Tag: Webinar

Testing is the first and most crucial step in the HIV treatment cascade. Rapid point-of-care HIV testing allows people to test and learn their HIV status during the same visit. A review of the evidence supports the impact of rapid point-of-care testing on HIV testing uptake, acceptability, receipt of results and other outcomes. A number… Read more »

Wednesday, March 18th, 11:00AM – 12:00PM PST Hosted by Jamie Reschny (University of Northern BC), this online colloquium will provide an overview of Jamie’s research, which assesses the comprehensiveness of HIV prevention, treatment and care services for people who inject drugs (PWID) in Northern BC. By participating, you will have an opportunity to discuss potential… Read more »

This online session will explore the topics of episodic disability, rehabilitation in the context of HIV, and vocational rehabilitation. We’ve designed this session so it’s relevant for both community members and service providers. The hosts will explore why access to rehabilitation services is a key priority facing people living with HIV in Canada, and what… Read more »

Have you ever conducted or commissioned an evaluation that sat on the shelf collecting dust following its completion? The Canadian Evaluation Society is hosting an upcoming webinar on Translating Evaluation Findings Into Action, led by evaluator Kylie Hutchinson. See below for a description of the webinar. Every evaluator wants to see their findings used to drive… Read more »

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 »

January 29, 2015 @12:00 – 1:00pm PST Join this webinar! All individuals 19 years and older have the legal right to consent/refuse health care provided they have the capacity to do so. Nurses who deliver care to clients who misuse substances often find assessing capacity to consent challenging especially if their clients have been using… Read more »

Tuesday, February 3, 2015 @1:00pm Register Now! Featuring: Olivier Ferlatte, Research Education Director Community-Based Research Centre for Gay Men’s Health   According to results from the Sex Now 2011 survey conducted by the Community-Based Research Centre: Younger gay and bi men reported testing for STIs more commonly than older men, although they were more likely… Read more »

Friday, February 6, 2015 @1:00pm EST Join us for this webinar where we will present an overview of the 2012-2013 HIV and HCV Performance Measurement Reports. The reports cover activities funded through the national Voluntary Sector Fund; Knowledge Exchange Fund; On-Reserve First Nations, Inuit and Métis Communities HIV/AIDS Project Fund;and the Hepatitis C Prevention, Support… Read more »

The American Evaluation Association is hosting a 20-minute webinar on Time-Saving Tips and Tricks for Low-Cost Data Visualization. See below for a full description of the webinar. Are you interested in data visualization and reporting but concerned you don’t have the skills, tools, or time to implement best practices? Are you worried that it would take too… Read more »

Have you heard about evaluation, know its important, but don’t really know how to incorporate it into your work? The American Evaluation Association is hosting an upcoming eStudy titled, “Practical Evaluation: An Overview and Introduction for Those New to Evaluation”. See below for a full description of the eStudy course. “This course is an introduction to… Read more »

The Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) is hosting an upcoming webinar on Cross Cultural and International Evaluations. See below for a description of the webinar from the CES. There are many aspects of cross cultural and international evaluations that are similar to other types of evaluation work. However, some practises are particularly important, and they are the focus… Read more »

Kylie Hutchinson,  principal consultant with Community Solutions, is offering her very popular webinar on effective evaluation reporting. As described by Kylie, “traditional evaluation reports often end up on the shelves of many decision-makers collecting dust.  Reporting is an important skill for evaluators who care about seeing their results and recommendations actually implemented.  In this webinar… Read more »