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HIV/AIDS Coalition launches a new youth video “Facts & Fears“

The Northern BC First Nations HIV/AIDS Coalition is pleased to present their second Youth video “Facts and Fears: Healthy Living and Leadership.” The release took place last month at the First Nations Health...

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An innovative approach to reaching women living with HIV for cervical cancer screening in Uganda

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Cervical cancer is entirely preventable through vaccination, screening, and early treatment. However, this disease remains a leading cause of death in sub-Saharan Africa, where HIV rates are also high.

Women...

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Upcoming conference: Sexual Health 2017 - Conversations That Matter

You may know that it was Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Week earlier this month. In the interest of making every day an SRH awareness day, here’s a little challenge for you:

Ask every colleague you know if...

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Help with participant recruitment for a BCCDC syphilis prevention study

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British Columbia (BC) is currently experiencing a significant increase in syphilis cases, with infectious syphilis reaching unprecedented rates. Though there has been a slow and steady increase year over year since...

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Emailing and texting with patients at the Provincial STI Clinic

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Clinicians face an increasing need to communicate with patients through digital technology, like email and text, to improve efficiency and convenience for both patient and care provider. 

In response to...

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