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Canadian Observatory Cohort (CANOC) is Canada’s first pan-provincial cohort of people living with HIV who are taking, or who have taken, antiretroviral medications. Saskatoon contributes to this study from two sites – the Positive Living Program and West Side Community Clinic.  More information about this study can be found at


The Canadian HIV/HCV Coinfection Cohort (CTN-222) is a national study that looks at health issues specific to people living with both HIV and Hepatitis C (HCV), namely, the effect of HIV medication and treatment interruptions on liver disease progression. This is a prospective cohort study; patients who agree to participate are enrolled in the study and, every six months, they complete a questionnaire and provide a sample of blood.  More information about this study can be found at


The Saskatchewan HIV/AIDS Research Endeavour (SHARE) is a research initiative organized by clinicians and researchers who are invested in building a better response to the HIV epidemic in Saskatchewan.  Over the last number of years the people at SHARE have worked hard to expand this cooperative into a nonprofit research group that is focused on building research capacity in Saskatchewan and providing evidence-based support and solutions to key issues impacting HIV treatment, care, and preventative programming throughout the province.   More information about this initiative can be found at


Women, ART and the Criminalization of HIV (WATCH) is a community-based research project that examines how the criminalization of HIV non-disclosure is understood and experienced by women living with HIV across Canada. The WATCH team also examines how the criminalization of HIV non-disclosure impacts women’s social and sexual relationships, and their interactions with legal, health and social service providers.  More information about this study can be found at


Last Modified: Wednesday, May 23, 2018 |
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