A resource-sharing community for Canadian HIV and hepatitis C service providers

PWN

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Please see Positive Women's Network's profile on the Our Contributors page for more information about the organization.

Resources

Inside & Out: Challenging Stigma Experienced by Women with HIV (2015)

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Meeting Women Where They Are At: A Call to Make HIV Organizations More Women-Friendly (2015)

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Childcare Subsidy Policy 2015

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When Disclosure Is Dangerous: Remembering Cicely Bolden

Article published on TheBody.com concerning the murder of Cicely Bolden, a black woman who disclosed her HIV+ status to a partner and was murdered.

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HIV Criminalization Hurts Women on Both Sides of the Courtroom

Article published in the Huffington Post.

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"They Don't Want Us to Have Sex": Women Consider Life Under Threat of Criminal Law

Article on the Supreme Court ruling on HIV non-disclosure in 2012 and the implications for women living with HIV.

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Listen Up! Women Are Talking About.... Women’s Health Research Project

Listen Up! was the first peer-based, community action research project of its kind to examine how the social determinants of health put women at greater risk for HIV infection than men.

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Barriers in Access to Primary Health Care for Young HIV+ Women: A Qualitative Research Study

YouthCO and Positive Women’s Network commissioned a research project in 2007 on the barriers that young women living with HIV face in accessing primary health care services.

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Health Promotion Workshops Evaluation

Since 2006 Positive Women’s Network has provided HIV education workshops for health and social services providers in BC. We contracted Community Solutions Planning & Evaluation to assess how well these workshops were delivered, what kinds of outcomes occurred, and what important learnings have resulted along the way.

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Retreat Program Evaluation

One of the most popular support services delivered by PWN is the Weekend Retreat Program. Offered since 1993, this program allows HIV+ women to relax and connect with one another in safe, stigma-free environments. To address this need, PWN hired a master's student in public health from Simon Fraser University to evaluate the program and the difference it has made.

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