Category: Webinars and Online Learning

Date: Thursday, February 13, 2020 Time: 10 AM Pacific time Sex-ed is often treated as a polarizing topic or as fodder for jokes that involve condoms and bananas. It is time to change the narrative! Sex-ed, when done right, is one of the most important health intervention we can offer young people. During Sexual Health… Read more »

CBRC Sex Now Survey

This webinar focused on CBRC’s Sex Now survey, Canada’s largest and longest-running survey of gay, bi, and queer men’s health (inclusive of trans and Two-Spirit people). Presenter Ben Klassen provided an overview of the survey’s history, questionnaire design and consultation process, and recruitment methods, using the in-person Sex Now 2018 survey (conducted at 15 LGBTQ2+… Read more »

Webinar: CBRC Sex Now Survey

Date recorded: Wednesday February 26, 2020 Presenter: Ben Klassen, Research Manager, Community-Based Research Centre This webinar focused on CBRC’s Sex Now survey, Canada’s largest and longest-running survey of gay, bi, and queer men’s health (inclusive of trans and Two-Spirit people). Presenter Ben Klassen provided an overview of the survey’s history, questionnaire design and consultation process,… Read more »

  The Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN), the Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development and CATIE will be presenting a two-part webinar series on Indigenous-centred and reconciliatory harm reduction approaches this February and March. The first webinar will provide an overview of what these approaches look like, the link between colonialism and substance use, HIV… Read more »

New Webinar in PAN Presents series: Northern Health Updates

PAN will be hosting Ashley Stoppler and other staff from Northern Health to talk on topics of most interest to our members – as chosen by you.  At this point, we are planning for presentations that focus on: the current rates in NH region for HIV testing, as well as new diagnoses compared to goals;… Read more »

Webinar: The Ins and Outs of Getting on Hepatitis C Treatment

Date recorded: Wednesday February 12, 2020 Hep C treatment is now short term, highly effective, and has minimal side effects for most people. What do you need to know for yourself or the people you support about getting treatment?  Pacific Hepatitis C Network team members Deb Schmitz and Daryl Luster  explain the road to treatment… Read more »

The Ins and Outs of Getting on Hepatitis C Treatment

Hep C treatment is now short term, highly effective, and has minimal side effects for most people. What do you need to know for yourself or the people you support about getting treatment?  Pacific Hepatitis C Network team members Deb Schmitz and Daryl Luster  explain the road to treatment here in BC. They also talk… Read more »

BCCDC Grand Rounds on BC’s Public Health Emergency

from the BCDC: Please join us our first grand rounds in 2020 on Tuesday, January 7 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM in BCCDC Lane Level Lecture Hall where Dr Amanda Slaunwhite and Ms Louise Mellieur present Towards a comprehensive understanding of the overdose crisis and its relationship to social and health inequities. Please see… Read more »

What a Year It Was!

Casting the traditional fiscal year aside, the calendar shows 2019 was an amazing year with you all. Thank you to everyone who walked through the months, events, and issues with us. PAN and our members continued to do critical social justice work in every corner of the province throughout 2019.  Some social change and equity… Read more »

Webinar: Harm Reduction and Healing in Indigenous Communities

Watch on demand Date recorded: Wednesday February 5, 2020 This dialogue-based webinar featured Andrea Medley in conversation with Janet Madsen of PAN. Andrea is one of the Indigenous Wellness Educators with the First Nations Health Authority’s Indigenous Wellness team. When Andrea and her teammates are invited into BC First Nations communities, they’ve found that harm reduction… Read more »

Harm Reduction and Healing in Indigenous Communities

This dialogue-based webinar featured Andrea Medley in conversation with Janet Madsen of PAN. Andrea is one of the Indigenous Wellness Educators with the First Nations Health Authority’s Indigenous Wellness team. When Andrea and her teammates are invited into BC First Nations communities, they’ve found that harm reduction can mean many different things. Hear about different… Read more »

We are inviting those living in the Northern Health region to help shape your region’s upcoming PAN presents… webinar in late January, which will feature staff from NH. Towards this end, we invite you to complete a 30-second poll here. Historically as part of an annual Fall Conference, Pacific AIDS Network (PAN) has organized a… Read more »