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Blog: August 2013

Upcoming fall workshops and webinars

September Webinar: Developing Public Awareness...

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Understanding the window periods of HIV tests

Understanding the window period of HIV tests - time from infection to a positive result - is important in order to provide appropriate information to clients, including when to test after a possible exposure to HIV.

Progress in...

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Categories: New knowledge

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Ethical considerations when assessing capacity to consent among individuals with problematic substance use

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In BC, the law states that all persons over the age of 18 have the right to consent to health care unless they demonstrate that they are incapable of making a rational decision for themselves. Individuals with...

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New report on syphilis trends among gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men in BC

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In February, we reported on key findings from our ongoing investigation into increasing...

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Categories: Trend watch

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Ethical considerations on anonymous HIV testing in BC: why now?

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The BCCDC is coordinating a provincial pilot project of anonymous HIV testing at testing sites across BC....

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Categories: Program updates

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