Understanding and Navigating Long-Acting (injectable) HIV Treatment and Prevention Options in BC

Join Health Initiative for Men (HIM) , PAN and Ribbon Community for an overview of recent changes to the HIV medication landscape in Canada. This webinar will empower frontline staff, educators, and community members with new information on long-acting HIV treatment and prevention options and highlight current realities for accessing long-acting medications for priority populations in BC.

This webinar is scheduled for 90 minutes. Information on presenters to follow. We look forward to seeing you!


This webinar will support the work of:

  • frontline service providers
  • community educators
  • community advocates
  • people interested in HIV treatment and advocacy


Please note: As this webinar is being presented in partnership with Health Initiative for Men (HIM) and Ribbon Community, your registration information may be shared with these organizations.


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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.