Research-to-Action

Andrea Krüsi speaks at North American Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit VII with the theme 'Closing the housing gap in the HIV treatment cascade'

Andrea Krüsi, MSc, GSHI Qualitative Research Coordinator and PhD Candidate spoke at the North American Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit VII in Montreal, Quebec on 'Tensions between safety, security, and privacy in the provision of health and social services within low-barrier housing for women living with and affected by HIV'. 

The North American Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit is organized by the National AIDS Housing Coalition (NAHC), the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN), and la Coalition des organismes communautaires québécois de lutte contre le sida (COCQ-SIDA). The Summit is described as the premiere venue for informing HIV/AIDS housing policy, and brings together researchers, policy experts, consumers and providers of HIV/AIDS housing to review findings from research and policy initiatives, discuss evidence-based housing practice and policy, and develop community-driven research and advocacy strategies. The theme of this year's Summit was 'Closing the Housing Gap in the HIV Treatment Cascade' to focus on the potential of housing strategies to improve HIV treatment effectiveness.

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