Peer outreach point-of-care testing as a bridge to hepatitis C care for people who inject drugs in Toronto, Canada

People who inject drugs have high rates of hepatitis C (HCV) and yet many remain undiagnosed and untreated. HCV treatment guidelines and elimination strategies recommend task-shifting to expand where, and by whom, HCV testing and care is delivered.

Evaluating networked drug checking services in Toronto, Ontario: study protocol and rationale

This study addresses evidence gaps on the emerging continuum of overdose prevention responses and will generate critical evidence on a novel approach to reducing the ongoing high incidence of drug-related morbidity and mortality in Canada and elsewhere

Beyond Viral Response

A prospective evaluation of a community-based, multi-disciplinary, peer-driven model of HCV treatment and support.

Engagement in Group Psychotherapy Among Marginalized Individuals With Hepatitis C

This article examines an innovative psychoeducational group model at a community based hepatitis C treatment program in Toronto, Canada.

Diabetes in the Real World: Why Treat People Without Changing What Makes Them Sick?

In August 2012, the Diabetes Education Community Network of East Toronto (DECNET), a community program based in SRCHC, undertook a new initiative to build awareness and support action to address the impact of the social determinants of health on diabetes management.