As new knowledge and evidence emerge about effective approaches to the prevention, testing, care and treatment of sexually transmitted and bloodborne infection (STBBI) our practice must effectively increase awareness, uptake and proper use of new approaches.
The CATIE statements summarize the best available evidence on the effectiveness of new approaches. These statements were developed to help service providers in Canada adapt their programs and incorporate evidence into their messaging.
- CATIE statement on the distribution of a full range of harm reduction supplies as an evidence-based approach to reducing a range of preventable harms
- CATIE statement on the use of antiretroviral treatment (ART) to maintain an undetectable viral load as a highly effective strategy to prevent perinatal transmission of HIV
- CATIE statement on hepatitis C treatment efficacy among people who use drugs
- CATIE statement on the HIV self-test as a highly effective tool for increasing uptake of testing in Canada