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Ontario HIV Treatment Network

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
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  • 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

 


 

 

Mar05

Sweet dreams are made of this

Wednesday, 05 March 2014 Written by // Bob Leahy - Editor Categories // Research, Health, Lifestyle, Living with HIV, Bob Leahy, Ontario HIV Treatment Network

Bob Leahy interviews sleep physician Adam Moscovitch about the connections between sleep and HIV at the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) Research Conference

Sweet dreams are made of this

Are sleep problems more common in people living with HIV and if so, why? And do common medications like Sustiva make a difference. How much sleep do people living with HIV need? 

Editor Bob Leahy interviews Adam Moscovitch at the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) Research Conference in November 2013 in Toronto about the little discussed intersections between sleep patterns and HIV. The video is below. 

Adam Moscovitch is Associate Clinical Professor with the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Calgary and Diplomate with the American Board of Sleep Medicine, the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and the American Board of Forensic Medicine. You can see his full presentation here

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