SHARE is an easy-to-search, real-time repository of HIV-related systematic reviews. Whether you’re a researcher, healthcare provider or policymaker, SHARE provides a ‘one-stop shop’ for HIV-related information that has been published through a systematic review.
The Ontario HIV Epidemiology and Surveillance Initiative (OHESI) is a provincial collaboration between agencies involved with HIV epidemiology and surveillance in the province. The website provides access to timely, relevant, comprehensive information about the epidemiology of HIV in Ontario.
The library consists of sample tools that staff/managers can adapt to their unique contexts. The tools are designed for gathering informal and formal feedback from clients and volunteers (e.g., client satisfaction surveys, volunteer program survey, informal feedback form, etc.). Staff can request one-on-one support to revise these tools by submitting an EBPU service request for evaluation.
An overview of the report” The Current State of the HIV Epidemic in Indigenous Communities” was created October 2015. The report can be used by service providers to have a better picture of the burden of HIV in Indigenous communities in Ontario.
The REACH Evaluation Toolkit is designed to direct you to useful tools and resources and to give you short, cursory look at evaluation or a long, detailed exploration on various evaluation topics.
This is a program evaluation e-learning module.
A show that puts the positive in podcasting. Our program is created by and for people living with HIV to explore HIV research in ways that matter. We’re based in Toronto but global in outlook and we’re produced by Universities Without Walls.
Talk about HIV research in a fun social environment every month, one evening from 6:00-7:30 pm or until you can’t take it anymore and leave. Check out this link to get more information!
This collection of eModules about community based research uses HIV as primary example. The evolving series is the result of collaborations with OHTN research stakeholders. Each eModule has been designed, implemented, piloted and evaluated. A learning management system delivers pedagogical individual/aggregate results. Learners include PHAs, academics and clinicians.
OHTN provides training and individualized support to agency staff so that they can evaluate their own programs and services. This support includes one-on-one consultation (to develop an evaluation plan), revision of any existing tools and data collection practices and the creation of new evaluation tools, if required.