Building Blocks for Hepatitis and Sexual Health Literacy

Attention educators and frontline service providers! We are pleased to be presenting a webinar with Cherlyn Manderson Cortes in recognition of World Hepatitis Day.

Cherlyn is a Clinical Nurse Educator at the BC Centre for Disease Control. Cherlyn will highlight inter-relationships of STIBBIs including hepatitis, and share education approaches that build hepatitis and sexual health literacy. You’ll be able to use this information as you deliver community education, whether it’s to groups or one on one with service users at your organizations. The session will be 90 minutes with time for  questions.

 

Join us July 17th at 10 AM Pacific time! 

 

This webinar will support the work of:

  • frontline service providers
  • community educators
  • community advocates
  • program developers
  • people interested in sexual health education

Please read before you register:

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– You agree to honour PAN’s Group Guidelines and Responsibilities.
– You agree to complete an evaluation

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After registration you should receive a confirmation email that will come from Zoom. Save the confirmation email to access webinar. Email [email protected] if this does not arrive.

 

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For additional learning options, visit our library of on-demand webinars in the PAN Presents and KnowledgeConnect series.


We greatly appreciate the vision of our government funders and their ongoing commitment to supporting the work of PAN. In particular we gratefully acknowledge the Public Health Agency of Canada – HIV and Hepatitis C Community Action Fund. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of the Public Health Agency of Canada.