Bob Leahy talks about a project called Positive Quitting involving PositiveLite.com and the OHTN to put smoking cessation back on the table for those who want to quit and help improve the health and wellbeing of people living with HIV
The Dr Peter House in Vancouver is a supportive housing facility for people living with HIV with complex needs that include a supervised injection service. Bob Leahy talks to Rosalind Baltzer-Turje about why this approach to specialized housing works.
For the last seven years the Ontario HIV Research Network (OHTN) has researched the connections between housing and health outcomes for people living with HIV. Bob Leahy talks to the OHTN’s Sean Rourke about what has been achieved
In a video interview, Darwin Fisher, manager of Insite, Vancouver’s supervised injection site, talks with PositiveLite.com publisher John McCullagh about this innovative program and how it addresses the needs of Canada’s most marginalized community.
The incidence of HIV in Saskatchewan is twice as high as in any other province of Canada. In a video interview, PositiveLite.com publisher John McCullagh talks with the medical health officer for that province’s HIV leadership team to find out why.
In the second of an ongoing series, Bob Leahy is interviewed about networking in preparation for the 2013 Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) Research Conference in Toronto to help people get the most out of the Conference.
Bob Leahy was at the recent North American Housing & HIV/AIDS Summit In Montreal. Here’s his report on the strong connection that was discussed there between affordable, suitable housing and health and wellness outcomes – and how gaps are being addressed