The HIV, Health and Rehabilitation Survey
The aim of this survey is to describe the health-related challenges experienced by adults living with HIV, identify other health conditions they may be living with, and the rehabilitation services and living strategies that they use to manage their health challenges.
Why is this Study Being Done?
People living with HIV may face a range of health challenges due to HIV, side effects of treatments, or other health conditions, such as:
Physical symptoms like pain or fatigue;
Mental health challenges like difficulty remembering and;
Challenges participating in community life like work and relationships.
Different services can help people living with HIV deal with these challenges. But we do not know what types of services people living with HIV are using, how often they are using them, and whether they think these services are helping to manage their challenges.
What is the Goal of this Research?
The goal is to understand the range of health conditions that people with HIV are living with, the types of health challenges they experience, and how they deal with them.
Who Can Participate?
Adults (18 years or older) living with HIV in Canada are invited to take part in this research study.
Why Should I Participate?
Knowing the range of health conditions that people with HIV are living with, the types of health challenges they experience, and how they deal with them can help people living with HIV, AIDS service organizations, health care providers, and community leaders better understand how to meet the needs of people living with HIV.
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