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    Welcome to CIHRRC

    The Canada-International HIV and Rehabilitation Research Collaborative (CIHRRC) is an international research collaborative that includes people living with HIV, researchers, clinicians, representatives from AIDS service organizations, and policy stakeholders in Canada and the United Kingdom (UK), Ireland and the United States of America (USA) with an interest in HIV and rehabilitation research.

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    CIHRRC & Realize 4th International Forum: Program at a Glance

    Our 4th International Forum on HIV Rehabilitation Research

    When: June 16th, 2018

    Where: The Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute at St. Michael's Hospital Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

    Join us to hear researchers, clinicians, students, community representatives, and people living with HIV from around the world speak about the new evidence and interventions currently being researched in the area of rehabilitation as it relates to successful aging with HIV.

    To register for this Forum click here


    For the Program at a Glance outlining the schedule and speakers (subject to change) click here

    For more information or any questions you may have please contact Rachel Aubry the CIHRRC Coordinator at CIHRRC@utoronto.ca



    The 4th International Forum on HIV and Rehabilitation Research and Intersectoral Policy Dialogue is funded by a Planning and Dissemination Grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Institute of Aging. We also acknowledge support from the Canadian Alliance in HIV and HCV Knowledge to Action, St. Michael’s Hospital, and Filming by Three Flying Piglets, Gay Men’s Health Collective (GHMC).



    Posted by Rachel Aubry Posted on 2018-03-27

    CIHRRC Fall 2017/Winter 2018 E-Update (March 2018)

    CIHRRC is pleased to release the CIHRRC Fall 2017/Winter 2018 E-Update.  This E-Update highlights publications by CIHRRC members, as well as knowledge translation activities and upcoming events related to HIV and Rehabilitation.  If any members have updates on their current research, please send details to Rachel Aubry (CIHRRC Coordinator) CIHRRC@utoronto.ca and your research will be included in the next E-Update (Summer 2018).  

    Click here to read the E-Update!


    Posted by Rachel Aubry Posted on 2018-03-08

    Save the Date! 4th International Forum on HIV and Rehabilitation Research – Translating HIV, Aging and Rehabilitation Interventions into Practice

    CIHRRC in collaboration with Realize (formerly CWGHR) will host the 4th International Forum on HIV and Rehabilitation Research on Saturday June 16, 2018 in Toronto, Ontario.  The Forum will be held in collaboration with Realize’s Annual Forum and 20th Anniversary Celebration.

    The Forum will include a series of dynamic and interactive speakers and research evidence panel sessions focused on the development, implementation and evaluation of interventions to promote healthy aging with HIV.   The Forum will include people living with HIV, researchers, clinicians, and representatives from community organizations who will: 1) facilitate knowledge transfer and exchange (KTE) on HIV and rehabilitation research, clinical practice and service delivery, among people living with HIV, researchers, clinicians on HIV, representatives of community organizations, and policy makers in Canada, the United Kingdom, United States and Ireland; 2) establish new research and clinical partnerships in HIV and aging internationally; and 3) foster mentorship and training in HIV and aging research.

    Click here for the forum poster.

    For more information, please contact Rachel Aubry (CIHRRC Coordinator) at cihrrc@utoronto.ca.

    Posted by Rachel Aubry Posted on 2018-01-23

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