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K2A Resources

K2A Resources

There are excellent approaches and novel interventions that are taking place in community-based organizations across the country, which are demonstrating success in combatting HIV/HCV/STBBI related issues.  Yet, despite these many advances, HIV/HCV/STBBI continues to persist.  While supporting ongoing research is vital, a critical gap exists in taking the knowledge developed and effectively implementing it. It is this gap between knowledge and implementation that the K2A program seeks to address.

Below are a series of resources, developed in collaboration with community members, policymakers, educators, practitioners/service providers and researchers, that will help you bridge the gap:



Top Tips for Sexual Health Research/Interventions with Displaced, Refugee Populations

Disponible en Français: Conseils pour la recherche en santé sexuelle avec les personnes déplacées et réfugiées

Tips for Qualitative Research Using Online Focus Groups and Interviews
Disponible en Français: Conseils pour la recherche qualitative à l'aide des groupes de discussion et des entrevues en ligne

Top Tips to Include Lived Experience in Research

Participatory Visual Methods

How to Prepare Scientific Posters

Online Learning Events: Tips to Design, Implement & Evaluate

Exploring HIV Stigma and Black Masculinities 

Tools for Social Behavioural Community-Based Research in HIV

Drugs, Policy and Harm Reduction

Presenting Online 101

Outcome Evaluation 101

Infographic Design 101

Participant Observation 101



Being Pragmatic in getting to the 90-90-90 Targets in Canada

Program Science in HIV and HCV

A Patient Takeover? Integrating Program Science with Community-Based Peer Researchers

Implementation Research in HIV, HCV & STBBIs Interventions

Responding to lived realities: The role of community-based peer researchers

Testing, Reaching the Undiagnosed and Linkages to Care: Action Strategy to Diagnose >95% in 5 years

Program Science – Enhancing Health Coverage and Equity through Partnership

90-90-90 and the Trajectory Towards HIV Epidemic Control

Getting to Zero: HIV Infections among Black MSM - Evidence-based Approaches, Emancipation-based Practices, and Equity-focused Impact

Professional Development Virtual Workshop for Infectious Disease Researchers

Using Program Science to Improve Outcomes in HIV Prevention and Care 

Eshwiitood Ni-Kwayachi-Kuskehtanan: Ready, Willing, and Able! (Comunity-Based Research Skill Building Workshop)

Reality Check: Considerations for Community-Based Research 



BOTH SIDES NOW – Teaching our Research Communities about the Potentials for Peer Researchers in Intervention Research

POZ & HI IN C19 – A Red Table Talk on HIV Research & Community Programming

ARTS-​BASED RESEARCH INTERVENTIONS HIV AND HEP C – A Red Table Talk on HIV Research & Community Programming

K2A Resources