2015 Ethno-racial minorities are at high risk of HIV: Ethno-racial communities represent a growing proportion of Canada’s overall population, and experience higher rates of HIV. Since 2005, immigrants and re

CAAT CHAMP team at the 21st IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion (Aug 25 to 29, 2013) in Pattaya, Thailand: Drs. Alan Li, Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale, and Josephine Wong facilitated a 90-minute workshop on CHAMP interventions (SJCB-Social Justice Capacity Building, and ACT-Acceptance Commitment Training); Dr. Maticka-Tyndale also delivered an oral presentation on so

Legacy Project: Creating a community mentorship network to support PHA learning, sharing and practice was first published in 2010 by CAAT as a guide for our Mentors and Mentees participating in our mentoring program. This version was updated in March 2013. The guide provides a set of tools, tips and techniques that support mentoring relations […]

 Special Pre-OHTN Conference Satellite Session on ” Developing Community Based Intervention Research: The CHAMP Experience” Address: 145 Richmond Street, The Hilton Toronto HotelVenue: Tom Thomson Room, Hilton HotelDate: Sunday November 1, 2012Time: 1pm – 3.30pm FREE for all. You can attend without registering for the OHTN conference, but RSVP is re