Category: News

Researchers at the University of British Columbia and Oak Tree Clinic are looking for women living with and without HIV to take part in a research study about women’s healthy aging.  This study is called the British Columbia CARMA-CHIWOS Collaboration (BCC3). Our main study inclusion criteria are that: 1)     You identify as a woman (cis and… Read more »

  The Cocaine, Meth and Stimulant Summit is returning for its fifth year, November 2-4, 2022. Submissions for abstracts are being accepted now through Tuesday, March 1, 2022. The annual Summit boasts 2-tracks that provide focused education for clinical and public health personnel as well as law enforcement and public safety officials. It is the… Read more »

Via Action Hepatitis Canada Action Hepatitis Canada is inviting you to join us, along with CanHepC, the Canadian HBV Network, and the Canadian Liver Foundation, as a signee to this letter to the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care (CTFPHC). We are requesting a re-evaluation of the CTFPHC’s 2017 hepatitis C screening guidelines and… Read more »

  CAAN and the Dr. Peter Centre will be hosting four National Dialogue sessions throughout January and February for a chance to gather to share perspectives and learnings on how the COVID-19 pandemic has influenced the experiences of gender-based violence amongst Indigenous Women (inclusive of Trans-women, Two-Spirit, Femme/Feminine-identifying, Genderqueer, or Non-binary, 2SLGBTQ+) who are living… Read more »

  A national Hidden Disability Symbol: It is time. It is right. It is needed. Millions of Canadians live with hidden disabilities. They are often marginalized, misunderstood, and ignored. There is a need to not only understand the complexities associated with hidden disabilities, but to share those experiences so that Canadians in the hidden disability… Read more »

New Year, New Logo, New Tagline

  As we move into 2022 we are excited to share our new logo and tagline: “Strengthening BC’s collective action on HIV, hepatitis C, and harm reduction.” Both logo and tagline honour our history, reflect the present, and lead us towards a hopeful future. We choose to now be known simply as ‘PAN’, rather than… Read more »

Nurses, Policymakers, Allied Health Professionals, and community members may now submit abstracts for the 2022 Conference of the Canadian Association of Nurses in HIV Care, Co-hosted by PAN!   When: May 13-15, 2022 Where: Virtually Theme: Decolonize & Decriminalize   Abstracts and inquiries can be sent to [email protected] by February 15, 2022  

Job posting: Managing Director, Pivot Legal Society

Pivot Legal Society (“Pivot”) works in partnership with communities affected by poverty and social exclusion to identify priorities and develop solutions to complex human rights issues. Our mission is to work alongside communities to create a just, fair, and equitable society through law reform, litigation, policy change, research, and education. Pivot’s work focuses primarily on… Read more »

  The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is happy to announce the launch of the Sexually Transmitted and Blood-borne Infections: Guides for Health Professionals. The Public Health Agency of Canada is replacing the Canadian Guideline on Sexually Transmitted infections (CGSTI) with a series of user-friendly guides that provide essential information and public health recommendations… Read more »

  Women and Gender Equality Canada’s (WAGE) Online Application and Intake System (ONAIS) allows organizations to submit funding applications. Organizations can create an account using ONAIS from the How to Apply, WAGE page on Canada.ca. In January 2022, WAGE will be hosting virtual information sessions on ONAIS. The information sessions will provide a live demo… Read more »