Prevention in Focus

Fall 2018 

Prevention resources

A selection of prevention resources available from CATIE’s Ordering Centre.

 

8 Questions about PrEP for Guys – CATIE, 2018
This client brochure provides basic information about pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM).

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Is Formula Good for My Baby? – CATIE, 2015
Is Formula Good for My Baby? Helps HIV-positive mothers and their service providers understand Canadian infant feeding recommendations.

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You Can Have a Healthy Pregnancy if you are Positive – CATIE, 2016
This booklet covers useful topics such as getting pregnant, having a healthy HIV-negative baby and finding support.

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Who's Got the Condom? – CATIE, 2013
Flipping fun—a pocket-sized flip book that graphically models condom use between two men.

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Hep C and Sex for Gay, Bi and Queer Men – CATIE, 2015
In recent years, groups of gay, bi and queer men – especially HIV-positive men but also HIV-negative men – have become hep C positive through sex.

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Hep C Passport – CATIE, 2016
This pocket-sized booklet allows a person living with hep C or their service provider to enter results of key tests, from genotype to fibrosis score to viral load.

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Hep C Key Messages: Hep C is passed blood to blood. Know the risks. – CATIE, 2014
This poster raises awareness about how hepatitis C is passed through blood-to-blood contact. Available in letter or tabloid size to suit your space. Part of the Hepatitis C Key Messages series.

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Hepatitis C: Get the Facts / Hépatite C : informez-vous – Public Health Agency of Canada, 2015
This bilingual pamphlet covers basic information on hepatitis C, including risk factors, testing and prevention.

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Choosing a Safer Injection Site – CATIE, 2015
This resource is a pocket-sized and easy-to-understand wallet card about where is safer, less safe and dangerous to inject drugs on the body.

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What Works: Tips for taking care of yourself if you have hep C or HIV and inject drugs – CATIE, 2014
This pocket-sized booklet contains easy-to-understand messages about how to take care of your health if you have hep C or HIV and inject drugs.

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Tips for Preventing Overdoses from Uppers – Central Toronto Community Health Centres & CATIE, 2017
This simple, folded booklet provides graphical information for clients on how to recognize and respond to someone who is overdosing on stimulants (uppers).

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Tips for Preventing Crystal Meth Overdoses – Central Toronto Community Health Centres & CATIE, 2017
This simple, folded booklet provides graphical information for clients on how to recognize and respond to someone who is overdosing on crystal meth.

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Tips for Preventing Overdoses from Downers – Central Toronto Community Health Centres & CATIE, 2017
This simple, folded booklet provides graphical information for clients on how to recognize and respond to someone who is overdosing on depressants (downers).

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Safer Sex Guide – CATIE 2016
This fun and plain-language guide helps readers take charge of their sexual health by exploring how to make sex safer and giving readers tips on preventing sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

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Sex Toy Stories: A user's guide to HIV and STI prevention – Canadian Public Health Association, 2015
This illustrated pamphlet describes the proper care and use of sex toys made from jelly, plastic, rubber, latex, cyberskin, silicone and glass.

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Practice Guidelines in Peer Health Navigation for People Living with HIV - CATIE 2018

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Summary of Recommendations - CATIE 2018
The guidelines provide agencies with research- and practice-based information and recommendations to develop implement and strengthen peer health navigation programs. Peer health navigation programs have been shown to improve health and well-being outcomes for people living with HIV.

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