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Blog: June 2013

Research highlights from the 22nd Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research (CAHR)

The Canadian Association of HIV/AIDS Research (CAHR) hosted their annual conference in Vancouver on April 11-14, 2013. The CAHR conference is a great opportunity for scientists and community members from across Canada to get together...

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Categories: New knowledge

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How are Aboriginal People in BC represented in HIV stats?

"Statistics are human beings with the tears wiped away" - author unknown

It is important to remember that behind every number is a person who has a family and is part of a community. Every HIV...

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Categories: Program updates

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The Wellspring Conference: Encounters with Trauma, Hope, and Healing

October 25th - 26th, 2013
Vancouver, BC

This two day conference will take place on October 25-26th 2013, at St. Paul's Hospital (1081 Burrard Street) in Vancouver, BC. The event will...

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Trends in New HIV diagnoses in BC for 2012

In this update, we present the final number of new HIV diagnoses in BC for 2012, and describe recent trends by gender, region, and exposure category.

Methods

We used provincial HIV surveillance data to describe the...

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Categories: Trend watch

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Special Feature Series: Trauma Informed Care, Part 3 – Manifestations of Trauma

"Experiencing trauma is an essential part of being human" (van der Kolk and McFarlane 1996)

Traumatic events affect people very differently.

Elizabeth Vermilyea points out that one of the best documented research...

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Categories: Current practice

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