Category: Webinars and Online Learning

You’re invited to join the Community Based Research Centre and CATIE for the second webinar in the gbMSM Health Series to be held Tuesday, February 28th at 10am PST. You can register here. Generations, Life Course, & Gay Men’s Health: Findings from the 2014/2015 National Sex Now Survey Over 8,000 participants completed the 2014/15 iteration of the… Read more »

Ready for Some Pillow Talk? Quick tips for Quality Care This year, Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Week (SRH Week) will take place from February 12-18 with the theme: Ready for some pillow talk? The 2017 campaign will build on last year’s campaign by asking health care providers to “start the conversation” for the best… Read more »

As part of our commitment to building a Network for gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (gbMSM), including Trans and Two-Spirit men, the Community Based Research Centre (CBRC) has partnered with CATIE to offer a webinar series dedicated to gbMSM health. Launched in January 2017, the webinar series will be offered… Read more »

Fri, 13 January 2017 8:00 am – 9:00 am PST Register here The greying of people living with HIV is a matter of fact in both industrialized and resource-limited countries and future projections clearly indicate that HIV disease will intersect geriatric medicine. Join us to discuss challenges for the clinical care of the aging population… Read more »

CPHA Webinar – Exploring Sex Work Stigma in Healthcare

‘I’m a prostitute, so, can you check me?’ – Exploring sex work stigma in healthcare (English only) Tuesday, January 24, 2017 from 1-2pm ET Register here! During this interactive webinar, Dr. Cecilia Benoit and Dan Reist will discuss how stigma shapes sex workers’ experiences of health care. They will draw on an analysis of the… Read more »

Webinar: Stigma, Syndemics and Syphilis

On December 7, 2016 from 1-2 pm EST, CPHA is hosting the webinar Stigma and Syndemics as drivers of recent syphilis infection among gay and bisexual men. Drawing on findings from the Sex Now survey, Dr. Olivier Ferlatte will discuss the various syndemic factors that are contributing to increased risk of syphilis infection among gay and bisexual… Read more »

Webinar Series Coming Soon

Our 2017 lineup of webinars will include sessions on HCV, community-based research in practice, putting evaluation to work for organizations, and HIV and aging. We will post information about the webinars on our blog as soon as dates are confirmed. View our PAN Ignite webinar series PLDI Peer Evaluators Impact Evaluation Project Positive Living Positive Homes The… Read more »

Results from the Community HIV/HCV Evaluation and Reporting Tool (CHERT) – Part 1 of 3

The Community HIV/HCV Evaluation and Reporting Tool (CHERT) is a survey designed to collect annual data from community-based HIV/AIDS and/or HCV programs operating in BC. CHERT questions explore both process and outcome level indicators related to the programs’ prevention, testing and treatment services.

Results from the Community HIV/HCV Evaluation and Reporting Tool (CHERT) – Part 2 of 3

The Community HIV/HCV Evaluation and Reporting Tool (CHERT) is a survey designed to collect annual data from community-based HIV/AIDS and/or HCV programs operating in BC. CHERT questions explore both process and outcome level indicators related to the programs’ prevention, testing and treatment services.

Results from the Community HIV/HCV Evaluation and Reporting Tool (CHERT) – Part 3 of 3

The Community HIV/HCV Evaluation and Reporting Tool (CHERT) is a survey designed to collect annual data from community-based HIV/AIDS and/or HCV programs operating in BC. CHERT questions explore both process and outcome level indicators related to the programs’ prevention, testing and treatment services.  

“Bringing Research Back” to Communities: A Webinar on HIV Knowledge Translation using CHIWOS as a Case Study

The Canadian HIV Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Cohort Study (CHIWOS) seeks to address a significant gap in knowledge related to the availability and utilization of women-specific HIV/AIDS-related services, and the barriers and facilitators that influence these usage patterns, as well as assessing the impact of these services on the sexual, reproductive, women’s, and mental health… Read more »