Welcome to the PANACHE Ontario study site!
Here you can find information about the study and how you can participate.
What is PANACHE Ontario?
PANACHE stands for Preference and Needs for Aging Care among HIV Elders and is being conducted in collaboration by Realize, University Health Network and community partners across Ontario.
What is the PANACHE Ontario study about?
PANACHE is a community based research study. In the PANACHE study we are trying to find out about the current and anticipated health or social care needs and preferences of older adults (people age 60+) living with HIV. We are doing this by holding consultations with community members across Ontario. The consultations will take about 2.5 hours and will be facilitated by Peer Research Associates. An honorarium will be provided to research participants.
You are eligible to participate in this study if you can answer yes to the following questions:
- I am 60 years old or older
- I am living with HIV
- I am interested in attending a community consultation
- I speak and understand English
Check the list below to find a consultation near you. Click on the consultation you are interested in attending and you will be provided with information about how to sign up.
Please note that some consultations are open to all older adults living with HIV while others are designed to engage members of specific communities. Each consultation can accommodate approximately 10 people.
If you have general questions, concerns or would like to speak to the study team for any reason, please contact: Kate Murzin, Health Programs Specialist at Realize at Phone: 416-513-0440 ext. 244 or Email: email@example.com
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