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Fraser Health Feb 16
Book an appt at our free women's health screening clinic on Feb 19. Breast exams, pap tests & STI testing. More info:
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BCCDC Foundation Feb 16
Want to better understand the overdose crisis in BC? Join us at a free public event on Feb 28 as experts shine some light on the reality. Register here:
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BCCDC Jan 24
The BCCDC has developed new Peer Payment Standards to help guide equitable payment when engaging people with lived experience of substance use. Click the Resources tab on our Peer Engagement & Evaluation page for the new guidelines and other resources.
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Toward the Heart Feb 13
How opioid vending machines could fix Vancouver's drug crisis via
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BCCDC Foundation Feb 13
One of the projects the Foundation is pleased to be a part of: lab improvements in the lower mainland
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Prov Health Services Feb 10
Want to better understand drug and the crisis? and are teaming up with to increase awareness and understanding around BC’s overdose crisis. Speakers: and more
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EmergHealthServices Feb 9
There's been a persistent number of overdose/poisoning calls in 2018. Dispatchers and respond to more than 350 calls across BC each week.
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BCCDC Foundation Dec 11
Curious about what the BCCDC Foundation does? We work with the to foster partnerships to advance public health in BC. Want examples?
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Prov Health Services Feb 2
BC Emergency Health Services wants everyone in BC to download the app and start saving lives. Watch and explain how it works on :
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Dr Mark Tyndall Feb 6
Extremely important article . Not only do these myths delay and prevent life saving interventions, they are also insidious forms of stigma and discrimination that provides cover for inaction.
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BCCDC Feb 6
Learn how to respond to an and administer naloxone with this quick online lesson:
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BCCDC Feb 5
Do you know what you, your friends & family, and health care providers can do to prevent antibiotic resistance? Learn more:
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BCCDC Feb 6
Spread awareness, and immunity, with . Read these great stories about why matter:
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Prov Health Services Feb 1
We are looking for 100 self-identified women or females to give feedback on the health services provided . If you are 18+ and living in Metro Vancouver please take a few minutes to help us continue to improve our care!
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Annelies Becu Feb 1
needs a project manager ASAP to work on a progressive pilot project to address the toxic drug supply in BC. Apply here:
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Immunize Canada Jan 30
Earn a vaccine for someone in need by answering a quiz question! For every correct answer, 1 vaccine will be donated to someone in need. Answer a bunch, and you can immunize a whole family, or even a village! | |
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Prov Health Services Jan 29
Re-imagining (and re-imaging) the Syphistory Campaign - Check out the new blog discussing how and incorporated feedback to make the Campaign more trans inclusive.
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VCH Healthcare Jan 29
Radon levels in the VCH region are typically low compared to the rest of the province. As a proactive measure, VCH is placing radon detection devices in classrooms in . Learn more:
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WHO Jan 29
High levels of found worldwide, new data shows
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BCCDC Foundation Jan 24
One of the great things the BCCDC Foundation has done was provide funding to record and archive the BC Centre for Disease Control Grand Rounds. Interested in viewing them?
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