Living with HIV has changed dramatically over the past 30 years. In the context of access to highly active antiretroviral therapy:
what do we mean by self-care?
what are the challenges that make it difficult to engage in care and adhere to treatment?
what supports exist in our community?
what is a Peer Navigator and how can they support you?
Listen to thought-provoking presentations from a variety of perspectives and get your questions on HIV self-management answered.
Dr Susan Burgess
RSVP by November 28th to email@example.com or 604 893 5311
This forum is made possible through the generous support of Gilead.
Cost: Free. Dinner provided if RSVP
Location: Carnegie Community Centre. 401 Main Street (at Hastings). Vancouver, V6A 2T7
Contact: RSVP by November 28th to firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Wednesday, 30 November 2011 - 6:00pm
About POSITIVE LIVING BC
POSITIVE LIVING BC is dedicated to empowering persons living with HIV/AIDS through mutual support and collective action.
We are a Registered Non-profit Society (#11928-2085) and an established leader in the HIV/AIDS movement . Uniquely
among major agencies in Canada, the POSITIVE LIVING BC Board of Directors is composed entirely of HIV+ members.
Formerly known as the British Columbia Persons With AIDS Society (BCPWA) and with a membership of more than 4,800 HIV+ members,
we are Western Canada's largest AIDS service organization and a proud history spanning three decades. For more information visit: www.positivelivingbc.org
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