News & Updates

CUHHRC Published Peer-Reviewed Manuscript March 13, 2014
Posted on 2014-03-14

The study findings from the CUHRRC research entitled “Profiling Episodic Disability, Rehabilitation Services Use, and Living Strategies among People Living with HIV in Canada-The HIV, Health and Rehabilitation Survey Study” has been published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research on March 13th, 2014. The journal entitled “Considerations for Conducting Web-Based Survey Research With People Living With Human Immunodeficiency Virus Using a Community-Based Participatory Approach” can be accessed at:

Knowledge Transfer Exchange (KTE) Library
Posted on 2014-02-03

We are pleased to launch the Knowledge Transfer and Exchange (KTE) Library for further dissemination of research knowledge on HIV, disability, and rehabilitation translated at the International Forum on HIV and Rehabilitation Research. Click here to access the KTE Library.

The KTE Library includes:

For more information about the International Forum on HIV and Rehabilitation Research, please contact CUHRRC Coordinator Nkem Iku at

The Launch of the HIV, Health and Rehabilitation Survey
Posted on 2013-10-09

On behalf of the HIV, Health and Rehabilitation Survey Study Team, I am excited to announce that today- Wednesday October 9th, 2013– is the official launch of the HIV, Health and Rehabilitation Survey. The online survey is now live and we are ready to recruit and collect data.

If you are an adult living with HIV in Canada, we invited you to participate in an online survey about health challenges and rehabilitation services used by people living with HIV in Canada. To learn more, please go to We would also appreciate your help sharing the survey link with your peers. To watch the video trailer about the HIV, Health and Rehabilitation Survey, please go to: For more information, contact Nkem Iku (Research Coordinator) at or 1-855-589-0249.

BBC News Broadcast on HIV and Aging
Posted on 2013-09-16

On September 11th, 2013 an interview with CUHRRC member Jo Josh was featured in a lead story by BBC TV News about living with HIV as an older person. To view the BBC TV News interview, please go to The news story marks the announcement of preliminary findings of a two year research project led by Dr Dana Rosenfeld of Keele University entitled HIV and Later Life (HALL), which looks at a social perspective of life with HIV. The findings will be published shortly on