HIV in My Day: Reflecting Back, Looking Forward

So many stories of so many lives and all of them drifting away…

HIV in My Day: Reflecting Back, Looking Forward
Research Study on BC’s HIV/AIDS Epidemic

Were you diagnosed with HIV/AIDS and living in BC before 1996?
Did you support or care for someone living with HIV during this time?

Help us document the early years of BC’s HIV/AIDS Epidemic
by sharing your experiences in an oral history interview.
Participants will receive $50.

HIV in My Day: Reflecting Back, Looking Forward is an oral history project that hopes to document the beginning of the HIV epidemic (pre 1996) in British Colombia’s history by having those with lived experience and their caregivers recount their experiences.

This research study has been reviewed and approved by the University of Victoria Research Ethics Board and is funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Vancouver Foundation.

to participate or for more information please contact:

call toll free: 1.844.472.4606 – UVic

or Vancouver Island PWA Society (VPWAS)
250.382.7927 / 1.877.382.7927 (toll free)

For more information on this study please contact:

Nathan Lachowsky, PhD
Assistant Professor, School of Public Health & Social Policy, Faculty of Human & Social Development, University of Victoria Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Scholar

P.O. Box 1700, STN CSC
Victoria, BC V8W 2Y2

​P: 250-472-5739
F: 250-472-4109

Vancouver Island Persons Living With HIV/AIDS Society (VPWAS) 205 - 1120 Yates Street, Coast Salish Territories, Victoria, BC. V8V 3M9
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