Category: Webinars

Webinar: HIV Estimates and Progress on 90-90-90 HIV Targets

This is a repeat of the webinar that was presented on September 6th.  In this webinar, 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. Nashira Khalil, the Manager of the HIV Estimates Unit… Read more »

Via the Smart Sex Resource, BC Centre for Disease Control       The BC Centre for Disease Control’s (BCCDC) Clinical Prevention Services (CPS) is hosting an all-day webinar series on September 17th 2018. Topics will span each of CPS’s respective program areas including: Hepatitis Tuberculosis (TB) Harm Reduction Sexually transmitted infections (STI) Human immunodeficiency… Read more »

PAN’s Positive Living Positive Homes (PLPH) research study is giving us much to think about in relation to housing and people living with HIV (PLHIV). In-depth interviews with PLHIV, service providers and policy makers took place in 2015-17, and deep analyses of rich information from these interviews are ongoing. We continue to learn about how… Read more »

Opportunities and Challenges in HIV and Housing: New & Continued Learning from Positive Living Positive Homes

PAN’s Positive Living Positive Homes (PLPH) research study is giving us much to think about in relation to housing and people living with HIV (PLHIV). In-depth interviews with PLHIV, service providers and policy makers took place in 2015-17, and deep analyses of rich information from these interviews are ongoing. We continue to learn about how… Read more »

Thursday September 6th, 10 AM Pacific time. In this webinar, 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. Nashira Khalil, the Manager of the HIV Estimates Unit will explain why and how these… Read more »

PLDI Impact Evaluation Findings

The Positive Leadership Development Institute (PLDI) has offered leadership programming to people living with HIV in BC since 2009. To evaluate the program’s effect, we used a participatory evaluation process, where peers themselves plan, develop and implement the evaluation. This is a new approach in our community, that was very rewarding and one that should be… Read more »

Webinar: Stigma Reduction Training Tools and Resources

Join us for a webinar on STBBI-related stigma reduction. The Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) is working in partnership with the Centre for Sexuality to develop knowledge translation and training resources that support frontline service professionals in the provision of safer, more inclusive and less stigmatizing sexual health, harm reduction and STBBI services. Webinar attendees… Read more »

Stigma Reduction Training Tools and Resources

Join us for a webinar on STBBI-related stigma reduction. The Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) is working in partnership with the Centre for Sexuality to develop knowledge translation and training resources that support frontline service professionals in the provision of safer, more inclusive and less stigmatizing sexual health, harm reduction and STBBI services. Webinar attendees… Read more »

Webinar: BCCDC Grand Rounds Update on Hepatitis C

As part of the World Hepatitis Day Committee Vancouver (BCCDC, HepC BC, Pacific HepC Network, CAHN, patient advocates, healthcare providers, and volunteers), we’d like to invite you to a BCCDC Grand Rounds seminar that will provide recent updates on hepatitis C (HCV) screening guidelines, testing, treatment (and coverage), and linkage to care for their patients… Read more »

Thursday July 12th, 10 AM Pacific time (1 PM Eastern) In advance of World Hepatitis Day on July 28th, the Public Health Agency of Canada is offering an encore presentation on the barriers and facilitators of screening and testing for HCV. In this webinar, officials from the Centre for Communicable Diseases and Infection Control will… Read more »