CAFÉ SCIENTIFIQUE: An AIDS-free Generation: What will it take?
Part 2: Tackling the Structural & Social Determinants of Health
Participate 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.
Monday, June 23, 6:30-9:00 pm
Maple Room, Strathcona Hotel
919 Douglas Street, Victoria, BC
This Café Scientifique is free but requires RSVP. Space is limited. Light refreshments will be provided.
Please RSVP online using Eventbrite: http://cafescientifiqueyyj2.eventbrite.ca
Featuring short presentations by:
- Cathy Worthington, Associate Professor, School of Public Health & Social Policy, University of Victoria
- Charlotte Reading, Director, Centre for Aboriginal Health Research & Professor, School of Public Health & Social Policy, University of Victoria
- Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco, AIDS Educator & Activist, and Director of Education & Training, Ontario HIV Treatment Network
This Cafe Scientifique series is co-presented by AIDS Vancouver Island, the Pacific AIDS Network, the Canadian Institutes for Health Research and CATIE.