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
We at SMLCS would like to offer a special thanks and acknowledgment to our funders by doing a dedicated post to inform you all of the programs and who is finding them. more detailed information about the programs is available in the programing tab.
Lohn Foundation- Night out Survival at Risk Youth
The Night Out Survival kits are a personal favorite of mine, these little kits have everything you need to ensure a randomly safe night out
We're Funny that Way- Two Spirits Renewal Project
The Two Spirits Renewal project is somthing i feel is very special for the services it offers. as we all know LGBTQS2 Youth are at increased risk of depression, Isolation, suicide, and similar mental health issues. This program provides a safe place for these youth to learn Wise Practices in dealing with these issues, as well as provide additional education on safe sex practices, and information on LGBTQS2 issues and terms.
Audrey S. Hellyer Foundation - LGBTQ Supports
as you know, Shining Mountains offers a lot of support to the LGBTQ community, it is thanks to the Audrey S. Hellyer Foundation that we are able to offer as many of the supports as we offer
Pride and Remembrance Foundation
Hello everyone, Shining Mountains will be providing Naloxone training to those interested in it on the 15th of April at 10:00AM
Naloxone is the overdose prevention drug administered to a person experiencing a drug overdose, it is designed to lower overdose fatalities
if you are interested in attending and receiving this training please contact our program manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
SHINING MOUNTAINS LIVING COMMUNITY SERVICES
23rd ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
DATE: December 21, 2018
PLACE: Grey Eagle Resort and Casino, Calgary Alberta
TIME: 7 pm
SMLCS Board Members, Staff and guests Please confirm attendance prior to December 7th, 2018 by calling 403-346-9794
Hello everyone, currently the 46st access to our office is closed as the city of Red Deer is doing construction work along that street. We would like to advise everyone we are still open our regular business hours, please park at the safe way along 45th street and use the alleyway access to reach us, we apologize profusely for this inconvenience, we have been told that work should be done by November 5.
Shining Mountains Living Community Services
Title: DRUM 2 Métis Community Coordinator
Status: Part-Time 20 hours/week
Deadline: Please submit cover letter and resume or CV by: August 18, 2018
DRUM 2 will provide an opportunity for First Nation and Métis communities in Alberta to collaborate with and support each other as they work to provide improved HIV, Hep C and other STBBI prevention and care services within a shared care model approach. Under the guidance of an Elders Council and with the support of Community Research Assistants from the DRUM 1 project, we will study how programs are developed, adapted, implemented, and whether they meet their implementation goals (e.g., do they reach who they are supposed to? Are they delivered in the way that was planned? Do they continue?). DRUM 2 also provides the opportunity to learn by comparing different community approaches for shared care, including communities who follow the DRUM process, and also other communities who have developed their own shared care models. Working together, we will develop online “toolkits” for Indigenous communities to enable them to develop or enhance and assess their provision of STBBI services using a shared care model. We have received approval for five years of funding from CIHR through an HIV Implementation Science Component 2 (Implementation) grant to do this work. The grant will run from January 2018 to December 2022.
DRUM is a partnership between the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN), First Nations Inuit Health Branch (FNIHB), the Mental Health Commission of Canada, participating communities that include Sucker Creek First Nation, Driftpile Cree Nation, Tallcree First Nation, Stoney Nation, Blood Tribe and the Métis Nation of Alberta through Shining Mountains Living Community Services, people with lived experience, Elders, clinicians, researchers and service providers. The research is administered by the University of Victoria.
Responsibilities: The DRUM 2 Métis Coordinator will report directly to the Executive Director, Raye St. Denys. The overall project guidance will come from the DRUM 2 Coordinator, Carrielynn Lund.
The DRUM 2 Métis Community Coordinator will be responsible for:
This DRUM 2 Metis Coordinator position is designated for a candidate who identifies as Métis, with preference given to a Métis person living with HIV/HepC.
The Community Research Assistants will work in an office environment in Red Deer.
Applicants must be ready, willing and able to travel evenings and weekends, as required.
Interested applicants should send a current resume/CV with a cover letter detailing their relevant educational and work skills and experiences for this position.
Please forward applications to the Executive Director no later than August 18th, 2018
Raye St. Denys – email@example.com
our partners in the fight against HIV have released an important video, please watch at your leisure
Hi everyone, so, we have some news on our AVOHN project today, we had a rather important signing ceremony! please read the article for more information.