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Upcoming: BC Women's Research Rounds - October 21, 2016

The BC Women’s Research Rounds feature investigators who specialize in the area of women’s health. The latest in women’s health research is presented every third Friday of the month at 8:00 AM. Drinks and snacks are provided. If you would like the rounds videoconferenced to your site, please complete this brief online survey.

BC Women’s Research Rounds – October 21, 2016

Title: Migration, HIV, Sexual Health, and Human Rights among Marginalized women: Barriers, Challenges and Implications for Health Service Delivery
Presenter: Dr. Shira Goldenberg
Date: October 21, 2016
Time: 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
Location: Room D308 – Shaughnessy Building, Women's Hospital & Health Centre, 4500 Oak Street, Vancouver

Goals/Learning Objectives
1. To describe the latest research results on HIV, sexual health, and human rights among marginalized migrant women across diverse global settings.
2. To discuss current issues in the prevention and delivery of health services related to HIV, sexual health, and human rights for marginalized migrant women.
3. To evaluate the possibility of integrating recent research results on migration, HIV, and sexual health into clinical and public health practice.

Videoconferencing Sites:

  • UBC Okanagan: RHS 227
  • Vancouver General Hospital: DHCC 2262

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