Toolkits & Guides
Expanded resources with detailed, accessible, and non-judgmental information on common concerns and topics such as PrEP, HPV, genital warts, herpes and more. Available in various languages.
Accessing PrEP Toolkit (CBRC)
This toolkit developed by the Community-Based Research Centre was made by and for queer guys to give us the tools to effectively self-advocate for PrEP and our own sexual health. Here you will find information about PrEP and resources to help guide a conversation between you and a doctor. Navigating the healthcare system can be…
Herpes: A Patient’s Guide
This 25-page colour booklet talks about herpes symptoms, transmission, testing and treatment. It also offers information and support for people getting a new diagnosis of herpes and discusses dating when you have herpes. Also included are online and phone-based herpes supports as well as counselling resources in British Columbia. Produced by Clinical Prevention Services at…
Herpes: Patient Handout
This 4-page colour booklet summarizes information on herpes symptoms, transmission, testing, and treatment. It also includes support for people getting a new herpes diagnosis. Produced by Clinical Prevention Services at the British Columbia (BC) Centre for Disease Control.
HIV PrEP – Frequently asked questions (English)
Answers to questions that are commonly asked by people taking HIV PrEP or thinking about starting PrEP (English version).
HPV: A Patient’s Guide
This 11-page colour booklet summarizes information on the Human Papillomavirus (HPV), including types of HPV, prevention, screening and treatment. This guide also contains FAQs that are commonly asked by patients in our clinics and a list of resources for more information about HPV. Produced by Clinical Prevention Services at the BC Centre for Disease Control.
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