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Blog category: Program updates

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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How are Aboriginal People in BC represented in HIV stats?

"Statistics are human beings with the tears wiped away" - author unknown

It is important to remember that behind every number is a person who has a family and is part of a community. Every HIV positive...

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Hepatitis C Community: connect, learn, change.

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The Pacific Hepatitis C Network (PHCN) exists to support the community-based response to hepatitis C in the province of British Columbia, the core of which is...

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WelTel: Enhancing standard care with mobile health, one text at a time

Six billion. This was the world’s population at the turn of the century, and is now the estimated number of people with cell-phones across the globe. 

Integrated into most people’s everyday lives, cell phones are...

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