Une communauté de partage des ressources pour les fournisseurs de services canadiens dans le domaine du VIH et de l’hépatite C

PWN

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

Ressources

Booking Travel for Members: Instructions

Procedures and forms for travel bookings for PWN members by PWN staff.

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Community-based HIV/HCV Integration at Positive Women's Network

Project proposal for examining HIV/hepatitis C service integration at PWN.

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Positive Women's Network: Honouring 20 Years of Challenging HIV and Changing Women's Lives

A narrative summary reflecting on the first twenty years of PWN based on focus groups and
interviews.

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2013 Positive Women’s Network members’ wellness retreat procedures: honoraria fees and guidelines for retreat facilitators

The following guidelines are used for setting honorarium fees for presenters, speakers, facilitators, volunteers, and PWN members participating in various PWN events and workshops.

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Outreach Program evaluation

This evaluation of PWN's outreach efforts showed that the program’s ability to work with women and support them in difficult times resulted in the outcome of the program being more important than the activities themselves. Thus, the outcomes of providing support expand beyond providing specific services to creating environments in which PWN members can experience transformative connections which create stability, security, and environments in which the women can become empowered and more independent.

Positive Side (Volume 23, Number 3)

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Positive Side (Volume 23, Number 2)

Newsletter (May-August 2015).

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Positive Side (Volume 23, Number 1)

Newsletter (January-April 2015).

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Positive Side (Volume 22, Number 3)

Newsletter (September-December 2014).

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The Criminalization of HIV Nondisclosure: What Does It Mean for Policy and Practice at a Women-Specific HIV Organization? (2015)

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