Talks

[See also: Chronology of presentations and talks]

"Dying With Your Boots On"—A New Strategy From Those Who Nurse the Urban Poor on the Streets

Presentation by Susan Giles & Evanna Brennan at the 7th Annual CANAC Conference, April 21-24, 1999, Winnipeg, Manitoba

[photo]

Re-examining Practice : Ethical Principles to Guide the Delivery
of Home Care Nursing to HIV+ Injection Drug Users

Presentation by Susan Giles & Evanna Brennan at the Canadian AIDS Society Conference, April 27-29, 2000, Toronto, Ontario [plenary session]

"Surviving the Streets"

Presentation by Theresa Coleman

  Walking in Their Boots: Experiences of an Outreach Team
in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside
[abstract]

Presentation by Susan Giles & Evanna Brennan


Talks and Presentations by Susan Giles & Evanna Brennan

  1. 11th International Conference on HIV/AIDS, Vancouver, British Columbia, (July 7-12, 1996) [poster presentation]

  2. 3rd International Conference on Home and Community Care for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS: "Meeting the Needs of the Infected and Affected": Amsterdam, The Netherlands, (May 21-24, 1997)

  3. CANAC 1998 Conference, "Renaissance: Caring in Learning to Live Again" (April 2-4, 1998).

  4. BC AIDS Conference Workshop "Living and Dying in the Downtown Eastside" Title of presentation "Palliative Care : Whose Choice?" (Nov 21, 1998)

  5. Drugs, HIV & Poverty : end of life issues for IVDU’s North Health Unit 1651 Commercial Drive, Suite 200 (March 4, 1999) 3:30 pm [presentation to Health Unit]

  6. CANAC 1999 Conference, "Dying With Your Boots On"—A New Strategy From Those Who Nurse the Urban Poor on the Streets" Crowne Plaza, Winnipeg, (April 21-24, 1999)

  7. "Dying With Your Boots On": Strategies for Care and Treatment of HIV+ Injection Drug Users Coquitlam Executive Inn (May 12, 1999)

  8. "Dying With Your Boots On" Strategies for Care and Treatment of HIV+ Injection Drug Users G.F. Strong Auditorium Wednesday, (October 20, 1999) 3:00-5:00 p.m. [presentation to Health Unit]

  9. 2nd HIV/AIDS Skillsbuilding Symposium Winnipeg "Dying With Your Boots On: Strategies for Care and Treatment of HIV+ Injection Drug Users" (Nov. 12-15, 1999)

  10. 8th Annual Conference, CANAC Toronto, [HIV Nursing for a New Millennium: Learning from our Past, Preparing for our Future], "These Boots Are Still Walking": Life After ARV’s in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside (April 27-29, 2000)

  11. G.F. Strong "These Boots Are Still Walking": Life After ARV’s in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside (May 25, 2000) [presentation to Health Unit]

  12. "These Boots Kick Butt : Life After ARV’s in the Downtown Eastside" Video Presentation and Talk By Evanna Brennan and Susan Giles, P.A.R.C. Building 1107 Seymour (January 25, 2001) 6-9 pm

  13. 10th Annual Opening Doors Conference Sudbury, "These Boots Are Still Walking: Life After ARV’s in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside" (March 22-24, 2001)

  14. 9th Annual Conference [HIV/AIDS Integrated Care for Enhanced Life] Québec Hilton Québec (Québec) "Clinic in a Corner" : Addressing the needs of transient HIV+ IVDU’s at an urban inner city shelter (April 5-7, 2001)

  15. 3rd Canadian HIV/AIDS Skillsbuilding Symposium, Montréal, Québec "Re-examining Practice": Ethical Principles to Guide the Delivery of Home Care Nursing to HIV+ Injection Drug Users (July 6-9, 2001)

  16. Canadian Palliative Care Association Conference, Victoria, BC "Dying With Your Boots On": Strategies for Care and Treatment of HIV+ Injection Drug Users (October 21-24, 2001)

