CATIE regularly publishes case studies from HIV and hepatitis C programs across the country as part of our Programming Connection series.
Our latest series of case studies focuses on “health navigation” and “peer navigation” programs.
CATIE’s Programming Connection
Programming Connection is CATIE’s toolkit highlighting Canadian frontline program models, materials and planning resources in the field of HIV and hepatitis C. The latest case studies explore two innovative programs employing the “health navigation” or “peer navigation” model.
ASK Wellness Centre
Are you considering developing a health navigation program? Read how the Chronic Health Navigation Program in British Columbia improves the lives of vulnerable people with HIV, hepatitis C and other chronic health conditions.
Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region
Thinking about starting a peer navigation program? Read about the Peer-to-Peer Program in Regina, which matches peer mentors with other people living with HIV to improve engagement and retention in HIV care.
If you have any feedback or know of a successful program in your region, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CATIE is Canada’s source for HIV and hepatitis C information: http://www.catie.ca