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"Raising the Bar" - GMSH Strategic Plan (2017-2022)

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The Sex You Want - Campaign Toolkit (EN)- this document includes a lot of relevant information about the campaign including: key messages, campaign scope, ideas on how to promote, a press release, common Q&A & more!

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The Back Pocket Guide from transmen and the men who dig them. Revised and relaunched November 2015!

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Updated statements from CATIE on various HIV prevention tools including condoms & PrEP (Pre-exposure prophylaxis) 

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Oral pre-exposure prophylaxis–questions and answers

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New HIV diagnosis in Ontario to 2014

Mark Gilbert, MD- Applied Epidemiology Unity, Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN)

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What people want from sex and PrEP (2015)

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Presented during the Fall (September) 2015 alliance meeting- this planning tool will assist you in implementing GMSH network developed resources intro your work with gay men locally.

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HIV Disclosure: a legal guide for gay men in Ontario (2013)

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HIV Point-of-Care Testing (POCT) in Canada: action plan 2015-2020

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Indigenous People & HIV in Ontario- An Overview (2015)

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Pozitively Healthy: a gay man’s guide to sex and health in Canada (2009)

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Poz Prevention: knowledge and practice guidance for service providers (2009)

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'Bathhouse Night' Event resource manual by ACAS (2009)

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Using evidence to inform program development

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Tools for Program Planning and Delivery

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Intersectionality in HIV and Other Health Related Research (OHTN rapid response) 

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Intersectionality 101:

"The aim of this primer is to provide a clear-language guide to intersectionality; we explore its key elements and characteristics, how it is distinct from other approaches to equity, and how it can be applied in research, policy, practice and teaching. Most importantly, the primer aims to show how intersectionality can fundamentally alter how social problems are experienced, identified and grasped to include the breadth of lived experiences."

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PHAC: Awareness Campaign Materials – Resource Guide

In collaboration with the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), marketing communications agency Banfield has developed this Resource Guide for community organizations working to address sexually transmitted and blood borne infections. It is intended to equip community organizations with tools that will be helpful in the development and evaluation of awareness materials.

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