WEBINAR – New Knowledge: HIV and other STBBIs among Youth

Due to a record response to this invitation we were unable to accommodate everyone who attempted to register. As a result, we are repeating this webinar and encourage you to register early


New Knowledge:
Population-Specific Status Report – HIV and other STBBIs among Youth A new Population-Specific Status Report on HIV and other sexually transmitted and blood borne infections (STBBIs) among Youth in Canada has been completed by the Public Health Agency of Canada. In this webinar, we will highlight key findings from this most recent report. The report provides a detailed synthesis of what is currently known about factors that increase vulnerability or resilience to STBBIs among youth in Canada, along with recent surveillance findings for this population aged 15 to 29 years. This presentation will be of particular interest to individuals working in public health, the community based sector, research, government and academia undertaking communicable disease prevention and control among youth. The report includes useful evidence to inform future policy, program and research directions.


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