Articles tagged with: AIDS Committee of Toronto

Webinar - Addressing sexual satisfaction in an HIV-positive world

published: March, 20, 2014 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Dating, Community Events, Events, Research, Sexual Health, Health, Revolving Door, Lifestyle, Guest Authors, Living with HIV, Sex and Sexuality

ACT’s March Community Health Forum will address sexual satisfaction in an HIV-positive world. Attendance is free. The forum will also be available as a webinar

Webinar - Addressing sexual satisfaction in an HIV-positive world

The seventh workshop in the 2013-2014 series of free open discussion forums for people living with HIV hosted by the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)  is on addressing sexual satisfaction in an HIV-positive world.  It will focus on these issues:  •           Undetectable? Still need protection? •           Negotiating safer sex •         Causes of erectile dysfunction and available enhancements  The guest speakers are:  •  John Goodhew, HIV prima

Webinar - Evolving issues for participants in HIV research.

published: February, 17, 2014 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Community Events, Events, Research, Health, Revolving Door, Guest Authors, Living with HIV

ACT’s February Community Health Forum is on evolving issues for participants in HIV research. Attendance is free. The forum will also be available as a webinar.

Webinar - Evolving issues for participants in HIV research.

The sixth workshop in the 2013-2014 series of free open discussion forums for people living with HIV hosted by the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT) is on evolving issues for participants in HIV research.  It will focus on  •           The changing scope of biomedical research issues •           Questions to consider as a researcher and as a participant •           The role of the participant in the community  The guest speakers are:  •  Robert Re

Webinar - Mental health and planning for the long term

published: January, 17, 2014 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Community Events, Mental Health, Events, Health, Revolving Door, Guest Authors, Living with HIV

ACT’s January Community Health Forum is on mental health and planning for the long term. Attendance is free. The forum will also be available as a webinar.

Webinar - Mental health and planning for the long term

The fifth workshop in the 2013-2014 series of free open discussion forums for people living with HIV hosted by the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT) is on mental health and planning for the long term.  It will focus on  Brain fitness: exercising our brain Maintaining our brain health as we age Adding positive socialization and positive coping into how we think and feel  The guest speakers are:  Sean B. Rourke, Ph.D, Professor of psychiatry, University of Toronto and executive an

Webinar - HIV and kidney health

published: November, 22, 2013 Categories // Community Events, Events, Health, Revolving Door, Events, Guest Authors, Living with HIV

ACT’s November Community Health Forum is on navigating HIV and kidney health. Attendance is free. The forum will also be available as a webinar

Webinar - HIV and kidney health

The third workshop in the 2013-2014 series of free open discussion forums for people living with HIV hosted by the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)  is on HIV and kidney health.  The guest speakers is:  Alireza Zahirieh, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto and Staff Nephrologist, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre  The forum will be held on Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at 7:00 pm at the Ramada Plaza Hotel, 300 Jarvis Street in Toronto.  It will als

Webinar - Navigating HIV adulthood for young people (and those young at heart)

published: October, 15, 2013 Categories // Community Events, Events, Health, Revolving Door, Guest Authors, Living with HIV

ACT’s October Community Health Forum is on navigating HIV adulthood for young people and those young at heart. Attendance is free. The forum will also be available as a webinar

Webinar - Navigating HIV adulthood for young people (and those young at heart)

The second workshop in the 2013-2014 series of free open discussion forums for people living with HIV hosted by the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT) is on Navigating HIV adulthood for young people and those young at heart. It will focus on  Finding the right doctor and building a great relationship Strategies for staying on treatment when living a great social life Tips for safer sexual practices and harm reduction The guest speakers are: Megan Acsai, MD, CCFP, HIV physician, M

Webinar - HIV and aging: Empowerment and resilience

published: September, 09, 2013 Categories // Community Events, Events, Health, Revolving Door, Guest Authors, Living with HIV

ACT’s September Community Health Forum focuses on “HIV and aging — Empowerment and resilience”. Attendance is free. The forum will also be available as a webinar.

Webinar - HIV and aging: Empowerment and resilience

The first workshop in the 2013-2014 series of free open discussion forums for people living with HIV hosted by the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT) is on a topic requested by many people: HIV and aging — Empowerment and resilience. It will focus on Aging that is medically mindful and healthy Support from within: The changing family structure Making social and mental health choices you can live with  The guest speakers are:  Gordon A. Arbess, MD, CPCFP, Department of Fami

Our Agenda - a new type of campaign

published: July, 22, 2013 Written by // Bob Leahy - Publisher Categories // Gay Men, Mental Health, Features and Interviews, Sexual Health, Health, Population Specific , Bob Leahy - Publisher

Bob Leahy talks to ACT’s John Maxwell from Ontario’s GMSH (Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance) about an innovative new campaign which explores the connections between gay men’s emotional, mental and sexual health

Our Agenda  - a new type of campaign

The Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance (GMSH) is a network of front-line workers, HIV researchers, public health, policy makers and community members responding to gay men’s sexual health in Ontario. The GMSH works to establish long-term, goal-oriented, evidence-based strategies, tools, policies and programs that will effectively assist all of us, committed to ensuring that gay and bisexual men in our communities enjoy healthy, full sexual and emotional lives. John Maxwell is Director of Pr

Putting barebacking into context

published: June, 06, 2013 Written by // John McCullagh - Publisher emeritus Categories // Conferences, Gay Men, Events, Features and Interviews, Sexual Health, Health, Living with HIV, Population Specific , Sex and Sexuality , John McCullagh

Who barebacks and why? The AIDS Committee of Toronto’s bathhouse counsellor Rahim Thawer provides some answers.

Putting barebacking into context

What are we really taking about when it comes to barebacking? This was the question PositiveLite.com, in a video interview, posed to social worker and ACT TowelTalk bathhouse counsellor Rahim Thawer, following his presentation on this topic at the 9th annual Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance of Ontario  summit, held in Toronto in May 2013.  Putting barebacking into context is important now that we’ve begun to have more open discussions about the reality that gay guys aren’t always usi

Research for a good life!

published: May, 07, 2013 Categories // Events, Upcoming Events, Research, Health, Revolving Door, Events, Guest Authors

ACT’s annual Research Day is a free event that will enhance our understanding of HIV research in relation to stigma, mental health and HIV over the lifespan.

Research for a good life!

The AIDS Committee of Toronto’s (ACT) Research Day is an annual event for HIV/AIDS service providers, researchers, people living with HIV, policy-makers, and other community stakeholders to discuss current research and implications for programs and policy, and to develop community-based research capacity, knowledge and collaborative research opportunities for front-line staff and researchers.  The theme this year is Research for a Good Life! This half-day event features presentations a

Got SPUNK?

published: April, 22, 2013 Categories // Gay Men, Events, Sexual Health, Health, Revolving Door, Guest Authors, Population Specific

Being a gay, bi, queer or trans guy who manages his drugs and booze and who navigates the realities of HIV, STIs and stigma requires SPUNK!

Got SPUNK?

What’s SPUNK! ?  SPUNK! is a confidential, non-judgmental group for gay, bi, queer and trans men in Toronto who want to talk about drugs, alcohol, sex and PnP.  Who's Welcome?  Gay/Bi/Trans/Queer/MSM guys aged 19 and over.  What is it?  A free and confidential six week group for guys that use drugs or alcohol and want a safe place to talk about the ways that substances impact our lives. Previous group members have found the skills and tools that they learned in SPUNK! to be very us

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