Overview

The CTN supports the development and publication of evidence-based guidelines to enable the timely translation and uptake of knowledge generated through our research to support the use of best practices by clinicians, community members, and policy makers and improve health outcomes.

This process, conducted in collaboration with relevant stakeholders, is a central component of of our knowledge translation strategy.

2017 Canadian Guidelines on PrEP and nPEP

2017 Canadian Guidelines on PrEP and nPEP

New HIV infections occur every year in Canada, highlighting the need for integrated prevention programs. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and non-occupational post-exposure prophylaxis (nPEP) are two important strategies for preventing HIV.

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2016 HIV-HCV Coinfection Guidelines

2016 HIV-HCV Coinfection Guidelines

Hepatitis C (HCV) coinfection occurs in 20–30% of Canadians living with HIV. These guidelines update national standards for management of HCV-HIV coinfected adults in the Canadian context. The document addresses patient workup and treatment preparation, antiviral recommendations overall and in specific populations, and drug-drug interactions.

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Canadian HIV Pregnancy Guidelines

Canadian HIV Pregnancy Guidelines

The CHPPG is a comprehensive evidence-based clinical practice guideline document that includes 36 recommendations on HIV pregnancy planning (preconception) in the Canadian context for multiple clinician stakeholders. While written for clinicians, the guidelines are intended to offer guidance and support to patients as well.

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