Join a SPARTA Project Discussion Circle


Please join us for a SPARTA Project Discussion Circle

Sustaining Partnerships to Advance Community PrioRities in STIBBI Public Health Data Sets (SPARTA) is a project partnership between PAN and the BC Centre for Disease Control Clinical Prevention Services Sexually Transmitted and Blood Borne Infections (STBBI) surveillance team.

The SPARTA Project aims to create a draft engagement framework for STIBBI public health data through the engagement of patients, people with lived and living experiences (PWLLE), and community. This will allow us to enhance the engagement of community in interpreting STIBBI public health surveillance data and create a renewed set of research and surveillance priorities. We are now seeking feedback on the draft engagement framework and strategy.


What do we need?

  • We are asking for 3 hours of your time (1.5 hours of preparation time to review materials and 1.5 hour virtual Discussion Circle conducted through Zoom). Honoraria will be provided for both the preparation time and the Discussion Circle
  • Your opinions and feedback on the draft engagement framework and strategy
  • Any other feedback you have around public health surveillance data


Registration for discussion circles is full! Thank you for your interest. There may be further opportunities in the future. 


For more information on the project, please contact Jennifer Demchuk: [email protected]