AuthorDate PublishedTitleCategoryJournalAbstract KeywordsLink
Aljassem et al.2016Gender Differences in Severity and Correlates of Depression Symptoms in People Living with HIV in Ontario, CanadaMental Health & StigmaJournal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS CareHIV, depression, gender, mental health, women, ageLink
Bekele et al.2017Trends and Correlates of Cigarette Smoking and Its Impacts on Health-Related Quality of Life Among People Living with HIV: Findings from the Ontario HIV Treatment Network Cohort Study, 2008-2014AIDS PATIENT CARE and STDscorrelates of smoking; health-related quality of life; people living with HIV; trend of cigarette smoking.
Bekele et al.2015Childhood Adversities and Physical and Mental Health Outcomes in Adults Living with HIV: Findings from the Ontario HIV Treatment Network Cohort StudyAIDS Research and Treatment
Benoit et al.2014Demographic and clinical factors correlating with high levels of psychological distress in HIV-positive women living in Ontario, CanadaKey PopulationsAIDS carePsychological distress, demographic and clinical outcomesLink
Benoit et al.2020Examining the association between stress and antiretroviral therapy adherence among women living with HIV in Toronto, OntarioKey PopulationsHIV research & clinical practiceStress, depression, antiretroviral therapy, women, HIVLink
Brennan et al.2013Socio-demographic Profile of Older Adults with HIV/AIDS: Gender and Sexual Orientation DifferencesKey PopulationsCanadian Journal on AgingAging, HIV/AIDS, older adults, mental health, socio-demographic
profile, stigma
Burchell et al. 2012Increase in transmitted HIV drug resistance among persons undergoing genotypic resistance testing in Ontario,
Canada, 2002–09
HIV CareThe Journal of Antimicrobial ChemotherapyHIV/AIDS, antiretroviral therapy, knowledge/attitudes/practice
Burchell et al. 2013Patterns of syphilis testing in a large cohort of HIV patients in Ontario, Canada, 2000–2009STIsBMC infectious diseasesSyphilis, HIV co-infections, Screening and diagnosis, EpidemiologyLink
Burchell et al. 2014Modest rise in chlamydia and gonorrhoea testing did not increase case detection in a clinical HIV cohort in Ontario, CanadaSTIsSexually Transmitted InfectionsLink
Burchell et al. 2015High incidence of diagnosis with syphilis co-infection among men who have sex with men in an HIV cohort in Ontario, CanadaSTIsBMC infectious diseasesLink
Carvalhal et al.2015Central nervous system penetration effectiveness of antiretroviral drugs and neuropsychological impairment in the Ontario HIV Treatment Network Cohort StudyJournal of NeuroVirologyHIV . CPE . Antiretroviral . Neuropsychological impairment
Chambers et al. 2022Low human papillomavirus vaccine uptake among women engaged in HIV care in Ontario, CanadaSTIsPreventive MedicineHuman papillomavirus, Vaccines, Vaccination, Women, HIVLink
Choi et al. 2015Validation of Six Short and Ultra-short Screening Instruments for Depression for People Living with HIV in Ontario: Results from the Ontario HIV Treatment Network Cohort StudyMental Health & StigmaPloS OneLink
Choi et al. 2016Adequacy of Mental Health Services for HIV-Positive Patients with Depression: Ontario HIV Treatment Network Cohort StudyMental Health & StigmaPloS OneLink
Choi et al. 2018Impact of depression and recreational drug use on emergency department encounters and hospital admissions
among people living with HIV in Ontario: A secondary analysis using the OHTN cohort study
Syndemics & ComorbiditiesPloS OneLink
Christensen et al.2023Previous Syphilis Not Associated With Neurocognitive Outcomes in People Living With Human Immunodeficiency Virus in Ontario, CanadaSTIsSexually Transmitted DiseasesLink
Emlet et al.2013Protective and risk factors associated with stigma in a population of older adults living with HIV in Ontario, CanadaMental Health & StigmaAIDS CareStigma; HIV/AIDS; older adults; aging; CanadaLink
