Category: Conferences and Special Events

  A Virtual Series: Session 1 Living Your Best Life with HIV: Wholistic Healing Map as a Potential Framework   Friday January 29, 2021   Session 2 Living Your Best Life with HIV: Indigenous Peoples in Canada   Monday February 1, 2021 Session 3 Living Your Best Life with HIV: Key Populations   Thursday February… Read more »

CAHR 2021 Virtual: Submit Abstracts and Apply for Scholarships

Given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research (CAHR 2021) will be going virtual. CAHR 2021 Virtual will take place in May 2021. CAHR is excited to announce that this meeting will be delivered on a new and exciting technological platform, to provide an interactive and user-friendly experience. Virtual conference participants… Read more »

You are invited to a free online event that includes a screening of HIV: Healing Inner Voices on Dec 3, 2020;  11 AM – 1 PM Pacific time. Register Now – Tickets are limited. Check out our Trailer. In HIV: Healing Inner Voices, the lived experiences and voices of eight diverse Indigenous people living with… Read more »

You’re Invited to AVI Annual General Meeting

On behalf of AVI’s Board of Directors, we would like to invite you to AVI’s Annual General Meeting on Tuesday November 24 from 12:00-1:30 PM Pacific time via Zoom. This year’s guest speaker will be Nathan Lachowsky, a community-based HIV researcher, facilitator of enquiry-based learning, and health equity advocate. Nathan, an Associate Professor at the… Read more »

Updated! Click here to view on-demand. Date: Wednesday December 2, 2020 Time: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM Pacific time     Registration is open for our next virtual event*. We are pleased to be working in collaboration with the Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research (CISUR) to bring you a day-long virtual event featuring community… Read more »

The Pacific Hepatitis C Network (PHCN) is excited to invite your participation in a short-term project that aims to gather perspectives, knowledge, and wisdom to inform the multi-stakeholder BC HCV Elimination Forum, scheduled for February 2021. To encourage commitment and action towards eliminating hepatitis C in Canada, the Canadian Network on Hepatitis C (CANHepC) plans… Read more »

2020 World AIDS Day & Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week

Amid the public health crises of COVID-19 and overdose deaths, plus a heightened awareness of systemic racism that plays out in healthcare and other services, Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week (December 1-5) and World AIDS Day (December 1) are undoubtedly going to look different this year. We welcome hearing what you and your communities are doing… Read more »

2019-20 Year in Review: Training and Leadership

The Year in Review   PAN’s Training and Leadership department offers in-person training events, virtual knowledge sharing and capacity building events; and a wealth of continuously updated resources via our website.  As in years past, we have presented a range of in-person events. However, with the emergence of COVID-19, we had to reshape the events… Read more »

2019-20 Year in Review: Community-Based Research

The Year in Review This year has been a busy one for the Community-Based Research (CBR) Department at PAN! We currently support three signature CBR projects – the BC People Living with HIV Stigma Index, Making it Work, and Positive Living, Positive Homes. We also support capacity-building relating to CBR with our members and allies… Read more »

2019-20 Year in Review: Collective Impact Network

The Year in Review   In the last year, through the omnipresent and work-altering impacts of COVID-19, PAN has continued to steer the ‘coordinated and effective community-based response to HIV and hepatitis C in our province’, the stated goal of the Collective Impact Network (CIN). An added uncertainty was that all the community contracts with… Read more »