The Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit Series supports knowledge transfer and evidence-based skill building among people with HIV/AIDS, health and housing researchers, service providers, and policy makers at the global, national and local levels. Summit products are designed to synthesize and broadly disseminate the growing evidence base on the role of housing as health care for persons living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic illness.
A searchable bibliography of peer-reviewed journal articles related to HIV/AIDS and housing. Details for each article include: abstract, full citation and web links to the full text for articles available open source.
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Reports on housing and health prepared by governmental and non-governmental orgnaizations, organized alphabetically by author or source (including a summary of contents and web link to the full text of each report).
Web Resources of interest to housing and HIV/AIDS researchers, policy makers, providers and consumers, including global, national, regional and local organizations working on housing and health.
www.HealthyHousing.ca - a new website dedicated to providing information related to Housing and HIV/AIDS across Canada
Issue Brief and Stakeholder Dialogue - convened by the McMaster University Health Forum on Addressing Housing Challenges Faced by People with HIV in Ontario
A global Housing and HIV/AIDS satellite meeting held as part of the 2010 International AIDS Conference in Vienna
Launch of the International AIDS Housing Roundtable (IAHR), and publication of the 2010 IAHR report, More Than Just a Roof over my Head: Housing for People Living with HIV/AIDS around the World
Recognition of housing as HIV prevention and health care in the U.S. National AIDS Strategy and Opening Doors: Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness
Key Findings and Recommendations on Housing and HIV/AIDS - from a consultation with the U.S. White House Office of National AIDS Policy
AIDS & Behavior Special Issue: "Housing and HIV/AIDS", Volume 11, Supplement 2 / November 2007