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Eric Mykhalovskiy

Sociology

Experience in LGBT2SQ research

My experience related to LGBT health has focused on HIV/AIDS. I was the founding staff person of the Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange and served on its board for a number of years. In the early 1990s I served as an advisory committee member for the HIV/AIDS programme of the Toronto Counselling Centre for Lesbian and Gays. I have done community-based research on questions of access to HIV-related health and social services for people living with HIV/AIDS. I have also done work on the healthwork of people living with HIV/AIDS in the context of new antiretroviral therapy. I am a current steering committee member of AIDS ACTION NOW.

Interest in LGBT2SQ research

My experience related to LGBT health has focused on HIV/AIDS. I was the founding staff person of the Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange and served on its board for a number of years. In the early 1990s I served as an advisory committee member for the HIV/AIDS programme of the Toronto Counselling Centre for Lesbian and Gays. I have done community-based research on questions of access to HIV-related health and social services for people living with HIV/AIDS. I have also done work on the healthwork of people living with HIV/AIDS in the context of new antiretroviral therapy. I am a current steering committee member of AIDS ACTION NOW.

Published Work

  • Eric Mykhalovskiy. 2008. Beyond decision making: Class, community organizations and the healthwork of people living with HIV/AIDS. Contributions from institutional ethnographic research. Medical Anthropology: Cross Cultural Studies in Health and Illness. 27(2):136-63.
  • Mykhalovskiy, E, Patten, S., Sanders, C., Bailey, M. and Taylor, D. 2008. Beyond Buzzwords: Towards a Community-Based Model of the Integration of HIV Treatment and Prevention. AIDS Care. FORTHCOMING
  • Making Care Visible Research Group (Bresalier, M., L. Gillis, C. McClure, L. McCoy, E. Mykhalovskiy, D. Taylor, and M. Webber). 2002. Making Care Visible: Antiretroviral Therapy and the Health Work of People Living with HIV/AIDS. A Research Report funded by the Positive Action Fund, administered by the AIDS Program Committee, AIDS Bureau, Ontario Ministry of Health.
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