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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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Journal Club: First cervical, now oropharyngeal – the link between HPV and carcinoma

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Gillison ML, Broutian T, Pickard RK, et al. ...

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Categories: Journal club

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Upcoming presentation by Dr. Mark Tyndall

On Tuesday, November 20, 2012 from 12pm to 1pm, Dr. Mark Tyndall will present "Public Health and the Supreme Court of Canada: The Good, the Bad and the Smudgy" at...

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An evaluation of offering HIV test results over the phone in an urban STI clinic

Delivery of HIV test results has traditionally been done in person to allow for post-test counselling. Over the past 4 years, the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) has been offering notification of HIV results over the phone,...

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Categories: New knowledge

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Trauma-Informed Care Workshops In November

The STI Outreach and Chee Mamuk programs at the BC Centre for Disease Control, along with Providence Health and Canadian Nurses in AIDS Care (CANAC), are sponsoring two Trauma workshops this November.

The presenter, Elizabeth...

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