Are you involved in the response to HIV and hepatitis C?
Making it work: From planning to practice
Thursday, October 15 to Friday, October 16, 2015
- hepatitis C
- models of practice
- community response
- sexual health
- harm reduction
Forum Report Executive Summary
CATIE hosted its national, bilingual forum October 15 and 16, 2015. Our theme of Making it work: From Planning to Practice was in response to a pressing need for dialogue and learning regarding the frontline implications of new knowledge and approaches in HIV and hepatitis C prevention, testing, treatment, care and support.
This event brought together more than 350 people on the front lines of the Canadian response to HIV and hepatitis C, including people living with HIV, people with lived experience of hepatitis C, community workers, healthcare providers, public health practitioners, researchers, program planners and policy-makers. The CATIE Forum is an opportunity to communicate new programming knowledge, discuss the implications for frontline work, share promising practices, and strategize about building and maintaining effective programs.
The CATIE Forum also provides an opportunity to network, learn from one another, and develop new collaborations.
For more information please contact:
Joseph van Veen
Coordinator, Events and Event Marketing
555 Richmond Street West
Suite 505, Box 1104
Toronto, Ontario M5V 3B1
Tel.: 1-800-263-1638 | 416-203-7122, ext. 254
The National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCCID) conducted a series of interviews with speakers at the CATIE Forum 2015. The interviews are now available online for viewing in English and French.