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Blog category: Program updates

Demonstrating the Impact of Community-Based HIV/HCV Organizations in BC

Have you ever wondered what impact BC's community-based HIV and HCV organizations are having? The Pacific AIDS Network and the BC HIV/HCV Evaluation Advisory Group decided to work towards answering this question by developing the...

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Transforming clinical knowledge and practices to better serve trans and gender diverse populations in British Columbia: sexuality and sexual health

In British Columbia, trans* and gender diverse** folks face multiple barriers when accessing health care, especially related to sexuality and sexual health. There remains a pervasive lack of understanding and knowledge on transgender...

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Knowledge is Power, and it Starts with Our Leaders

In 2011 the Chee Mamuk Aboriginal Program, in partnership with the Northern BC First Nations HIV/AIDS Coalition, hosted two leadership Forums for Chief and council members of BC’s North. 

The goal of the forums was to...

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