Upcoming Events

CINetwork is committed to bringing like-minded individuals together to share their knowledge and expertise through events, such as webinars and a spring and fall gathering.

Taking Action to Disrupt the HIV-STBBI Status Quo

Call for abstracts until February 28th, 2023 for first in-person conference since 2020!

This is your chance to share your project or idea with people who are passionate about improving the landscape of HIV-STBBI’s in Manitoba and beyond! We’re accepting abstracts for rapid fire presentations for our first face-to-face event since 2020!

The HIV-STBBI landscape is highly complex. As a result,  the MB HIV-STBBI Collective Impact Network was formed in 2016 to work collectively to tackle systems change. This is our 15th large event! With the recent dire report from the MB HIV Program and their calls to action we are moved as a Network to show how our work will create change. Our theme “Taking Action to Disrupt the HIV-STBBI Status Quo” is meant to elevate how our work will disrupt the current dire trends.

Select here for the full submission guidelines

Past Events

Learning and Actions from the CINetwork May Event

October 20 from 11:00AM-12:00PM over Zoom

At this session, participants will hear about the key findings from the Manitoba HIV-STBBI Collective Impact Network May Event and will have a chance to discuss their thoughts on next steps. Laurie Ringaert will lead the session. Laurie is the Co-Strategic facilitator of the MB HIV-STBBI Collective Impact Network. She has been with the Network since it began in 2016.

Supporting Documents for the Event:

Introduction to HIV Care and Treatment in Manitoba: Free Online Webinar

Hosted by CATIE in collaboration with the Manitoba HIV-STBBI Collective Impact Network and the Manitoba HIV Program, we invite you to participate in an interactive, online workshop for frontline service providers in Manitoba entitled An Introduction to HIV Care and Treatment in Manitoba.
Audience: Frontline service providers working with people and communities affected by HIV in Manitoba. This includes community leaders, community-based organizations who support homeless and underhoused people and people who use substances, community health nurses, outreach workers, social workers, health centre staff, community hub workers, and more.

Learning Objectives: By the end of this workshop participants will: Increase their knowledge of HIV care and treatment in Canada and Manitoba. Increase their understanding of the Manitoba HIV Program, the current landscape of HIV in Manitoba, and how service providers can support people living with HIV to get linked to care. Enhance their understanding of people’s experiences receiving HIV treatment and care. Enhance their understanding of factors that influence clients’ adherence to HIV treatment. Network and build relationships between HIV frontline service providers in Manitoba

For more information about this workshop or CATIE’s education offerings, please contact Shriya Hari, Health Educator, at shari@catie.ca

Spring Gathering May 27th, 2022 – Igniting HIV-STBBI Change Through Community Innovation

Featuring Key Note Speakers:

Dr. Barry Lavallee

Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak Inc.

Elder Dr. Albert McLeod

To view full information on panel presentations and speaker biographies, please view our Spring Symposium and Engagement Event document

Hear from community organizations and organizations working in the community who are conducting projects, programs, pilot projects that our tackling HIV-STBBI’s in innovative ways. Additionally, the CINetwork will share its projects, progress, and future plans. See our complete event itinerary here.

Click here to download our e-vite!