  17. Current Issues in HIV Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba "Re-examining Practice": Ethical Principles to Guide the Delivery of Home Care Nursing to HIV+ Injection Drug Users (November 27-28, 2001)

  18. 10th Annual Conference, [Social Justice: The Essence of HIV/AIDS Nursing] CANAC/ACIIS Coast Plaza Hotel at Stanley Park, 1763 Comox Street, Vancouver, BC (April 14 – 17, 2002)

  19. 15th Annual Association of Nurses in AIDS Care Conference, Hyatt Regency Embarcadero San Francisco, CA "Walking in Their Boots": Experiences of an Outreach Team in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside (November 7-10, 2002)

  20. 2nd AccolAIDS Awards Presentation 2003, Vancouver, BC Acceptance speech:"An Honor And A Challenge" (April, 2003)

  21. Nutrition And HIV Conference, Granville Island, Vancouver, BC "Dying With Your Boots On": Strategies for Care and Treatment of HIV+ Injection Drug Users (June 21,2003))

  22. 4th Canadian HIV/AIDS Skillsbuilding Symposium, [ Canadian AIDS Society] Calgary, Alberta. Presentation 1: "Clinic In A Corner:Lookout" Presentation 2:"Clinic In A Corner:WISH" (November 2003)

  23. 8th Annual Conference, CANAC 2004, Toronto, Ontario. Presentation 1:"Fuzeon Delivery In A Challenging Environment" Presentation 2:"Clinic In A Corner:WISH" (April 2004)

  24. Presentation to North Unit, CHC, VCHA, Vancouver, BC. "Dying With Your Boots On": Strategies for Care and Treatment of HIV+ Injection Drug Users (June 2004)

  25. Presentation to Palliative Care Class with Jane McCall, Vancouver Community College, Vancouver BC "Meeting the Challenge, Dying with Your Boots On". (November 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009)

  26. Presentation to North Shore Home Health, VCHA, North Vancouver, BC "Dying with Your Boots On". (April 2004)

  27. Presentation to Cordova Detox, VCHA, Vancouver, BC. "Dying with Your Boots On". (July 2004).

  28. Northern Health 2nd Bi –Annual Palliative Care Conference, Prince George, BC. Presentation "Action Based Care: End of Life Issues in a Street Involved Multidiagnosed Population". (September 30, 2005)

  29. 5th Canadian HIV/AIDS Skills Building Symposium (Canadian AIDS Society) Montreal, Quebec. Presentation: "Action Based Care- End of Life Issues in a Street Involved Multidiagnosed Population". (October 2005)

  30. Nursing Harm Reduction Conference, Vancouver BC (Hear and Now, Harm Reduction in Nursing Practice), Vancouver, BC. Presentation: "Feeding the Revolving Door, Nursing Outreach to Marginalized AIDS Patients". (April 2006)

  31. XVI International AIDS Conference, International Nurses Forum (Nurses at the Forefront of HIV/AIDS for Prevention, Care and Treatment), Toronto, Ontario. Discussant: Harm Reduction in Nursing Practice. (August 12, 2006)

  32. XVI International AIDS Conference (Time to Deliver), Toronto, Ontario. Poster presentation: "Nursing Outreach to Marginalized AIDS Patients". (August 18, 2006)

  33. 15th Annual Canadian Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (HIV/AIDS Nursing, a Global Perspective, a Local Response), Vancouver, BC. Presentation: "Feeding the Revolving Door, Nursing Outreach to Marginalized AIDS Patients". (April 14-17, 2007)

  34. April 2009. CANAC, Saskatoon, "In it for the Long Haul: Maintaining Clients on Long-term Therapy isn't so simple, Even in th Era of Simplified HAART"

  35. Nov. 2010. ANAC, Reno, Nevada. "In it for the Long Haul: "Maintaining Clients on Long-term Therapy isn't so Simple, Even in the Era of Simplified HAART"

  36. March 2011. CANAC, Montreal Quebec "Nursing the Need-- the Ethics of Supporting ARV Adherence in Street Involved HIV+ Populations"