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Using data to drive decisions for addressing sexually transmitted blood-borne infections in Canada

When the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) was making a broad effort to engage stakeholders regarding sexually-transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBI), they needed an organization to analyze the responses to their online questionnaire. We were immediately on board: it’s one of our specialties.

The questionnaire covered perceived challenges and recommended solutions to help identify concrete actions in Canada’s response to STBBI, and has provided an abundance of important feedback and data for us to analyze.

We’ve been performing qualitative and quantitative analysis of the 1055 questionnaire responses from individuals and organizations working within STBBI and translating responses from French to English where applicable. We also prepared a final report and summary, highlighting key findings in a visually appealing and easy-to-digest style. 

We’re glad to be a part of this important work to decrease the prevalence of STBBIs in Canada.

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