U of T’s CRUISElab is an interdisciplinary social work research lab that focuses on the health and well-being of gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men. Prof. David Brennan and researchers hope to build a sense of community by using social media apps to promote sexual health and then track the tactic’s effectiveness in reaching the desired audience.
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“Bad blood: Breaking down Canadian Blood Services’ blood donation restrictions for sexually active gay men” is an […]
Q & A: Professor David J. Brennan explores the impact of COVID-19 on the LGBTQ2+ community in CanadaCategories: David Brennan, Faculty in the News
Professor David J. Brennan has been working to better understand COVID-19’s impact on the LGBTQ2+ community. […]Carmen Logie, David Brennan, Peter Newman
Amid singular attention to the COVID-19 emergency, three FIFSW professors are calling attention to the other major […]David Brennan, Faculty in the News
Scott Thompson Show – with Anthony Urciuoli in for Scott –
Why are STI’s on the rise?
There’s been an alarming increase in the amount of STI’s found across Canada, including anew surge in Syphillis. What’s the cause and what can be done?
Professor Brennan’s interview is from approximately 1:15-15:50
Guest: David Brennan, Professor, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto
Also on the show:
A story had made rounds last month in regards to a “Gamer Girl” who streams herself playing video games. She decided to sell her bath water for $30. Anthony Ucriuoli wants to know why people are buying it!
Guest: Kristin Sunata Walker, CEO or everythingEHR and the MHNR Network, been working within the health care field for more than two decades. She started out in medical billing for an Urgent Care center in Southern California. Kristin is also the host of Mental Health News Radio.
Last night was the second half of the Democratic debate. Who actually came out on top? Who were surprise hits and who didn’t do too well?
Guest: Reggie Cecchini, Global News Correspondent based in Washington D.C.
The Surfer Bros are a (comedic) duo who attend municipal city council meetings, around California, pushing for controversial legislation. One of their latest battles is getting Nickelback diplomatic immunity in the U.S.
Chad Kroeger and JT, Surfer Bros
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It’s been 35 years since the cause of HIV was discovered.
Here’s what has changed since this virus was discovered, and what the outlook is today for someone with an HIV diagnosis.