The 2015 Canadian Association for HIV Research (CAHR) conference, in Toronto, was a huge success with a number of engaging presentations. Friday May 1st, REACH held a Program Science session whose aim was to introduce Program/Implementation Science, as well as explore its pragmatics with real world examples and describe how these approaches can create more effective health interventions and solutions.
- Nancy Edwards’ thoughts on the importance of context with respect to intervention implementations,
- Kenneth Mayer’s findings in his clinical trials that allow a glimpse into people’s motivations to use (or not use) PrEP,
- James Blanchard’s views on how an academic institution can contribute to HIV prevention programs on a global scale.