Study Protocol for a Scoping Review on Non-pharmacologic Interventions for Chronic Pain in Individuals with HIV
Posted on 2020-09-10
CIHRRC members Dave Kietrys, Mary Lou Galantino, Sarah Pullen and Kelly O’Brien have registered their study protocol with Open Science Framework for a “Scoping Review on Non-pharmacologic Interventions for Chronic Pain in Individuals with HIV”, now available to the public here.
The objective of this scoping review is to: “map the literature of non-pharmaceutical interventions for the management of chronic pain in persons living with HIV (PLWH) in order to inform current clinical practice, identify gaps in knowledge, and prioritize clinical questions to inform the evolution of a research agenda for non-pharmaceutical management of chronic pain in PLWH.”
The team has been working hard, and are over halfway through the initial blinding screening. CIHRRC is looking forward to the next steps! Stay tuned!
Research Priorities for Rehabilitation and Aging with HIV – Published
Posted on 2020-05-27
We are pleased to announce the publication of a new manuscript “Research priorities for rehabilitation and aging with HIV: a framework from the Canada-International HIV and Rehabilitation Research Collaborative (CIHRRC)” published in AIDS and Therapy.
During a one-day International Forum, stakeholders such as people living with HIV, clinicians, researchers, representatives from community organizations and policy stakeholders identified emerging research priorities in HIV, aging and rehabilitation
Check out the publication in AIDS and Therapy here.
Strategies for Management of People with COVID-19, with HIV, Cancer
Posted on 2020-05-13
CIHRRC Member, Darren Brown, Physiotherapist specialising in HIV and Oncology at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK presents on his perspectives of how the role of physiotherapy in HIV translates to the role for rehabilitation with people with COVID-19.
Click here to visit IPT-HOPE to watch Darren’s Presentation Strategies for Management of People with COVID-19 with HIV, Cancer: Part 2.
AIDSImpact special issue – Broadening the Lens: Recommendations from Rehabilitation in Chronic Disease to Advance Healthy Ageing with HIV
Posted on 2020-05-13
We are pleased to announce the publication of a new manuscript in AIDSImpact Special Issue: Recommendations from Rehabilitation in Chronic Disease to Advance Healthy Ageing with HIV in the AIDS Care .
On November 9, 2018, a one-day symposium was held titled “Broadening the Lens: What can we learn from other complex conditions for successful ageing with HIV?”. A total of 77 stakeholders with expertise in the field of rehabilitation and HIV, cancer, renal disease, cardiovascular disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease to discuss how rehabilitation issues in complex chronic disease translate to people ageing with HIV, and prioritised recommendations for future practice and research.
An outline of the symposium aim, disability priorities across HIV and other chronic conditions, recommendations for research to advance healthy ageing with HIV, and strategies moving forward were outlined and published in AIDS Impact Special Issue in AIDS Care in February 2020.
See the published Manuscript here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09540121.2020.1739203
See Figure 1. from the manuscript here:
CIHRRC E-Update Winter 2020
Posted on 2020-01-28
We are pleased to release our CIHRRC E-Update for Winter 2020. This E-Update introduces 13 new members from Canada, South Africa, India and the United Kingdom, as well as highlights the new research and knowledge translation by CIHRRC members over the past year!
CIHRRC now has a total of 109 members across 8 countries including Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, United States, Australia, South Africa, India, and Germany.
If any members have updates on their research and would like to have it featured in our next E-Update, please send details to Rachel Aubry (CIHRRC Coordinator), at email@example.com.