KnowledgeConnect Webinar Resources

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Webinars provide ongoing connections to strengthen organizations and mentor community leaders all over BC. Scroll through our webinar list in its entirety or search by category:

 

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Upcoming Webinars

What Do You Need to Know About the Amended Controlled Drugs and Substances Act?

Our 2017 KnowledgeConnect webinar series continues with an update on the amended Controlled Drugs and Substances Act- federal drug laws, in other words. Richard Elliott, Executive Director of the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, will speak about the changes to the Act and how this could impact harm reduction frontline work and advocacy. Join us November… Read more »

Past Webinars

Drug Treatment Choices and Community Health

POSTPONED: We have to postpone this webinar due to unforeseen circumstances. We will advise all who registered of the NEW DATE.  The overdose crisis continues unabated in BC, a tragedy that continues to unfold. Meet two people at the front lines of this epidemic: Dr. Christy Sutherland and Wendy Stevens.  They’ll present information on the… Read more »

What’s New on HIV and Aging?

Aging with HIV can introduce health and social considerations: medication interactions, financial security, and planning for advanced aging are a few.  Join Kate Murzin of the national group REALIZE to hear about research on the intersection of natural processes of aging, how they impact HIV, and vice versa. Presenter: Kate Murzin is Realize’s Health Programs Specialist…. Read more »

What Do You Need to Know About the Good Samaritan Overdose Act?

The Good Samaritan Overdose Act became law in May 2017 to encourage people to call 911 in the case of a drug overdose without the fear of charge or arrest. This webinar will provide attendees with information about what the Good Samaritan Act does and doesn’t cover in terms of protection. Presenter: Social justice advocate… Read more »

CHIWOS Shares Experiences of Women with HIV in BC’s Health Authorities

The research team from CHIWOS (Canadian HIV Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Cohort Study) shared data from their baseline Wave 1 data collected between August 2013 and May 2015. Information reflected each health authority in BC, providing information about what diverse groups of women are encountering in different regions.   Learn more about the CHIWOS study and… Read more »

Pacific Hepatitis C Network Introduces Help 4 Hep BC

Pacific Hepatitis C Network (PHCN) introduced their new hep C Peer Navigation program HELP 4 HEP BC.  Presenters Deb Schmitz and Daryl Luster of Pacific Hepatitis C Network provided information on the new program and ways to help promote Help 4 Hep BC to clients, peers, participants, peeps, staff, colleagues, and community. Daryl Luster As… 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.