Webinar: The epidemiology of diagnosed cases and national estimates of HIV in Canada

Date: Thursday, January 21 2020
Time: 10 AM Pacific time

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a continuing international epidemic and an important public health issue in Canada. The Public Health Agency of Canada works in partnership with other organizations to conduct surveillance on newly diagnosed cases of HIV in Canada. This webinar will present the major epidemiological findings from the report HIV in Canada: Surveillance Report, 2019.   In addition to routine HIV surveillance, national estimates of the number of new HIV infections, the number of people estimated to be living with HIV and Canada’s progress towards global HIV elimination targets will be presented.

To attend the webinar you need to follow these three steps:

1. Step One

Register in advance by following the link below:  https://ca01web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_w39hZ2kWQuSBwVxLuazCaA

Event password: JAN21


2. Step Two:

You will receive an email confirmation with a personalized link for you to join the webinar. Save that email until the day of the webinar.


3. Step Three:

On the day of the webinar, click the link on the confirmation email to watch the webinar. It will take you to the zoom.us site. Click “join from your browser”.

You will need internet connection to participate in Zoom webinars through the web-based interface. You may also join audio by phone for the English presentation. Please note: French interpretation is not available by phone at this time. To hear the French interpretation audio you will need to join Zoom via the web-based interface and select computer audio.