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    CIHRRC Research Activities

    CIHRRC is currently pursuing a variety of research activities that address research priorities in HIV and rehabilitation identified by Realize (formerly CWGHR).

    What's New at CIHRRC

    Dissemination Event Grant
    Members of the CUHRRC are planning to submit an application to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) in February 2012 for a Dissemination Event Grant. This funding could help to facilitate the planning and implementation of a CUHRRC Summit that would translate research findings related to the CUHRRC. If you are interested in being involved with this application, please contact Kelly O'Brien at kelly.obrien@utoronto.ca.
    Posted by Kelly O'Brien Posted on 2011-12-30

    Operating Grant Proposal
    Building on the above catalyst work, members of the CUHRRC Catalyst Research Team submitted an operating grant proposal entitled “Measuring and Modeling Disability, Comorbidities and Rehabilitation among People Living with HIV in Canada: The HIV Health and Rehabilitation Survey” to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Fall 2011 Competition. The purpose of this research is to establish a comprehensive profile of disability experienced by people living with HIV in Canada and determine how contextual factors such as comorbidities, related rehabilitation services and living strategies influence the disability experience. The anticipated notice of decision date for this CIHR operating grant competition is January 30, 2012.
    Posted by Kelly O'Brien Posted on 2011-12-23

    Catalyst Grant Pilot
    The research team from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) funded catalyst grant “Profiling Episodic Disability, Rehabilitation Services Use, and Living Strategies among People Living with HIV in Canada” developed a survey instrument and sampling strategy to assess disability and rehabilitation services use for people living with HIV. The team is piloting the online survey with adults living with HIV across Canada and results will be used to inform the implementation of a larger Canadian survey study. Please see the CUHRRC Research page for more details.
    Posted by Kelly O'Brien Posted on 2011-12-16