21st of April 2017 11:16 PM Link
16th of April 2017 01:56 PM Link
16th of April 2017 01:31 PM Link
"How many people in this world can say their work saved millions of lives?" Zev Wainberg said in a tearful eulogy.
Wainberg was part of the medical team that discovered the first antiviral drug to treat patients with the human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV."

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/mark-wainberg-hiv-aids-doctor-funeral-montreal-1.4071067
8th of April 2017 01:58 PM Link
8th of April 2017 11:27 AM Link
Congratulations to Gerardo Betancourt and Rusty Souleymanov doctoral students in the CRUISElab, on their excellent oral presentations at CAHR! #CAHR2017
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Cruising Counts: Participants' Ratings of Online Outreach Worker Interactions
Individual was friendly 92.2%
Individual used language I understood 87.1%
Individual was helpful 82.7%
I was comfortable with the interaction 80.6%
I was satisfied with the interaction 77.5%
Individual was prompt to reply 74.8%
Individual was knowledgeable and a trusted source of information 68.7%
The individual provided me with a useful referral 50%

  • “I find it difficult sometimes to remember when drop-in anonymous testing hours/locations happen, and the reminder that there is one in my ‘hood is nice.”
    Participant - Cruising Counts
  • “I wish the interaction could be simultaneous. My responses often had a long delay (like a day or two).”
    Participant - Cruising Counts
  • “The only downside is that the individual has to seek out and discover the services available to them—so having this sort of thing more accessible on apps…would be a good idea.”
    Participant - Cruising Counts