Category: CBR Musings

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 project is seeking a Project Coordinator to coordinate and administer activities of this community-based research… Read more »

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 human rights of people who have been excluded or stigmatized in society as a result of homelessness,… Read more »

Universities Without Walls has partnered with the Faculty of Education at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) to launch a professional certificate program. Tools for Community-Based Research is a 7 week course that incorporates self-directed education modules and live online discussion. Our goal is to get you ready to participate in and contribute… Read more »

Jennifer Evin Jones (Evin) joined Pacific AIDS Network as the Executive Director (ED) in 2008. Evin has been working in the community-based response to HIV since January of 1996, after obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in History in Women’s Studies at Queens University and the Juris Doctor (or Doctor of Law) degree at University of British… Read more »

Candice is a mother of three beautiful children (2 biological) ages 21, 4, and 3. She is an aboriginal woman from the Cree/Dene nation. Candice happens to be in recovery from substance abuse going on 7+ years. She was diagnosed as being HIV+ 22 years ago when pregnant with her now 21 years old (HIV-)… Read more »

Tell us your thoughts on housing for folks living with HIV!

image by Gabe Boothroyd, The Mainlander, May 31, 2016 The Positive Living, Positive Homes (PLPH) study invites people with experience in the HIV and housing sectors in Greater Vancouver to complete a short online survey. We are particularly interested in hearing from people living with HIV, health and social service providers who work with HIV-positive… Read more »

Darcy joined PAN in the summer of 2016, as one of the new Peer Evaluators working on the PLDI Impact Evaluation team. He comes from a varied career background and is currently a licensed educator and thespian (for anyone who might recall his 2015 Fringe musical – LOCO HERO JOE). Darcy is pleased to have… Read more »

The Positive Leadership Development Institute (PLDI), a three-module leadership training program led by and for people living with HIV (PLHIV), has delivered 20 sessions of leadership training to over 167 participants in BC since 2009, when PAN’s partnership with the Ontario AIDS Network was established. The purpose of this highly-valued series of three- and four-day… Read more »

On November 2, 2016 Dr. Mark Tyndall, Executive Medical Director of the BC Centre for Disease Control, gave a presentation at AIDS Vancouver Island’s Annual General Meeting outlining the facts about supervised injection sites and what they mean to our communities. His presentation was called Moving Forward with Supervised Injection Sites … Busting the Myths and… Read more »

Heather was hired as a contractor in October 2016 to support PAN’s Evaluation and Community Based Research Programs, thanks to funding from the CBR Collaborative Centre and REACH. Collaborating with PAN staff and the Peer Evaluators on the Positive Leadership Development Institute’s impact evaluation will be a major component of Heather’s work over the coming… Read more »

Interested in conducting a program evaluation but not sure how or where to start? Curious about how you can tell if your program is having a positive impact on your participants? Needing to demonstrate program outcomes and results using rigorous program science? PAN is pleased to announce an evaluation capacity- and skills-building initiative to facilitate… Read more »