Alberta Provincial Speaker’s Bureau

Who We Are  The Positive Speaker’s Bureau Program (PSBP) connects people living with HIV to agencies and communities throughout Alberta to share about their personal experiences living with HIV. The program is specifically focused on increasing awareness, decreasing stigma, and connecting Albertans to services and care such as HIV and STI testing.  The PSBP is delivered […]

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U=U Pt. I – Perspectives of those living with HIV

The U=U campaign (or Undetectable = Untransmittable) has stated clearly that people living with HIV who achieve an undetectable viral load will not transmit (or pass on) HIV through sexual contact with their partners. To better understand how this knowledge – and its recent embrace by scientists, healthcare providers, and community-based organizations – has impacted […]

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U=U Pt II – An Activist’s Perspective

The U=U campaign (or Undetectable = Untransmittable) has stated clearly that people living with HIV who achieve an undetectable viral load will not transmit (or pass on) HIV through sexual contact with their partners. To better understand the impact of this knowledge – and its recent embrace by scientists, healthcare providers, and community-based organizations –  […]

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Understanding the needs and experiences of Albertan people living with HIV

To better understand the needs and experiences of Albertans living with HIV, the Positive Voices Caucus (PVC) designed and delivered a provincial needs assessment of people living with HIV (PHAs). To see what we learned and he subsequent recommendations made by the caucus, please review the following document below: “PHA Needs Assessment: Understanding the Needs […]

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