The CIHR Social Research Centre in HIV Prevention (SRC) is a not-for-profit Canadian interdisciplinary network of social researchers, community leaders, public health practitioners and policy makers committed to advancing HIV prevention efforts through novel approaches to social science research, capacity building and knowledge transfer and exchange (KTE).
Created in June 2009 through the financial support of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Centre is hosted at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto and is comprised of a dedicated team of individuals spanning diverse professions, academic disciplines, and geographies across Canada.
Publication date: 2012
Publication date: 2011
Responding to UNAIDS calls for comprehensive prevention in order to arrest and turn back the HIV epidemic, this paper considers the benfits as well as the difficulties of adopting a structural approach to HIV prevention. It considers the importance of moving beyond...
Publication date: 2010
As part of our Guest Lecture Series, the SRC welcomed Mary Crewe, Director of the Centre for the Study of AIDS, University of Pretoria, South Africa, who provided an international perspective on social and structural interventions, insights and transferable...
Publication date: 2015
Understanding the Influence of Sexual Stigma on HIV/Sexually Transmitted Infections Knowledge and Incidence, Sexual Risk Behaviour, and Access to Sexual Health Care Among Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer Women in Toronto, Canada