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Blog: January 2021

HIV/STI risk calculators: What do online users want?

Background

Risk calculators for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) use responses to sociodemographic (e.g., age, sex, ethnicity, geographic location), health status, or behavioural questions to estimate a...

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MindMapBC: An online database of LGBTQ2+-affirming mental health supports

Collaborators at the Health Initiative for Men, the Community-Based Research Centre, and Simon Fraser University have developed and launched...

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HIV Self-Test approved for use in Health Canada

What is an HIV self-test?

Point of Care (POC) HIV tests, also known as “rapid” HIV tests, screen for HIV antibodies and have been used in clinics and...

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