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Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Dr. Peter

The Broadcast Tapes of Dr. Peter: Screening and Talkback

It all started on CBC Television evening news on September 10, 1990, with these words from Dr. Peter Jepson-Young, BSc'79, MD'85: "I'm going to be introducing you to someone with AIDS to help provide a name, a face, and an identity to this disease. The person I'm going to be introducing you to is myself. I'm a doctor, but I'm also a patient - a patient with AIDS."

For many people, the Dr. Peter Diaries was the first introduction to someone with AIDS - and to someone who was openly gay. Over the next two years, to within two weeks of his death, 111 weekly episodes of the Diaries were aired. The Diaries were so successful that a documentary compilation, The Broadcast Tapes of Dr. Peter, was nominated for an Academy Award in 1994.

Join UBC Alumni Affairs, the UBC Faculty of Medicine and the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation for a special evening celebrating the 20th anniversary of the debut of the Dr. Peter Diaries and the 25th anniversary of his graduation from UBC Medicine. After an exclusive screening of the acclaimed documentary, there will be a talkback session featuring some of his closest friends and supporters.

Speakers:

  • Emcee - Bill Richardson , MLS'80 , CBC Broadcaster
  • Opening remarks - Dr. Deborah Money , BSc'81, MD'85 , Peter's classmate; Associate Professor, UBC Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology; Executive Director, Women's Health Institute, Provincial Health Services Authority Children's/Women's Hospital
  • Panellist - Dr. Stacy Elliott , BHE'80, MD'85 , Peter's classmate; Clinical Professor, UBC Departments of Psychiatry and Urological Sciences; Director, BC Center for Sexual Medicine; Co-Director, Vancouver Sperm Retrieval Clinic
  • Panellist - Dr. David Butcher , BSc'81, MD'85 , Peter's classmate and Vice President, Medicine and Clinical Programs for the Northern Health Authority
  • Panellist - Shirley Young , Mother of Dr. Peter Jepson-Young; Honorary Board Member, Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation and dedicated volunteer
  • Panellist - David Paperny , President of Paperny Films; Director/Executive Producer of The Broadcast Tapes of Dr. Peter and Honorary Board Member, Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation

With the support of:


Event Details

Thursday, September 9, 2010

6:30-9:30pm (Guests must arrive between 5:30-6:00 pm, see note below)

6:30pm - Program, Screening and Talk Back (Studio 40)

8:30pm - Wine and cheese reception (Audience Lounge)

CBC Studios downtown (Studio 40 and the Audience Lounge)

700 Hamilton Street

Vancouver, BC
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There is no charge for this event.

Guests are welcome but advance registration is required.

CBC Building Security requires that all guests arrive between 30 minutes and one hour in advance of the event start time (between 5:30 - 6:00pm) to allow enough time to pass through security. Guests arriving any later than 6:15pm will not be granted access to the event.

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RSVP
RSVP by Friday, September 3, 2010. For more information contact Melissa Forster at 604-827-5831
melissa.forster@ubc.ca .

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About the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation

Before his death, Dr. Peter established the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation with a mission to provide care for people living with HIV/AIDS. Today, the Dr. Peter Centre is recognized locally and globally for its integrated model of HIV/AIDS healthcare. The Centre brings together diverse individuals with diverse health issues in addition to living with HIV/AIDS - experiences of trauma, discrimination because of sexual orientation and gender identity, serious mental illness, longstanding addictions, and homelessness.

Twenty years ago, Dr. Peter inspired a generation to change the way they thought about HIV/AIDS. Today, the Dr. Peter Centre is inspiring a new generation of HIV/AIDS healthcare. The Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation's vision for the next twenty years is to make a significant contribution to changing the world of HIV/AIDS care.

Dr. Peter's legacy is ours to continue.

www.drpeter.org

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About UBC Medicine

UBC continues to honour Peter's life and legacy through its commitment to improving the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS by conducting world-class research in HIV/AIDS diagnosis, prevention and treatment. The UBC HIV/AIDS Research Program is closely allied with the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS and involves faculty members at the St. Paul's site. It is nationally and internationally recognized for work in all facets of the disease, including testing novel antiretroviral therapies, studying HIV transmission in marginalized populations, and developing HIV/AIDS prevention strategies and treatments.
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