During these uncertain times it’s vital for frontline service providers and community based workers to have accurate and up to date information about COVID-19. Contextualizing COVID-19 – Key messages and current implications for frontline service providers working in HIV and hepatitis C is a two hour workshop that covers the biomedical basics of COVID-19 and considers the implications of COVID-19 on communities affected by HIV and hepatitis C. Developed by CATIE and adapted for communities in BC, we look forward to discussing how to use the information for frontline delivery and program decisions.
This webinar is being offered twice (January and February) with same program at each. Discussion will differ depending on participants. Please note this workshop is two hours.
- Frontline workers in outreach, case management, and healthcare navigation
- Frontline workers providing support in HIV, hepatitis C and/or harm reduction
- Program managers and decision makers
- Policy developers
- Harm reduction advocates and educators
In registering for this free learning event:
- you agree to honour PAN’s Group Guidelines and Responsibilities.
- you agree to complete an evaluation
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Register for February 17, 2021, 930 – 1130 AM Pacific time