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Blog category: Program updates

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

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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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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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AIDS Vancouver: The evolution of the 30 30 Campaign

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It was in early 2012 that Brian Chittock, executive director at AIDS Vancouver, first began considering what to do for AIDS Vancouver's 30th Anniversary. A...

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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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British Columbia launches an anonymous HIV testing pilot project

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In British Columbia, all HIV testing is confidential. People can test for HIV using their full name or they may choose to go to a site that offers testing using a pseudonym or their initials. For most people, these...

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