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Here are some KEY research pieces (in gay men’s health) that we think you should know about:

The Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) has a Rapid Response service for all your research needs. The OHTN Rapid Response service provides access to research evidence in response to questions from community-based ASOs to help support evidence-informed programs, service delivery and advocacy. We conduct searches of the scientific literature and contact experts in the appropriate fields to locate key information resources.

Find out past reviews, including some key pieces about:

  • Gay men, HIV risk and viral loads
  • HIV outreach among ACB communities
  • Barriers to health for LGBTQ
  • HIV testing
  • Behavioural emergencies among MSM

Syndemics research in gay men’s health has looked at the ways multiple psychosocial health problems (for example, depression, suicidality, emotional distress) impact HIV risk behaviour and HIV infection rates. Research from these authors suggest that 20-25% of gay men experience multiple, co-occurring psychosocial health issues.


Read more on Syndemics from Sarah Chown (via the Community-Based Research Centre for Gay Men’s Health in BC) here


UNAIDS press statement on February 24, 2015


The Trans PULSE Project is a community-based research (CBR) project that is investigating the impact of social exclusion and discrimination on the health of trans people in Ontario, Canada.


The OHTN Cohort Study (OCS) is a community-governed, scientifically rigorous research initiative, designed to improve the health and well-being of people living with HIV in Ontario by promoting and supporting scientific, community-based and policy-relevant research.


Positive Spaces, Healthy Places


The Resonance Project is a Canadian community-based research study coordinated by CATIE, with partnership support from three regional gay men’s health organizations, three national HIV/public health organizations and the University of Windsor.

The Resonance Project

CATIE Project Summary
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