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ACT Research Day 2008

Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander Street

ACT Research Day 2008 is two half-day events to discuss current strategies, research, programs, and policy. Both events will feature panel presentations on research or policy, facilitated discussion and special guest presentations.

Part I: Understanding Ontario's HIV/AIDS Strategies, April 3
Part I features presentations from key stakeholders on Ontario's Aboriginal, African and Caribbean, Gay Men's and Women's HIV/AIDS Strategies, as well as moderated discussion about how the strategies relate to research, program development and advocacy.

Part II: Knowledge for Access, April 11
In Part II, community-based researchers will present current research on Ontario's trans communities, disability and HIV, and PHA involvement in the response to HIV/AIDS. A moderated discussion about the implications for service provision and policy will follow.

For more information and to register, visit

ACT Research Day is a free event. Funding is provided by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN).

Questions? Call Lydia Makoroka at (416) 340-8484 x233, or email