Gibson et al.2023Mastery and Coping Moderate the Negative Effect of Acute and Chronic Stressors on Mental Health-Related Quality of Life in HIVMental Health & StigmaAIDS Patient Care and STDsLink
Gillis et al.2020aLow human papillomavirus (HPV) knowledge related to low risk perception among men living with HIV: Implications for HPV-associated disease preventionSTIsPreventive MedicineMen living with HIV, Human papillomavirus (HPV), Health knowledge,
Attitudes, Practice, Anal cancer/anus neoplasms, Perceived risk, Attitude to health, Patient acceptance of health care
Gillis et al.2013Impact of hepatitis B and C co-infection on health-related quality of life in HIV positive individualsSyndemics &
Quality of Life Research: An International Journal of Quality of Life Aspects of Treatment, Care and RehabilitationHepatitis, HIV, Quality of life, Co-infectionLink
Gillis et al.2014Risk of Cardiovascular Disease Associated with HCV and HBV Coinfection among Antiretroviral-Treated HIV-Infected IndividualsSyndemics &
Antiviral TherapyLink
Gillis et al.2020bRacial Disparities in Anal Cancer Screening Among Men Living With HIV: Findings From a Clinical Cohort StudySyndemics &
Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromesanus neoplasms, human papillomavirus, early detection of cancer,
anoscopy, anal cytology, HIV, racial disparities
Gillis et al.2022Influence of previous experience with and beliefs regarding anal cancer screening on willingness to be screened
among men living with HIV
Syndemics &
BMC public healthHIV, Men living with HIV, Anal cancer, Cancer screening, Anoscopy, Human papillomavirus (HPV), Patient acceptance of health careLink
Grewal et al.2017Serosorting and recreational drug use are risk factors for diagnosis of genital infection with chlamydia and gonorrhoea among HIV-positive men who have sex with men: results from a clinical cohort in Ontario, CanadaKey PopulationsSexually Transmitted InfectionsLink
Grewal et al.2019Syphilis Coinfection Is Not Associated With an Increased Risk of Virologic Failure Among HIV-Positive Men Who Have Sex With Men on Antiretroviral TherapyKey PopulationsJournal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (1999)HIV, syphilis, virologic failure, viral load, men who have sex with
men, antiretroviral therapy
Grewal et al.2021Low human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine uptake among men living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV):
Cross-sectional findings from a clinical cohort
STIsPreventive MedicineMen living with HIV, Human papillomavirus (HPV), Vaccination,
Primary prevention
Hillier et al2023Utilization of Indigenous cultural and health services among OCS participantsJournal of Indigenous HIV ResearchHIV, AIDS, culture, healthcare, access, Indigenous Peoples, CanadaLink
Isogai et al.2013Prediction of Health Preference Values from CD4 Counts in Individuals with HIVHIV CareMedical Decision Making: An International Journal of the Society for Medical Decision MakingCD4 count, health preference, HIV, health utility score, modelLink
Jaworsky et al.2012Comparison of late HIV diagnosis as a marker of care for Aboriginal versus non-Aboriginal people living with HIV in OntarioKey PopulationsThe Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases & Medical Microbiology = Journal Canadien Des Maladies Infectieuses Et De La Microbiologie MedicaleAboriginal peoples, Access to care, Cohort study, HIV, HIV diagnosis, Quality of careLink
Jaworsky et al.2016Comparison of coping strategies and supports between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people living with HIV in
Key PopulationsAIDS CareIndigenous population, HIV, Canada, coping, stress, social supportLink
