CTN committees meet to review protocols, monitor trials in progress, set priorities and debate policy. They also advise the Steering Committee to ensure that all trials maintain the highest scientific and ethical standards. Committee members are bound by strict rules of confidentiality. In addition to its standing committees, the CTN has a number of ad hoc committees and working groups on topics such as ethics review, postdoctoral fellowships, international research, and cohort studies. For more information about CTN committees please see our Committees page.
The CIHR Canadian HIV Trials Network (CTN/Network) is an innovative partnership funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to…
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CTN Postdoctoral Fellow Dr. Malika Sharma writes about the current state of PrEP in Canada and how CTN 303 looks to change the way these HIV prevention drugs are delivered.
Hi everyone! My name is Sonia, and I’m one of the Communications and Knowledge Translation Interns working with the CTN this summer.