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Positive Living Society of British Columbia (Formally BCPWA)

Living+ July/August 2000 - Issue 7

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
BCPWA
Agency: 
BCPWA
Date: 
2000-08
Pages: 
43
Summary: 
Cover Story: Break the Silence: The International Conference on AIDS 04 THINK + Opinion & Editorial. Where Does the BCPWA Go From Here? Looking ahead at BCPWA: the need for greater representation of PWAs living outside of Vancouver. 05 NEWSREEL News from home and around the world Death of an Activist. A Loving Spoonful Launches New Website. New Subsidized Housing Development. Two Standards of Care. Liberals Attack Free Lube Distribution. Government Should Review Funding, Study Says. HIV Crisis Among Aboriginals. 07 READERSHIP SURVEY Living + Readers Surf the Internet a Lot, Spend Millions of Therapies. Results are in from the Living + Magazine readership survey. 84% say magazine has improved their knowledge of treatments. 08 INTERNAL EXCHANGE In this issue we profile the industrious team in the Communications Department. 09 ADVOCACY NEWS Provincial Government Drops the Ball. An update on what
Keywords: 
BCPWA, AIDS Service Organizations, Treatment Information, Gay Men, Women, Complementary and Alternative Treatments, Advocacy, Nutrition, Antiretrovirals (ARVs), IVDUs, Immunology, International Conference, Africa, AIDS Denalism, Hepatitis C

Living+ March/April 2000 - Issue 4 [sic]

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
BCPWA
Agency: 
BCPWA
Date: 
2000-04
Summary: 
Cover Story: Silence! Speaking for you without listening to you 04 THINK + Opinion & Editorial. The Destruction of Our Movement. The Government
Keywords: 
BCPWA, AIDS Service Organizations, Treatment Information, Gay Men, Women, Complementary and Alternative Treatments, Advocacy, Nutrition, Antiretrovirals (ARVs), IVDUs, Immunology, Health Care System, Side Effects, Opportunistic Infections, Harm Reduction, Hepatitis C, Volunteerism

Living+ July/August 1999 - Issue 1

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
BCPWA
Agency: 
BCPWA
Date: 
1999-08
Pages: 
44
Summary: 
Cover Story: Treatment Activists take on the drug companies - The High Cost of Survival; 04 THINK + Opinion & Editorial. BCPWA
Keywords: 
BCPWA, AIDS Service Organizations, Treatment Information, Gay Men, Women, Complementary and Alternative Treatments, Advocacy, Nutrition, Antiretrovirals (ARVs), IVDUs, Immunology, Taxes, Needles, Loving Spoonful, Research, Spirituality, Vaccine, Side Effects, Drug Costs, Drug Policy, Hepatitis C

Living+ November/December 1999 - Issue 3

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
BCPWA
Agency: 
BCPWA
Date: 
1999-12
Pages: 
36
Summary: 
Cover Story: World AIDS Day04 THINK + Opinion & Editorial. '99 Was a Very Good Year. Glen Hillson looks back over the past year, reviews some of the society
Keywords: 
BCPWA, AIDS Service Organizations, Treatment Information, Gay Men, Women, Complementary and Alternative Treatments, Advocacy, Nutrition, Antiretrovirals (ARVs), IVDUs, Immunology, World AIDS Day, Spirituality, Anal Cancer, Methadone

HAART as Prevention: A Positive Perspective

Publication type: 
Position Paper
Agency: 
BCPWA
Sponsor: 
2
Date: 
2006-08-02
Pages: 
2
Summary: 
Around the time of the 2006 International AIDS Conference in Toronto, Ontario, Julio Montaner, the president-elect of the International AIDS Society and head of the British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, proposed that everyone infected with HIV be treated with highly active antiretroviral therapy, or HAART, as a means to reduce the transmission of HIV based on the idea that as HAART reduces the amount of HIV in a person's bloodstream, they become less infectious. The British Columbia Persons with AIDS Society supports the provision of HAART to all who want it and benefit from its use, they also believe that the eradication of HIV requires a complex, multi-faceted approach.
Keywords: 
HIV/AIDS; AIDS Services Organizations; BC Persons With AIDS Society; HIV Prevention; Treatment; Policy; Highly Active Antiretroviral Theraphy HAART)

British Columbia Persons With AIDS Society Constitution and By-Laws. Consolidated at April 1, 2001 [amended]

Publication type: 
Miscellaneous
Agency: 
BCPWA
Sponsor: 
BCPWA
Date: 
2001-04-01
Pages: 
11
Summary: 
Constitution and bylaws of the British Columbia Persons with AIDS Society (BCPWA) as of April 1st, 2001and amended.
Keywords: 
HIV/AIDS; AIDS Services Organizations; BC Persons With AIDS Society; Constitution

British Columbia Persons With AIDS Society Strategic Plan 2005 - 2010

Publication type: 
Project Proposal / Grant Application
Agency: 
BCPWA
Sponsor: 
BCPWA
Date: 
2004-05
Pages: 
41
Summary: 
The BC Persons with AIDS Society's Strategic Plan, 2005 - 2010, will guide and inform the work of the Society over the next five years. Please note that this Plan does not represent a rigid and fixed document, it should be considered as a dynamic and flexible text that is informed and guided by the membership of the Society and the emerging issues and ever-changing nature of the HIV/AIDS Community. Provision of Services to Members The vast majority of the Society
Keywords: 
HIV/AIDS; AIDS Services Organizations; BC Persons With AIDS Society; Policy; Program Development; Empowerment; Volunteerism; Social Support; Advocacy

British Columbia Persons With AIDS Society Constitution and By-Laws. Consolidated at February 16, 2005

Publication type: 
Miscellaneous
Agency: 
BCPWA
Sponsor: 
BCPWA
Date: 
2005-02-16
Pages: 
12
Summary: 
Constitution and bylaws of the British Columbia Persons with AIDS Society (BCPWA) as of February 16, 2005
Keywords: 
HIV/AIDS; AIDS Services Organizations; BC Persons With AIDS Society; Constitution

British Columbia Persons With AIDS Society Strategic Plan 2005 - 2010 DRAFT

Publication type: 
Project Proposal / Grant Application
Agency: 
BCPWA
Sponsor: 
BCPWA
Pages: 
40
Summary: 
Draft of The BC Persons with AIDS Society's Strategic Plan, 2005 - 2010. The document will guide and inform the work of the Society over the next five years. Please note that this Plan does not represent a rigid and fixed document, it should be considered as a dynamic and flexible text that is informed and guided by the membership of the Society and the emerging issues and ever-changing nature of the HIV/AIDS Community. Provision of Services to Members The vast majority of the Society
Keywords: 
HIV/AIDS; AIDS Services Organizations; BC Persons With AIDS Society; Policy; Program Development; Empowerment; Volunteerism; Social Support; Advocacy

British Columbia Persons With AIDS Society Summary Strategic Plan 2005 - 2010 DRAFT

Publication type: 
Project Proposal / Grant Application
Agency: 
BCPWA
Sponsor: 
BCPWA
Pages: 
13
Summary: 
Summary Draft of The BC Persons with AIDS Society's Strategic Plan, 2005 - 2010. The document will guide and inform the work of the Society over the next five years. Please note that this Plan does not represent a rigid and fixed document, it should be considered as a dynamic and flexible text that is informed and guided by the membership of the Society and the emerging issues and ever-changing nature of the HIV/AIDS Community. Provision of Services to Members The vast majority of the Society
Keywords: 
HIV/AIDS; AIDS Services Organizations; BC Persons With AIDS Society; Policy; Program Development; Empowerment; Volunteerism; Social Support; Advocacy

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