Investigating Health-Related Quality of Life in Indigenous, African, Caribbean, and Black people living with HIV/AIDS in Ontario: OCS Data review

Funded by:
University of Toronto
Duration:
2022-2024

In partnership with Dr. Anita Benoit and the Benoit Lab this study will provide insights as to which additional treatment and/or support strategies that may impact quality of life are required for the Indigenous and ACB communities. It will offer health care providers and community organizations some insight into areas that need to be targeted and strengthened to improve the overall health and well-being of Indigenous and ACB PLWH. This project will serve as a starting point to help optimize treatment and services for these communities. Improvements in their treatment and support by incorporating quality of life may potentially help in achieving and surpassing the United Nations 90-90-90 targets.

Investigating Health-Related Quality of Life in Indigenous, African, Caribbean, and Black people living with HIV/AIDS in Ontario: OCS Data review

Funded by:
University of Toronto
Duration:
2022-2024

In partnership with Dr. Anita Benoit and the Benoit Lab this study will provide insights as to which additional treatment and/or support strategies that may impact quality of life are required for the Indigenous and ACB communities. It will offer health care providers and community organizations some insight into areas that need to be targeted and strengthened to improve the overall health and well-being of Indigenous and ACB PLWH. This project will serve as a starting point to help optimize treatment and services for these communities. Improvements in their treatment and support by incorporating quality of life may potentially help in achieving and surpassing the United Nations 90-90-90 targets.

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Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic response on chronic disease management and quality of life (QOL) in Indigenous and Black communities in Ontario
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