Workshop — Changing the Narrative on HIV and STBBI Testing: Innovations and Community Reflections


* This presentation was originally recorded in English. Closed captioning is available in both English and French.

HIV and STBBI testing is an essential component to sexual health. Lived experiences of testing amongst GBT2Q highlight the need for innovations in this space. There is an urgent need for disruption from traditional healthcare provider-focused models of testing. Using a narrative inquiry approach, which focuses on storytelling and lived experiences, we will explore community narratives on HIV and STBBI testing. Summit attendees will reflect on their own experiences and have the opportunity to hear the disruptive innovation for Get Checked Online and Test Now. Through a facilitated panel discussion, which includes voices from the BIPOC community, we will co-create new narratives of a world with more equitable testing experiences.

Rocky James (CBRC), Andrés Montiel & Aidan Ablona (BC Centre for Disease Control), MacKenzie Stewart, Heeho Ryu, & Ezra Blaque (University of Toronto), and Natasha Lawrence (Women's Health in Women's Hands), and Chris Draenos (CBRC) as moderator

Disponible en français.

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Community-Based Research Centre (CBRC) promotes the health of gay, bi, trans, Two-Spirit, and queer men (GBT2Q) through research and intervention development.
Workshop — Changing the Narrative on HIV and STBBI Testing: Innovations and Community Reflections
Workshop — Changing the Narrative on HIV and STBBI Testing: Innovations and Community Reflections
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