Category: Conferences and Special Events

In conjunction with the 20th Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research (CAHR 2011) in Toronto, we will be hosting an event on April 13 and 14, 2011, to initiate the development of a comprehensive national research agenda for women, transwomen, girls and HIV/AIDS in Canada. The event will bring together diverse stakeholders including people who… Read more »

Renewing Our Response First Annual Provincial APHA Forum

  March 28 and 29, 2011 Coast Plaza Hotel, Vancouver This forum will be filled with valuable information, networking opportunities and much, much more. Please watch for an agenda coming soon. Scholarships are available for those travelling from outside the Lower Mainland.  Please encourage all Aboriginal members of your organizations to apply. Registration form downloads:… Read more »

Literacy Lives: Training Health Allies

  The Community Education Program at Simon Fraser University and our partners are developing Literacy Lives, a pilot program that focuses broadly on improving HIV health indicators in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. In the Literacy Lives Certificate in Community Capacity Building, learners will deepen skills, knowledge and practice as community leaders in creating healthy community. Their… Read more »

Online Certificate in Harm Reduction

Harm reduction is an internationally recognized means of redressing the harms associated with the use and distribution of illicit and licit drugs. It helps people to reach higher levels of health, functionality, self-efficacy and social membership, and also helps end suffering and save lives. On its most basic, on-the-street level, harm reduction is about providing… Read more »

      This workshop will: Increase the capacity of media representatives to report on new HIV prevention technology (NPT) trials with accuracy and sensitivity; Raise skills amongst community‐based organizations to critically analyze media discourse about HIV prevention trials; Increase the capacity of community   Date: Saturday February 12, 2011 Time: 9:00 am to 5:00… Read more »

The Positive Women’s Network and the Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development (ICAD) present: New HIV Prevention Technologies and Ethical Challenges: An Introductory Workshop Date: Thursday, February 10 and Friday February 11, 2011 Time: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Location: 1033 Davie St, Room 103, Vancouver Lunch: Will be provided Registration: No cost. Please register… Read more »

    Registration is now open for two professional development training and networking sessions for PAN member agencies. Prevention Education Workers Training & Networking – March 1 & 2, 2011 Volunteer Managers/Workers Training & Networking – March 9 & 10, 2011 Click on the titles above to see all the registration details, along with a… Read more »

Travel Awards to attend Grant Writing Workshops

In partnership with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) HIV/AIDS Research Initiative, the CIHR Centre for REACH in HIV/AIDS, and Universities Without Walls (UWW), the Ontario HIV Treatment Network is pleased to offer travel awards to eligible participants across Canada to attend the following grant writing workshops: CIHR CBR Masters Award Grant Writing Workshop… Read more »

Harm Reduction Canada 2011 – Change of Date

Harm Reduction Canada 2011 – A National Conference CHANGES: Due to health concerns with the convener, the conference has been postponed. It will now be held in July, 2011. There are many benefits to this delay – along with warm weather, we are now able to hold the conference at Carleton University with accommodations on… Read more »

  AIDS Vancouver Island’s 25th Anniversary Fundraising Lottery. For 25 years, AIDS Vancouver Island has been working to improve the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS and prevent more people from becoming infected. Please help us move toward our ultimate goal of an AIDS-free Vancouver Island by purchasing a chance to win spectacular works of… Read more »

Dear Colleagues, In conjunction with the 20th Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research (CAHR 2011) in Toronto, we will be hosting an event on April 13 and 14 2011, to initiate the development of a comprehensive research agenda for women, transwomen, girls and HIV/AIDS in Canada. The event will bring together diverse stakeholders including people… Read more »

We welcome abstracts that cover all aspects of HIV research. Abstract submissions are grouped into the following four tracks: Basic Sciences Clinical Sciences Epidemiology and Public Health Sciences Social Sciences For more information on the subjects within each track, visit the Abstract page of the CAHR 2011 website. The abstract submission closes on Monday, December… Read more »