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HIV PrEP: New tools for clinicians and clients

HIV Pre-exposure prophylaxis (HIV PrEP) involves the use of a daily oral HIV medication (called antiretrovirals or HAART) by people who are HIV-negative to prevent HIV infection.

As of January 2018, HIV PrEP became provincially-...

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What can a critical social research approach offer HIV implementation science? A case study of GetCheckedOnline

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In the field of HIV research, implementation science has become an essential organizing framework. It compels academics, practitioners, and community members to collaborate and creatively strategize...

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HIV incidence and prevalence estimates for British Columbia and Canada in 2016

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HIV prevention continues to be a public health priority in British Columbia. Incidence and prevalence are two measures of disease frequency used to inform our response to the HIV epidemic. Incidence is...

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"The Corner": A safe space for sex workers

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The Corner, formerly known as ‘Boys R Us’, is a Vancouver drop-in support and referral program that provides a safe space for men and gender-diverse (including transgender, non-binary, and Two-Spirit) people who work...

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Vaccines recommended for people living with HIV: Updated resources

The BCIC Immunization Promotion working group has updated 2 resources available under the Posters & Pamphlets section on the ImmunizeBC website.

ImmunizeBC provides...

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