Category Archives: Survey

Survey – Bloodlines Magazine Issue #15

Red Road HIV/AIDS Network is requesting your participation in a brief survey to let us know what you thought about Issue #15 of Bloodlines Magazine:  Bloodlines is a full colour magazine featuring Aboriginal Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (APHA). This magazine … Continue reading

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Community Action Initiative – 2017 MHSU Survey

Community Action Initiative is inviting all community organizations in BC that provide some form of mental health and / or substance use services to participate in our new 2017 Community Mental Health and Substance Use Sector Survey. We need your … Continue reading

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Participate in Pivot’s Project Inclusion

  Welcome to Project Inclusion – A human rights approach to HIV, HCV and overdose prevention! At Project Inclusion we believe that stigma and exclusion are not inevitable. One key way to prevent HIV, Hepatitis C and overdose is to advance the … Continue reading

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BCCDC Survey on the Development of Online HCV Course

The BCCDC education team is working on the development of an HCV online course for BC health and social care providers. They invite you to complete a 5 minute survey to: ·         help us assess the demand for an online … Continue reading

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PHAC – Online Questionnaire: How could the response to STBBI in Canada be strengthened?

How could the response to STBBI in Canada be strengthened?  We want to hear from you! The Public Health Agency of Canada would like to invite you to complete the following online questionnaire, on potential concrete actions and promising practices … Continue reading

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Learning From Each Other Survey: Best Practices in Hiring and Retaining People with Episodic Conditions

Do you have an Episodic Health Condition? Participate in our Survey! People with episodic disabilities face significant employment and income support issues. Recurring periods of ill health make it difficult to work, especially full-time. Most people with episodic disabilities must … Continue reading

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