Category: Community-Based Research

Job posting: Research and Evaluation Specialist, PAN

Position: Research and Evaluation Specialist Status: 1.0 FTE Time Period: Position is available immediately – position end date is March 31, 2024 with a possibility of an extension Remuneration: $55,000 – $62,500 based on experience Location: Virtual position, work from home office Posting: Posting will remain active until the position is filled, we will begin… Read more »

The work we do at PAN is collaborative and rooted in the issues identified by our member organizations. We begin with community-identified needs, followed by carefully considered data, and deliver results for community development, skills building and action. This process reflects three of our key values including accountability and stewardship, evidence-based action, and collaboration and… Read more »

PAN’s Research and Evaluation Department Changes

We wanted to reach out and share some changes happening within PAN’s Research and Evaluation Department.   First of all, Janice Duddy is leaving PAN. She has been working with us since 2013 and in the Director of Evaluation and Research role since 2016. With the important partnerships that Janice has helped build over the last… Read more »

Courtney is Research Trainee with the Making it Work Community Based Research Study. What Sparked your Interest in Working in the HIV or hepatitis C community? I have always been motivated to work in an advocacy role. Through my experiences with addiction and healing, I understand how harmful stigma can be. I hope I can… Read more »

PAN’s Research Team at CAHR 2022

The Canadian Association of HIV Research (CAHR) conference was held virtually from April 27 – 29, 2022. PAN staff were on hand to take in the virtual conference and to share about two of our exciting projects – Making it Work and the BC People Living with HIV Stigma Index – in the poster presentations!… Read more »

Alicia is a Peer Research Associate with the Making it Work Community Based Research Study. What Sparked your Interest in Working in the HIV or hepatitis C community? I was diagnosed with hepatitis in 2017 and connected to an online community with others who had hepatitis C as well. I realized that there were hardly… Read more »

Submit Your Abstract to CAHR

Abstract submissions are now being accepted for the 32nd Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research   Topics fall under CAHR’s four tracks: Basic Sciences, Clinical Sciences, Epidemiology and Public Health Sciences and Social Sciences. An additional oral abstract session will once again be offered with a focus on Key Populations. For information on the subjects within… Read more »

Year in Review, 2021-22

  “We want to acknowledge the work and effort of our member organizations year over year: we see you. We hear you. Thank you for carrying on and inspiring us. We know that you are working in the face of some profound challenges.” — Executive Director’s Message   Excerpt from Executive Director’s Message: Peers, allies… Read more »

Hermione is a Peer Research Associate with the Making it Work Community Based Research Study.  What sparked your interest in working in the HIV or hepatitis C community? I was diagnosed with HCV in 1993 while in hospital having a baby. It was a big shock at a vulnerable time, and they had very little information… Read more »

2022 AGM and Special Keynote Presentation

  PAN will hold our Annual General Meeting virtually on Thursday, October 20, 2022. REGISTER HERE AND JOIN US FOR ONE OR BOTH PARTS   12 – 1:45 PM AGM Keynote (All welcome!) The key to ending HIV/AIDS: Meaningful Engagement with Indigenous peoples Keynote presentation by Trevor Stratton, Indigenous Leadership Policy Manager for CAAN. Trevor will… Read more »

Job Posting: Evaluation Specialist

  Position: Evaluation Specialist Status: 0.747 FTE (28 hours per week) Time Period: Position is available immediately – position end date is March 31, 2022 with a possibility of an extension Remuneration: $55,000 – $62,500 based on experience and prorated to 0.747 FTE (28 hours/week) Location: Anywhere in the province Posting: Posting will remain active… Read more »

  The Indigenous Health Equity self-paced course is a free online resource provided by the Public Health Training for Equitable Systems Change (PHESC) out of the University of Toronto. Recently, Edi Young, a Peer Research Associate with PAN’s Making it Work project, completed the online course and found “the education provided is bountiful.” Making it… Read more »