A/C Track Toronto
Winston Husbands , Wangari Tharao, Mark Gilbert
Study to monitor the prevalence of HIV among African, Caribbean and Black communities in Toronto, and to assess knowledge, behavioural and systemic or structural issues that may be associated with risk and vulnerability.
The primary objectives of the A/C Study are to describe the following: (1) prevalence of HIV; (2) behaviours associated with transmission of HIV; (3) testing behaviour for HIV (4) care and treatment history for HIV; (5) core knowledge related to HIV transmission and acquisition; and (6) key individual and structural factors that affect vulnerability to HIV. The secondary objectives of the A/C Study are to estimate the incidence of HIV and to evaluate access to and use of health services.
Cross-sectional descriptive survey
Toronto and Ottawa
OHTN, Public Health Funding