An interview with Peer Health Mentors working to improve connection to hepatitis C virus treatment after release from provincial prisons in BC, meet our new Board Treasurer, the health and wellbeing of Ukrainians, and more, in our March newsletter!
In a follow-up to her last guest blog post introducing Test, Link, Call Project (TLC), Dr Sofia Bartlett returns to share an interview she recently had with Peer Health Mentors Pam, Cheri, and Tammy at Unlocking the Gates Society (UTG).
Test, Link, Call (TLC) Project: Improving Connection to Hepatitis C Virus Treatment After Release from Provincial Prisons in BC, Reflections: COVID-19, Looking Back and Ahead, Together, and we’d love your help with a thing! Check out our February issue for these stories, and more!
With funding and support from the BCCDC Foundation for Public Health, the Test, Link, Call Project (TLC) was formed. This project aims to increase the proportion of people affected by HCV infection who connect to a community HCV treatment provider after release from BC Provincial Correctional Centres.
The BCCDC Foundation recently collaborated with Science World and the scientists and experts of the BC Centre for Disease Control and Public Health Labs to offer an educational and fun evening trying to solve a murder mystery, for the third October in a row! This year’s event featured a capitalist with a time machine, bringing …
BCCDC Faculty interested in applying for funding, be sure to watch your email inboxes in late August; the next round of applications will be reviewed in October 2019. To see some of our past research successes, you can search the OAP tag in this blog section.