The Canadian Alliance in HIV and HCV Knowledge to Action (K2A) is a joint effort of the Canadian Society for International Health (CSIH) and the Canadian Association for HIV Research (CAHR) focusing on program science – applying theory and knowledge to improve public health programs.
The K2A Alliance, in collaboration with community members, policymakers, educators, practitioners/service providers and researchers, uses program science and implementation science to improve the health and well-being of people affected by HIV, HCV and STBBI in communities across Canada.
K2A activities include HIV and HCV program science/implementation science sessions at CAHR and CSIH conferences, science cafes, program science workshops, fostering academic/community interactions, and e-learning modules related to program science.
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Click here for information about past K2A activities.
Projects led by the Alliance include the direct participation of HIV and HCV service organizations and persons living with HIV and HCV.
The HIV and HCV Knowledge to Action program is funded by the Community Action Fund (PHAC).