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Blog: November 2013

Official launch of the Canadian HIV Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health (CHIWOS) study!

Background

There is a clear and long overdue need for research that acknowledges and addresses the gendered barriers to HIV treatment and care for Canadian women.

After more than two packed years of preparation and...

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Categories: Program updates

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Webinar Presentation: The Test says HIV+…Now What? Issues in Access and Linkage to Care

The BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS is offering another installment in their HIV/AIDS Webinar Learning Series. 

When: Wednesday, December 4, 2013, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM PST
Where:...

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Categories: Events and announcements

Which gay and bisexual men might use internet-based testing for HIV and STIs in Canada?

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There are only a few internet-based testing programs that have been designed with gay and bisexual men in mind.  While we know that gay and bisexual men do use these services, we don’t really know what impact these...

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An update on GPS: the new program for poz gay and bisexual men

First described in a July blog post, the new eight-week GPS (Gay Poz Sex) program is well underway at Positive Living BC. Having...

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An integrated community-based cervical cancer screening program with HPV self-collection in Kisenyi, Uganda

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The ASPIRE project (Advances in Screening and Prevention in Reproductive Cancers) is a novel approach to cervical cancer screening that is effective, low-cost...

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