Kendall et al.2019Lost but not forgotten: A population-based study of mortality and care trajectories among people living with HIV who are lost to follow-up in Ontario, CanadaHIV CareHIV MedicineCohort, health services, HIV, lost to follow-up, mortalityLink
Loutfy et al.2012Gender and Ethnicity Differences in HIV-related Stigma Experienced by People Living with HIV in Ontario, CanadaMental Health & StigmaPloS OneLink
Moqueet et al.2021Hepatitis C virus testing in a clinical HIV cohort in Ontario, Canada, 2000 to 2015Syndemics &
Health Science ReportsCoinfection/epidemiology, hepatitis C/epidemiology*, hepatitis C virus testing, HIV infections/epidemiology*, HIV-HCV co-infectionLink
Noh et al.2012Depressive Symptoms, Stress and Resources Among Adult Immigrants Living with HIVMental health , HIV/AIDS, Stress , Self-mastery, HIV-positive immigrants
O'Brien et al.2014aValidation of the Episodic Disability Framework with adults living with HIVHIV CareDisability and RehabilitationEpisodic Disability Framework, HIV, validityLink
O'Brien et al.2014bRelationships Between Dimensions of Disability Experienced by Adults Living with HIV: A Structural Equation Model AnalysisHIV CareAIDS and behaviorHIV/AIDS, Disability, Structural equation, modelingLink
O'Brien et al.2023Piloting an online telecoaching community-based exercise intervention with adults living with HIV: protocol for a mixed-methods implementation science studyProtocolBMJ OpenLink
O'Neill et al.2017aGastrointestinal Symptom Distress is Associated With Worse Mental and Physical Health-Related Quality of LifeHIV CareJournal of Acquired Immune Deficiency SyndromesHIV, gastrointestinal symptoms, quality of life, SF36Link
O'Neill et al.2017bBurden and risk factors for gastrointestinal symptom distress in HIV patients in the modern antiretroviral eraHIV CareAIDS CareHIV; gastrointestinal tract; diarrhoea; nausea; bloating; vomiting; weight lossLink
Raboud et al.2013Representativeness of an HIV cohort of the sites from which it is recruiting: results from the Ontario HIV Treatment
Network (OHTN) cohort study
General OCSBMC Medical Research MethodologyParticipation bias, Selection bias, HIV, Generalizability, RepresentativenessLink
Robinson et al.2017Sexual behaviors among women living with HIV in Ontario, CanadaKey PopulationsAIDS CareWomen; HIV; sex partners; sexual behavior; condomsLink
Rourke et al.2013Cohort Profile: The Ontario HIV Treatment Network Cohort Study (OCS)General OCSInternational Journal of EpidemiologyLink
Rourke et al.2020Asymptomatic neurocognitive impairment is a risk for symptomatic decline over a 3-year study periodAIDS 2020cohort study, HIV, HIV-associated dementia, HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders, replicability, reproducibility
Rueda et al.2012Mastery Moderates the Negative Effect of Stigma on Depressive Symptoms in People Living with HIVMental Health & StigmaAIDS and BehaviorHIV, Depressive symptoms, Stigma, Mastery, Social support, Cross-sectional studyLink
Rueda et al.2012Influence of employment and job security on physical and mental health in adults living with HIV: cross-sectional analysisOpen Med
Sahel-Gozin et al.2023Exploring experiences engaging in exercise from the perspectives of women living with HIV: A qualitative studyKey PopulationsPloS OneLink
Szadkowski et al.2018High retention in HIV care at a tertiary care centre in Toronto, CanadaHIV CareAIDS CareHIV; retention; inter-visit intervalLink
Wheeler et al.2017Sociodemographic and Health Profile of Heterosexual Men Living With HIV in Ontario, CanadaKey PopulationsAmerican Journal of Men's HealthHIV, men, sexual orientation, heterosexualLink
Wilton et al.2019Late diagnosis, delayed presentation and late presentation among persons enrolled in a clinical HIV cohort in
Ontario, Canada (1999–2013)
HIV CareHIV Medicine
Diagnosis, health care, HIV/AIDSLink