HIV Community Based Research

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CHIWOS is hiring two new Peer Research Associates!

The Canadian HIV Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Cohort Study (CHIWOS) is a 5-year, women-centred, community-based research project. It brings together researchers, clinicians, community partners, and women living with HIV from across Canada with the goal of improving the care available to women living with HIV in Canada. CHIWOS study objectives are to investigate whether women are using women-centred care, and to learn about whether women-centred care improves sexual, reproductive, emotional, and women’s health outcomes.

With the launch now under our belt, we’d like to hire an additional 2 Peer Research Associates to join our existing team, one for the Lower Mainland and the other for the Interior. Please note the Lower Mainland position is reserved for a woman identifying as African, Caribbean, or Black Canadian (ACB).

For more information and a job description please see the CHIWOS Website click here!

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