ACT Research Day 2013
ACT Research Day is an annual event for HIV/AIDS service providers, researchers, policy-makers, and other community stakeholders to (a) discuss current research and implications for programs and policy, and (b) develop community-based research capacity, knowledge and collaborative research opportunities for front-line staff and researchers.
The theme for ACT Research Day 2013 is Research for a Good Life! This half-day event features presentations and discussions that will enhance our understanding of HIV research in relation to stigma, mental health and HIV across the life span. In addition, small groups will discuss how the featured research may affect program and policy development, and identify research gaps.
ACT Research Day is organized by a steering committee made of members from ACT, CATIE, the OHTN and a community member. Funding is provided by the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN).