CAHR 2013 - Join CTAC to Draft a Treatment Access Bill of Rights for People Living with HIV in Canada
CTAC will be hosting an ancillary event on Thursday, April 11 from 13:00 -16:30 PST on drafting a Treatment Access Bill of Rights for People Living with HIV in Canada.
Save the date: Thursday, April 11 from 13:00 -16:30 PST
The purpose of the proposed event is to provide an opportunity for community members, policymakers, researchers
and service providers to meet and contribute to the development of CTAC's forthcoming Treatment Access Bill of
Rights for People Living with HIV in Canada. Led by CTAC, participants will have the opportunity to explore
rights and responsibilities related to fair and equitable access to a range of treatments, care and support
for people living with HIV in Canada.
This forum will include presentations from several keynote speakers followed by break-out sessions as we
collaborate toward a Bill of Rights. Participants of this event will be encouraged to provide their input
on a number of key thematic areas contributing to a Treatment Access Bill of Rights, including universal
access to healthcare, human rights and dignity, treatment decision-making, patient-centric care and
Date: Thursday, April 11, 13:00-16:30 PST
Address: The Westin Bayshore Hotel, 1601 Bayshore Dr., Vancouver, BC
Room: Cypress 2, Level 2
Registration: This session is open to all CAHR attendees, pre-registration required.
For more information please contact:
Akim Adé Larcher,
The Canadian Treatment Action Council (CTAC) works to secure and ensure access to therapies, treatments and care for people living with HIV/AIDS,
including those who are co-infected, by working with the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. For more information on CTAC's mandate,
mission and work please visit www.ctac.ca .
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