Tip Sheet; Author,Realize, 2017
Public Notice: Access to Occupational Therapy (O.T.) services is limited for people living with HIV. CWGHR aims to see that change. Author: Kate Murzin, CWGHR.
Facilitators Guide: Interprofessional Learning Online Module Series – interprofessional learning focused on HIV and other areas related to episodic disability and chronic and complex disease management. Author: CWGHR.
Report: An environmental scan of in-process Canadian research on health, HIV and aging. Presentation to the International Forum on HIV and Rehabilitation Research, Toronto, 13-14 June 2013. Author CWGHR
Presentation: HIV service delivery and research in Ireland – 2013. Author: Prof. Colm Bergin, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin.
Presentation: Implementing research into practice – HIV rehabilitation services. Author: Darren Brown, Specialist Physiotherapist, Infectious Diseases, Oncology & Palliative Care, |Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
Presentation: Research to develop and assess the measurement properties of a new HIV-specific questionnaire (HIV Disability Questionnaire) to describe disability experienced by adults living with HIV in Canada and Ireland.
Research paper: Impairments, Activity Limitations and Participation Restrictions: Prevalence and Associations among Persons Living with HIV/AIDS in British Columbia. Authors: Melanie Rusch, Stephanie Nixon, Arn Schilder, Paula Braitstein, Keith Chan, Robert S Hogg.
Presentation: To develop and foster partnerships between Canadian Universities, communities and CWGHR to integrate HIV and Rehabilitation curriculum into pre-entry to practice programs for rehab professionals and develop strategies to share information about CWGHR’s Mentorship program nationally. Authors: Lynne Sinclair; Le-Ann Dolan and Elisse Zack.
Presentation: HIV and Aging: an Interprofessional Approach (CANAC). Author: Le-Ann Dolan, Program Director, CWGHR.