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Jennifer Evin Jones (Evin) joined Pacific AIDS Network as the Executive Director (ED) in 2008. Evin has been working in the community-based response to HIV since January of 1996, after obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in History in Women’s Studies at Queens University and the Juris Doctor (or Doctor of Law) degree at University of British… Read more »

We are thrilled to announce that Jaydee Cossar will be joining the Pacific AIDS Network team as the Positive Leadership Development (PLDI) & Stigma Index Project Manager. Jaydee has been an active contributor in the non-profit sector for a number of years. As a peer support advocate and project manager for the Peer Action Support… Read more »

For immediate release January 8, 2015 The Honourable Rona Ambrose, P.C., M.P. Health Canada Brooke Claxton Building, Tunney’s Pasture Postal Locator: 0906C Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0K9 Dear Minister, We are writing to request your leadership and your confirmation that the current levels of funding that have been uniquely designated for community led HIV prevention programs… Read more »

PAN COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH GRANTS & PARTNERSHIP COORDINATOR   PURPOSE Throughout Canada, the importance and effectiveness of community-based research (CBR) to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic and the health and lives of people living with and affected by HIV has been well established. Through concentrated efforts to promote and develop CBR, it is possible to foster research… Read more »

Invitations were emailed on Tuesday, June 26/12.  Please refer to that email for details about registration for this event. If you did not receive an invitation please speak with the appropriate staff member at your organization for information about attending. PAN 2011-2012 AGM, PHA Forum, ED Forum Tuesday, September 25, 2012 Vancouver Airport Marriott Hotel… Read more »

PAN CBR Update – Introducing Andrea Langlois

CBR Spotlight If you are in Victoria from May 28th – 31st, check out some of the fantastic free public lectures being offered by the Universities Without Walls Spring Learning Institute: “What has HIV research done for me lately?” Monday, May 28, 2012 from 9:00am – 12:00pm Arbutus & Queenswood Room, Cadboro Commons Building, University… Read more »

We are excited to announce that PAN and CATIE will be partnering again this year to bring you the Pacific Educational Conference. PAN will be hosting it’s PHA Forum, ED Summit and Annual General Meeting on September 25th and the CATIE Pacific Educational Conference will be held on September 26th and 27th.  Registration information will… Read more »

PAN – Call for Webinar Presentations

PAN is excited to launch a new web-based series of trainings and presentations to augment the more traditional in-person trainings and conferences that we’ve done since 2001. We will be developing a series of webinars with a diverse range of topics starting in October 2012 and through the webinars it is our goal to increase… Read more »

PAN is seeking an outstanding individual for the position of Administrative Coordinator. The Administrative Coordinator (AC) will play an instrumental role in ensuring effective and efficient operations.  The AC will provide comprehensive administrative support to senior PAN staff in the management of all programs and projects.  The AC will work in concert with the existing… Read more »

The Pacific AIDS Network is currently recruiting for the position of Community-Based Research Manager to cover a staff leave. The CBR Manager works with PAN member agencies and other key stakeholders (e.g., people living with HIV/AIDS, academics, researchers, public health agencies, and other related government institutions) to support on-going CBR initiatives and develop new research… Read more »

Holiday Wishes from PAN

We are all well within the hustle and bustle time, whether polishing off funding applications, or preparing for the holiday season.  It has been a crazy fall – time has flown by!  In this time of rushing around and getting work polished off before taking some time for the holidays, please sit back and take… Read more »