The Summit is CBRC’s annual two-day knowledge exchange and capacity building conference on gay, bi, trans, Two-Spirit, and queer (GBT2Q) health. Since 2005, the Summit has brought together researchers, service providers, community members and organizations to present the latest in GBT2Q health. Beginning in 2017, the Summit expanded into a national conference, building on its strong roots within BC to facilitate broader participation of GBT2Q stakeholders across Canada.
Each Summit includes two days of interdisciplinary and community-centred content, including workshops, presentations, readings, and panel discussions from a diverse range of community, academic, clinical, and public health stakeholders across Canada. Every Summit also features exciting keynote speakers including researchers and advocates from Canada and around the world whose work is having a significant impact for GBT2Q.
Please visit the Reports + Publications section to access content from previous Summits, including conference programmes, proceedings reports, and links to recorded presentations.
For all information regarding our Summit 2019, click here.
For more information regarding the Summit, please contact Michael Haack (firstname.lastname@example.org)