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"Making It Work": A Health Update on Gay and Bi Men in BC, and How Service Providers Can Respond Effectively.

AIDS Vancouver Island

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What does the current research say about health trends for Gay, Bi, and MSM men in BC? How are health and social services responding - and is it effective? How do we apply the provincial research and create more relevant health and social services on the island? This presentation will bring together front-line panelists from leading programs for Gay, Bi and MSM men in Vancouver to present what's happening in BC and engage us in a discussion on what we can do about it, here and now.

 

Panelists:

Olivier Ferlatte, CBRC Research Education Director, Sex Now Survey.

Travis Salway Hottes, Epidemiologist, BCCDC.

Kieth Reynolds, Outreach and Online Engagement Co-ordinator, HIM (Health Initiaive for Men).

Dean Mirau, Outreach Nurse, BCCDC.

 

Free, with lunch provided.

 

Two regional dates:

Nanaimo - March 21st - 12:00-3:00pm - The Dorchester Hotel, (70 Church St., http://www.dorchesternanaimo.com/location.html).

Victoria - March 22nd - 12:00-3:00pm - Victoria Executive Centre, (3rd Floor, 915 Fort St, http://vecmeetingspaces.ca/location/).

 

 

For more information, please contact Heidi Exner, Manager of Health Promotion and Community Development at AIDS Vancouver Island, heidi.exner@avi.org.

 

 

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