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WEBINAR: Chlamydia among young women – a resource for population-specific prevention

A new population-specific resource on chlamydia prevention among young women has been developed by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC).

In this webinar, PHAC will highlight key findings from a synthesis of research, including an assessment of the effectiveness of behavioural interventions, and provide promising practices and evidence-informed strategies for the prevention of chlamydia among young women aged 30 and under.

This presentation will be of particular interest to individuals working in public health and the community based sector undertaking sexually transmitted and blood borne infection prevention and control among young women.

When: THURSDAY June 18, 2015 10:00 AM Pacific Time / 1:00 PM Eastern Time
How: To attend the webinar, please follow these three steps:

Register in advance here:

Password: women

You will receive an email confirmation with a personalised link for you to join the webinar and dial-in instructions to join the teleconference to hear the presentations. Save that email until the day of the webinar.

On the day of the webinar, click the link on the confirmation email to watch the webinar. To hear the presentations, you must dial in to the teleconference number provided.

Space is limited so you must register in advance. Click the link provided above, click REGISTER on the webpage, and then enter the required registration information. The link in the invitation is only for registrations – you cannot access the webinar on the day of the event by using this link.

If you are having difficulties accessing the webinar, you can contact WebEx Technical Support at 1-800-226-6338. Please be sure you have registered before calling. If you have a problem during the webinar you can send a message to the moderator using the chat function on the screen.

The webinar should be approximately 60 minutes in duration, including time for questions and answers.