Advancing Treatment, Care, and Prevention Through Research

SHARE: ​Saskatchewan HIV/AIDS Research Endeavour

PAST PROJECTS

  • Access to, acceptance of, and adherence to HIV antiretroviral therapy among Aboriginal people in Saskatchewan.
  • Building a strategic community-based response to HIV in Saskatoon.
  • Evaluation of medical adherence and perceived barriers to adherence in an urban HIV population in Saskatchewan.
  • Genetic characterization of HIV-1 infected patients and their viral quasispecies in Saskatchewan.
  • Improving Hep C treatment outcomes among current and recent injection drug users in Saskatchewan.
  • Living with HIV: Photo-stories of working, parenting and volunteering.
  • Prairie HIV Conference 2013
  • Prisme Project – Engaging and reducing risk in local at-risk populations.
  • Rural Engagement in care Planning.
  • ​Turning perceptions into prevention: Creating an education campaign for the prevention of HIV in partnership with community in Saskatoon.
  • WelTel CanWest: Text messaging promoting adherence and engagement in supporting patients from rural and remote communities.

A select list of projects that SHARE has conducted or contributed to since 2011. If you are interested in learning more about these studies, please contact us.

  • Assessing the efficacy of the Visual Aid to Understanding HIV Treatment (VAUHT) to increase knowledge of and adherence to HIV treatment.
  • Building a Community-based Response: Saskatoon Core Neighbourhood Perceptions of HIV and Barriers to Care
  • Canadian HIV Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Cohort Study Prioritizing the Health Needs of Positive Aboriginal Women (CHIWOS PAW)
  • Canadian Trials Network 222: HIV/HCV comorbidity cohort.
  • Canadian Trials Network 264: HIV/HCV Food security.
  • Community needs assessment and gap analysis for efficacious treatment and support for people living with HIV in Saskatoon
  • Community point-of-care testing trial study
  • Community preparedness in the context of HIV point-of-care testing
  • Genetic characterization of HIV-1 infected patients and their viral quasispecies in Saskatchewan.
  • HIV serodiscordant couples in Canada: A mixed-methods study of risk management, health and wellbeing for people living with HIV and their partners.
  • Improving Hep C treatment outcomes among current and recent injection drug users in Saskatchewan
  • Saskatchewan Infectious Disease Capacity Augmentation Project (SIDCAP) for reserve and rural communities of Saskatchewan evaluation
  • Saskatoon HIV peer-to-peer project evaluation
  • Social determinants of health assessment and intervention tool project
  • The Canadian Observational Cohort (CANOC) collaboration.
  • The REACH 2.0 HIV/AIDS
  • The REACH 2.0 HIV/AIDS CBR Collaborative Centre

Epidemiology

SHARE examines EMR data to assess the impact or HIV treatment and care and to establish  HIV trends occurring in Saskatchewan.

CBR Projects

SHARE partners and collaborates with different community organizations to research questions and concerns important to the HIV community.

Clinical Projects

SHARE supports and conducts projects aimed to improve clinical response and service to people living with HIV.

CURRENT PROJECTS

CURRENT AND PAST PROJECTS