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Blog: August 2012

Knowledge is Power, and it Starts with Our Leaders

In 2011 the Chee Mamuk Aboriginal Program, in partnership with the Northern BC First Nations HIV/AIDS Coalition, hosted two leadership Forums for Chief and council members of BC’s North. 

The goal of the forums was to...

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Categories: Program updates

Increasing percentage of HIV cases among gay, bisexual, and other men having sex with men in BC

Over the past decade we have observed a substantial decrease in new HIV cases in British Columbia. A similar decrease has not, however, occurred among gay, bisexual, and other men having sex with men (MSM). We used provincial...

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Categories: Trend watch

Regional Clinical Conferences on Sexual Health this fall provided by Options for Sexual Health

Options for Sexual Health is providing a series of regional clinical conferences this fall.  Clinical updates and professional development education will be offered on a variety of sexual and reproductive health topics including,...

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Categories: Events and announcements

Results in Minutes: Point of Care HIV Testing is one More Tool in your Testing Toolbox

HIV testing can be intimidating for clients. They may fear: the process of being tested; waiting and worrying about the result; and, of course, the test result itself. As healthcare providers, we often look for ways to ease these fears...

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Categories: New knowledge

Lymphogranuloma venereum in British Columbia

An increase in Lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV) cases was identified in 2011 in BC.  LGV is a sexually transmitted infection and is caused by three types of Chlamydia infection.  The clinical presentation of people with LGV...

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Categories: New knowledge

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