CATIE is Canada’s source for up-to-date, unbiased information about HIV and hepatitis C. We connect people living with HIV or hepatitis C, at-risk communities, healthcare providers and community organizations with the knowledge, resources and expertise to reduce transmission and improve quality of life.

  • We develop and share information resources
  • We strengthen community capacity and networks
  • We connect researchers and service providers to inform each other’s work

CATIE resources we’ve added to the Sage collection include: educational guides and tools for clients and service providers; reports; evaluations of CATIE’s activities and work; presentations; operational policies and procedures; and organizational documents like our strategic plans and promotional communications.

RESOURCES

I know my HIV status: Facts about HIV testing

Publication date: 2022
I Know My HIV Status provides basic information about HIV testing and is written for people who are thinking about getting tested for HIV or have questions about HIV testing.

The Positive Side (Summer 2022): A Bright Idea

Publication date: 2022
Health and wellness magazine for people living with HIV. In this issue: Artist AA Bronson; CATIE’s influencer campaign, Face HIV With No Fear; sex work and the law; 1989’s International AIDS Conference activism; Cabenuva; intimate partner violence and HIV; and...

HIV Testing: Everything you need to know

Publication date: 2021
This resource is based on Canada’s HIV test counselling guidelines and provides comprehensive information on: What HIV is and how it is transmitted Ways to prevent HIV The benefits of getting tested for HIV Things to consider when deciding if and when to get tested...

PEP: Preventing HIV after a potential exposure

Publication date: 2021
This client brochure is for HIV-negative people who may have an unintended exposure to HIV and need information about post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) as an emergency HIV prevention option. It answers commonly asked questions about PEP and contains key messages on when...

HIV and aging

Publication date: 2020
This booklet is for people 50 or older who are living with HIV, as well as their partners, family members and caregivers. It looks at some of the issues that older adults living with HIV might face and recommends ways to stay healthy—physically, mentally, emotionally...

HIV chatterbox

Publication date: 2019
Make your own interactive paper chatterbox and test your knowledge of HIV prevention, transmission, testing and treatment. The HIV Chatterbox can be used in educational settings to spark discussion. Revised 2019.
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