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International Overdose Awareness Day Poster - 2022

Organization: Women and HIV/AIDS Initiative
Publication date: 2022

LetsStopAIDS Sex Lives Report

Organization: LetsStopAIDS
Publication date: 2022
LetsStopAIDS Sex Lives Inaugural Report takes the temperature on the state of sex among youth, with a focus on understanding the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the sexual behaviour of young Canadi...

A guideline and policy recommendations for STBBI testing and linkage to care in British Columbia Provincial Correctional Settings

Organization: STBBI Pathways
Publication date: 2022
The You Matter Project: Pathways to care for STBBIs. A guideline and policy recommendations for STBBI testing and linkage to care in British Columbia Provincial Correctional Settings Prior to this pr...

STBBI factsheet for Correctional Officers and Staff

Organization: STBBI Pathways
Publication date: 2022
This is a fact sheet on STBBIs that is aimed specifically at people who work in correctional settings who are not health care workers, such as Wardens, Correctional Officers, or Programs Officers. ...

STBBI treatment fact sheet for health care workers in corrections

Organization: STBBI Pathways
Publication date: 2022
This is a fact sheet on STBBI transmission and treatment that is aimed specifically at Health Care Workers who are providing care to people who are incarcerated in Canada....

STBBI prevalence in correctional settings fact sheet

Organization: STBBI Pathways
Publication date: 2022
This is a fact sheet aimed at Health Care Workers, particularly those who work in Correctional Health Care settings. It presents the prevalence of Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections (STBB...