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Newly funded COVID-19-related research will build knowledge on prevention and care

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To address the health challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada and around the globe, the Government […]

When pandemics collide: FIFSW professors refocus on HIV in the COVID-19 era

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Amid singular attention to the COVID-19 emergency, three FIFSW professors are calling attention to the other major […]

New podcast by Associate Professor Carmen Logie explores why stigma matters and what we can do about it

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Associate Professor Carmen Logie has launched a new podcast focused on stigma. Each episode features a different […]

Two FIFSW professors — Peter A. Newman and Carmen Logie — have articles in a special issue of Journal of the International AIDS Society

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FIFSW faculty members Professor Peter Newman and Associate Professor Carmen Logie have published articles in a special […]

Bryan Adams’ recent twitter comments exacerbate harmful stereotypes, Associate Professor Carmen Logie tells The Canadian Press

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Bryan Adams’ recent twitter remarks exacerbate harmful stereotypes and contributes to the spread disinformation, says Associate Professor […]

COVID-19 public health measures may exacerbate stigma. Associate Professor Carmen Logie offers possible ways forward

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  Public efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 can also further stigmatize vulnerable populations, but there […]

Associate Professor Carmen Logie on prejudice and fear in the wake of COVID-19

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While a greater number of people across Canada are continuing to practice social distancing, some restaurants have […]

‘Show up for people’: Associate Professor Carmen Logie on what’s fueling xenophobia amid the coronavirus outbreak

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  The risk of catching the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canada many other countries remains low, but […]

Prof. Carmen Logie on sex education and young people with disabilities

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Prof. Carmen Logie Global News interview

Prof. Carmen Logie interviewed by Xtra Magazine

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Carmen Logie, FIFSW Associate Professor and the Canada Research Chair in global health equity and social justice with marginalized populations, tells Xtra that based on her research, bisexual women are more likely to report sexual abuse and transactional sex and less likely to receive appropriate sexual health advice in comparison to other women and sexual minorities.