This panel will present a look at this recent jargon shift to “undetectable”, in their particular expertise and, what its implications are from multiple perspectives. We also hope to engage the community in a lively Q and A so HIV+ voices on this term can be heard. If you can’t make it in person,… Read more »
Victoria: As a part of Global AIDS Awareness Week and national Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week, AIDS Vancouver Island (AVI) and the Vancouver Island Persons Living with HIV/AIDS Society (VPWAS) are again teaming up with the Greater Victoria Public Library and The Belfry Theatre to bring innovative awareness-raising project to communities in the lower island region… Read more »
CAFÉ SCIENTIFIQUE: An AIDS-free Generation: What will it take? Part 2: Tackling the Structural & Social Determinants of Health Join us as we engage in an evening of dialogue and debate focused on how tackling the structural and social determinants of health is an essential component of ending the HIV/AIDS pandemic. This event is free… Read more »
Join us as we engage in an evening of dialogue and debate focused on eliminating the stigma and discrimination fueling the HIV/AIDS pandemic. This Cafe Scientifique is free, but RSVP is required.
We are pleased to announce that PAN is hosting a workshop for people involved in community-based HIV research. This two-day workshop (February 27-28) will bring together community-based organizations, people living with HIV/AIDS, academic researchers, public health representatives, funders and other stakeholders to explore how knowledge can be moved to action in HIV/AIDS research. In this… Read more »
Bringing Research Back to Communities: A Webinar on HIV Knowledge Translation Moving research into policy, programs and practice is vital to community-based HIV research. Knowledge translation (KT) bridges the gap between researchers and communities and ensures that results get shared with those who can use them. This webinar will explore KT, using the Canadian HIV… Read more »
Green College Population Health Lecture Series 5-6:30 pm, Wednesday, November 14, 2012 Green College Coach House (UBC) UBC link to the event, CLICK HERE Abstract: As HIV infection rates remain disproportionally high among young gay and bisexual men in the United States, there is a need to both better understand determinants of sexual risk are… Read more »
Join us for a rapporteur and learning exchange event following the Canadian Association of Gerontology Conference, Aging in a Changing World. At the conference, there will be several sessions on HIV & aging, and our friends from the Canadian Working Group on HIV & Rehabilitation (CWHGR) will be in attendance. At this informal event, CWHGR will… Read more »