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PAN JOB POSTING: Making It Work Research Coordinator

Making It Work Research Coordinator (Part-time) Position: Research Project Coordinator Status: Part Time Position (~12 hours per week) Time Period: 44 week position Remuneration: $23-$25/hr Location: Anywhere in the Province   The Pacific AIDS Network and the Making It Work … Continue reading

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PHAC’s Evaluation Report Guide and Compendium Online

We have worked with the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) to post all of their evaluation tools up on the REACH Website. These tools are meant to be used as a resource to community-based organizations submitting proposals for the … Continue reading

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Canadian Evaluation Society’s BC and Yukon Chapter Announces Next Conference

We are pleased to announce that the 2017 Canadian Evaluation Society Annual Conference will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, April 30th to May 3rd at the Westin Bayshore on the waterfront in downtown Vancouver. The theme of the conference, … Continue reading

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New PAN Evaluation Indicators Resource for Community-Based HIV and HCV Organizations

PAN has recently launched a new, online tool to support the building of shared, or common measures for community-based HIV and HCV Organizations in BC. This tool outlines a series of indicators that can be used to measure the contribution community-based HIV/HCV … Continue reading

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SHAPE Study is Recruiting Participants

The BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS’ SHAPE study, launched in March 2016, is looking for participants. The purpose of this study is to learn what challenges individuals face accessing HIV care and treatment in the context of increased funding … Continue reading

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New Resources on Participatory Evaluation and Impact Evaluation

The term “evaluation” can often be intimidating to people who don’t work in the field or for people who are just beginning an evaluation, and we would like to make their purpose simple. Evaluations serve to answer the questions: What … Continue reading

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