Hi everyone, so we have two major updates today. first is an HIV research virtual press conference. For anyone wanting to attetned just fallow the link:
Second, we have another set of job offers for those interested in working with one of our partners CAAN (Canadian Aboriginal Aids Network)
Two-Spirit Community Engagement Coordinators
The Wabanaki Two-Spirit Alliance (W2SA) is hiring two (2) dynamic and forward-thinking Indigenous/Two-Spirit community engagement coordinators to be a part of our W2SA team. The coordinators will collaborate with the Executive Director to meet the goals of the W2SA in the region. See more information about the position on the W2SA website at http://w2sa.ca/
Two-Spirit Community Engagement Coordinators Wabanaki Two-Spirit Alliance
Position: Two (2) Community Engagement Coordinators
Project: Wabanaki Two-Spirit Alliance (W2SA)
Location: Atlantic Region (1 position in NB - PEI and 1 position in NL)
Note: This position will work remotely until virtual operations end; therefore, a reliable internet connection is required.)
Contract: 0.5 FTE position; 40 hours bi-weekly with an anticipated start date of February 2021 and end date of March 31, 2022, with a possibility for renewal. Dates are subject to change. A three- month probationary period will be in effect. This position may be increased to a full-time position by mutual agreement once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
Salary: Salary commensurate with experience (range is $20,000-25,000 plus benefits)
Deadline: Applications will be reviewed until the positions are filled.
Contact information is in the attached images and on the website link!
Hi everyone, we have some upcoming webinars and online events we thought you mind be interested in as well as a job posting from CAITE. While CAITE’s main office is in Toronto the position is remote so as long as you can make the working commitments and meet the requirements you should still be a valid candidate wherever you live.
Syphilis: Key Populations in Canada
Thursday, February 4th 2021, 1-2 PM EST
Several key populations have been disproportionately affected during the syphilis epidemic in Canada in recent years. The Public Health Agency of Canada recently released an in-depth look at syphilis in Canada in the past decade in a report titled Syphilis in Canada: Technical report on epidemiological trends, determinants and interventions. This webinar will present an overview of a few key populations examined in the report, namely the indigenous population, gbMSM, pregnant women, people who use drugs, and people living with HIV. The aim of this webinar is to provide updated information to organizations interacting with these key populations on their respective background information, epidemiological trends, and interventions.
To attend the webinar you need to follow these three steps:
1. STEP ONE
Register in advance by following the link below: https://ca01web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_VOeEawKmRU2jEoNZQHok4g
Event password: FEB04
2. STEP TWO:
You will receive an email confirmation with a personalised link for you to join the webinar. Save that email until the day of the webinar.
3. STEP THREE:
On the day of the webinar, click the link on the confirmation email to watch the webinar. It will take you to the zoom.us site. Click “join from your browser”.
You will need internet connection to participate in Zoom webinars through the web-based interface. You may also join audio by phone for the English presentation. Please note: French interpretation is not available by phone at this time. To hear the French interpretation audio you will need to join Zoom via the web-based interface and select computer audio.
INHSU Prisons: Speed-geeking event
What is speed-geeking?
‘Speed-Geeking’ is a fun, interactive activity where you will get a snapshot on a range of topics from across the globe. You will be placed into a breakout room with 8-10 other attendees, where you will hear a range of short talks from our ‘geeks’, who are global experts in their field. There will also be some time for a short discussion with your ‘geek’ before they move on to the next breakout room. It’s a similar premise to speed-dating – hence the name!
Topics and speakers:
Running a national corrections hepatitis network
Mandy Altman, Director, National Hepatitis Corrections Network, United States
Peer-based education in New Mexico prisons
Daniel Rowan, Program Manager, The Next Mexico Peer Education Project, ECHO Institute United States
Implementing a point-of-care "one stop shop" in prisons
Yumi Sheehan, Project Officer/Coordinator, Kirby Institute/National Prisons Hepatitis Network, UNSW Sydney, Australia
Implementing transitional care coordination services for HCV: Lessons learned from HIV
Alison Jordan, Social Worker, ACOJA Consulting, United States
Designing research studies: Integrating people with lived experience of incarceration
Sofia Bartlett, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, BC Centre for Disease Control, Canada