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Cyberbullying among Gay and Bisexual Men in Canada

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Cyberbullying, defined by the RCMP as the “use of communication technology…to repeatedly intimidate or harass others” [1], has been increasing. In Canadian studies 5% to 30% of adults have experienced...

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Free training on providing transgender women affirmative and competent HIV healthcare is being offered to Vancouver based Service Provider Organizations

The ‘Transgender women removing healthcare barriers to engagement in the HIV prevention and care cascades: The development and pilot study of Transgender Education for Affirmative and Competent HIV and Healthcare (TEACHH)’ research team...

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HIV PrEP: New tools for clinicians and clients

HIV Pre-exposure prophylaxis (HIV PrEP) involves the use of a daily oral HIV medication (called antiretrovirals or HAART) by people who are HIV-negative to prevent HIV infection.

As of January 2018, HIV PrEP became provincially-...

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What can a critical social research approach offer HIV implementation science? A case study of GetCheckedOnline

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In the field of HIV research, implementation science has become an essential organizing framework. It compels academics, practitioners, and community members to collaborate and creatively strategize...

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HIV incidence and prevalence estimates for British Columbia and Canada in 2016

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HIV prevention continues to be a public health priority in British Columbia. Incidence and prevalence are two measures of disease frequency used to inform our response to the HIV epidemic. Incidence is...

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