The OHTN Cohort Study
The OHTN Cohort Study (OCS) is a community-governed, scientifically rigorous research initiative, designed to improve the health and well-being of people living with HIV in Ontario by promoting and supporting scientific, community-based and policy-relevant research. The OCS is a multi-site research study that collects clinical and sociobehavioural data on a cohort of participants living with HIV over time. The mission of the OCS is to develop, support and sustain a unique research database and cohort, governed by people living with HIV in Ontario and used in partnership by scientists, community-based researchers and other stakeholders.
Principal Scientific Aims of the OCS
OCS Core Commitments
News & Events
The Current Newsletter 2014
March 30, 2015
An English-language PDF of the OCS annual newsletter is available here.
OCS 2013 Data Release & Cohort Profile
November 5, 2014
Our statisticians have been working hard on preparing the OCS 2013 Data Release and Cohort Profile. Please stay tuned, as we expect these new data to be available before the end of the year!
New Fact Sheets Online
September 24, 2014
Get up to speed with the most recent OCS findings: three new Fact Sheets are now available online.
OCS SSC Co-Chair on the News
May 26, 2014
Curtis Cooper, the OCS Scientific Steering Committee Co-Chair, was on the news sharing his thoughts on the new HCV drug, Sovaldi. Watch the interview...
OCS PI on the News
May 14, 2014
Sean Rourke, the Principal Investigator (PI) of the OCS was recently interviewed on CTV to discuss British Columbia's new testing initiative and Ontario's approach to the epidemic. Watch the clip...