Research at the Dr. Peter Centre

Our Knowledge Translation and Exchange program allow us to share our model of HIV care with other jurisdictions.

The Dr. Peter Centre makes an impact in HIV care locally, nationally and internationally through our research and knowledge translation work.

We are committed to working together with researchers, program participants, and like-minded organizations to improve health care for people living with HIV.

Internal evaluation efforts and external research initiatives have shown the Dr. Peter Centre’s model of care effectively engages our participants and residents in health care. Our Knowledge Translation and Exchange program allow us to share our model of HIV care with other jurisdictions.

Below are a few of the key studies conducted either by or in collaboration with the Dr. Peter Centre.

HIV & The Dr. Peter Centre

Presentation: Snack Chat

Research lectures for community users

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Presentation: Aging Gay Men program

Working to reduce social isolation

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Poster: Integrated harm reduction services

For residents living at the Dr. Peter Centre

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Paper: Integrated HIV care and service engagement

Vancouver became among the first jurisdictions to implement TasP (Treatment as Prevention)

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Studies into food and nutrition

Paper: I do my best eating while I'm using

Mapping foodscapes

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Poster: Food As Harm Reduction

Intersection of food security and access

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Supervised Injection Services and iOAT Program

Paper: HIV suppression

and illicit drug use

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Poster: Health Care Strategy

and Supervised Injection Services

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Presentation: Supervised Injection Sites

Lessons learned

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Presentation: iOAT

Lessons learned

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Program Summary: iOAT

Objectives and Outcomes

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