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Upcoming Workshop: Transgenderism and Gender Identity Diversity for Mental Health Practitioners

This workshop is presented by Gender Diversity Consultant, Lukas Walther.  It is intended for all mental health practitioners interested in working with this extraordinarily diverse and complex population, and in developing...

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Research Week at BCCDC - highlighting sexual health research

In November 2012, the BCCDC hosted their annual Research Week, providing a forum for teams within BCCDC to share the results of their public health research.  Below are some highlights from the sexual health-related research...

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ASK Goes Global: Swaziland 2011

Two years ago, the idea was put forth to the AIDS Society of Kamloops (ASK) board of directors that a group of staff would like to fundraise to travel to Swaziland, South Africa,...

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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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HIV prevalence and incidence estimates for British Columbia and Canada

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Prevalence and incidence are two basic measures of disease frequency used to inform our response to the HIV epidemic.  Prevalence is typically defined as the total number of people living with HIV in a...

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