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PrEP talk: An update on HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis

Background

Behavioral interventions have been effective at lowering HIV transmission rates in British Columbia. Along with treatment as prevention, they remain the cornerstone of HIV prevention. However, infection rates have...

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PrEP coverage for BC’s First Nations and Inuit communities: What is PrEP and how to access it?

Good news!

For First Nations who are residents of BC and receiving benefits through the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA), PrEP/Truvada is a covered benefit and is available at no cost.

Inuit who are...

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Upcoming webinar: Findings from a scoping review of barriers and facilitators for HIV screening and testing

Presented by the Public Health Agency of Canada

When: Thursday, December 7, 10:00 AM PST

To register: ...

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Evidence review: online interventions hold promise for addressing STBBI among young gay, bisexual and other MSM

Background

Policy makers and intervention strategists are increasingly aware that the Internet provides opportunities to meet young people “where they are at.” For example, young gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with...

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Categories: New knowledge

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Join Queer People Nationwide to Help Us Improve Mental Health!

Still Here is a Canada-wide survey celebrating the resilience of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and two-spirit (LGBTQ2S) community.

It...

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