Welcome Home: A Tour of Your New PAN Website

If this is your first visit to the new PAN website (or you haven’t been and are reading about it now in PAN Weekly News) welcome! We’ve taken input from members and staff alike on what to improve and making things easy to find, and are hoping that the revised site works to meet your navigation needs.

Home Page

You can find directions to pretty much everything on the home page. Across the top you’ll see we’ve broken down our programs and projects into separate sections and the navigation tabs to take you there. Slide your cursor across and menus will drop down under each.

Scroll down the home page and you’ll find buttons to take you to specific areas:

Move further down the Home page for the link to the Fall Conference, to read the latest blogs and see what’s coming up in our webinar series. (FYI: Pacific Hepatitis C Network is on deck to showcase their Help 4 Hep BC on June 28.)

At the bottom of the page, you’ll see our Twitter feed and the sign up for PAN Weekly News at the bottom.


News and Views

The blog is newly categorized for easy navigation; choose a category if you’re looking for something specific or read them as they appear by date. Have something to share? The deadline is Monday at noon for Tuesday edition of PAN Weekly News. Let’s connect.


Programs and Resources

Each program section of the site details our ongoing and upcoming work for members. The Resources sections provide capacity building support in the form of reports, presentations, links and information from conferences and research.

At the bottom of each program and resource page, you have the option of looking at the “highlights reel”- brief descriptions of programs or resources you might not be aware of. These pieces will also connect you to information to explore in more detail if you’re interested.


Picture the PAN community

On a final note, we selected photos from around BC to reflect the different regions and seasons where PAN and PAN members do their work. Welcome home to all PAN members.



tions? Feedback? Get in touch!
Janet Madsen, Capacity Building and Knowledge Translation Coordinator,
[email protected]
Image: Jerry Meaden, Cedar Forest (Flickr Creative Commons)