Knowledge Translation

The Canadian HIV-HCV Co-infection Guidelines list 53 specific recommendations for:

  • Evaluating co-infected patients
  • Addressing barriers to care
  • Selecting treatments
  • Determining treatment timing
  • Addressing drug-to-drug interactions.

2016 HIV-HCV Coinfection Guidelines

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The Canadian HIV Pregnancy Guidelines list 24 specific recommendations for:

  • Antenatal care
  • Intrapartum care
  • Postpartum care

Canadian HIV Pregnancy Guidelines

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