Register now for the OHTN’s What's Hot for Peer Research Assistants Webinar on GIPA/MIPA

Published 22, Sep, 2015
Author // Ontario HIV Treatment Network - Research

Join poz peer research assistants talking about what’s on their minds about GIPA (Greater Involvement of People Living with HIV)

Register now for the OHTN’s What's Hot for Peer Research Assistants Webinar on GIPA/MIPA

A message from Canadian Positive People Network (CPPN)/ Réseau Canadien des Personnes Seropositives (RCPS) an independent network for and by people living with HIV and HIV co-infections in Canada: 

CPPN/RCPS: CPPN / RCPS would like you to join the next Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) What's Hot with Peer Research Associates Webinar! We hope you can join us and engage in an important conversation about how we can move GIPA/MIPA forward.

Thank you to James Watson of OHTN for coordinating this wonderful webinar series and for providing us with information about the webinar.

A message from the Ontario HIV treatment Network (OHTN):

Please join us for the 8th edition of our monthly online talk show with peer research associates. The talk show will be held at 2:00 pm EST on Wednesday, September 30th.

Our topic will be: GIPA/MIPA – I’ve heard of it.

How much do people really know about the GIPA/MIPA principle, and how are people implementing it?

Is the potential of GIPA/MIPA being fully realized in research?

Does the birth of the new Canadian Positive People’s Network help push the GIPA/MIPA agenda forward?

To help us discuss these issues, we are bringing together some exciting guests from across the country, including Christian Hui, Alexander McClelland and Val Nicholson.

You can register for the talk show here.

About the Author

Ontario HIV Treatment Network - Research

Ontario HIV Treatment Network - Research

The Ontario HIV Treatment Network is an independent, not-for-profit organization funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.  We are a network composed of:

  • People with HIV
  • Academic and community-based researchers
  • Members of AIDS service organizations and other community groups
  • Decision makers from all levels of government and various community groups
  • Health care providers

We promote excellence and innovation in HIV treatment, research, education and prevention in Ontario to:

  • Improve the health and well being of people with HIV
  • Contribute to HIV prevention efforts
  • Promote knowledge exchange among all HIV stakeholders
  • Ensure value for resources

For more information the OHTN please visit their website.