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Responding to the Overdose Crisis in BC: A Rapid Assessment of Frontline and Advocacy Organizations’ Capacity- and Skills-Building Needs

On April 14, 2016, Dr. Perry Kendall, the Provincial Health Officer, declared a public health emergency under the Public Health Act as a result of a dramatic increase in the number of opioid-related overdose deaths across British Columbia (BC) since … Continue reading

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Evaluation in the Headlines: Outcomes vs. Outputs

What’s in the news about evaluation? Last week the Harvard Business Review shared an article about the distinction between outputs and outcomes in the business world. The author of the article, Deborah Mills-Scofield, argues that, “business in the 21st century needs … Continue reading

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AIDS 2012 Roundup

The international AIDS conference was hosted in Washington DC last week and for those who were unable to be there and soak it all up, here are some videos and articles that offer some perspective on the research and social … Continue reading

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