CRUISElab | Community-Based Research Lab2023-01-18T07:59:32+00:00
Cruiselab - Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto.


CRUISElab is an interdisciplinary social work research lab focused on using community-based research methods and principles to examine the optimal health and wellbeing of gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (GBM), particularly men who experience being marginalized by age, ethnoracial identity, HIV status, location, socio-economic status and/or Aboriginal identity.

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Want to learn more about young gay/bi/queer guys' health and wellness? Want to understand how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted young gay guys in terms of mental health? Consider joining our next cohort of the Investigaytors.
Are you a gay, bi, trans, queer man or Two-Spirit or non-binary person (GBT2Q) interested in community-based research and improving access to healthcare, sexual pleasure, health and wellness? (1/4) CRUISElab photo
Today we remember those we have lost, and also recognize the strength, resilience, and contributions to community from people living with HIV who are surviving and thriving. 🧵
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PLEASE SHARE | Part-Time Employment Opportunity: Program Coordinator for the Investigaytors project with CRUISElab.
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Kiarmin Lari (he/they) is a settler in Tkaranto, a meeting place for many Indigenous nations, otherwise known as the city of Toronto. He is currently completing his MSW at Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work with a special focus on mental healthcare. (1/3) CRUISElab photo