The CATIE Ordering Centre provides resources free-of-charge to AIDS service organizations, healthcare providers and other frontline service providers across Canada.* For help with finding resources and placing orders, please visit our FAQ page.
Frequently Asked Questions about Hepatitis C - Simplified chinese
This booklet written in English and simplified chinese offers basic information on hepatitis C in Canada and is intended for immigrants and newcomers.Order
Frequently Asked Questions about Hepatitis C - Tagalog
This booklet written in English and tagalog offers basic information on hepatitis C in Canada and is intended for immigrants and newcomers.Order
Frequently Asked Questions about Hepatitis C - Urdu
This booklet written in English and urdu offers basic information on hepatitis C in Canada and is intended for immigrants and newcomers.Order
Getting Started: Important things to know when you have hepatitis C
If you have just found out you have hepatitis C or you found out a while ago and want to learn more about hepatitis C then this guide is for you.Order
The Antiretroviral Guide: A tool for providing seamless care and Assessing Antiretroviral Therapy in Hospitalized HIV+ Patients
The Antiretroviral Guide pocket card, which is a Canadian version, is a tool designed to assist health care workers in providing seamless care and assessing antiretroviral therapy in hospitalized HIV+ patients.Order
International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia - 17 May 2017
The International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, held on May 17 every year, is a rallying event offering an opportunity for people to get together and reach out to one another. CATIE promotes the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia and encourages organisations and individuals to highlight this event in their environment. Publications designed for the LGBTQ community are available to download or order from the CATIE Ordering Centre (English and French).
* Please note that some resources available through the Ordering Centre contain language, information and images related to sexuality and drug use, and may not be intended for people of all ages. CATIE ensures that these resources, developed to help prevent the transmission of HIV, hepatitis C and other infections, are written and reviewed by health experts for content accuracy. Organizations ordering these materials must review them to determine that the content is appropriate for their intended audience.