Training the next generation of HIV care providers
Drawing from our network of experts, both locally and internationally, Casey House plays a leading role in the Toronto community of HIV/AIDS service organizations in putting together conferences, workshops and symposiums in order to further our collective understanding of HIV/AIDS.
To learn more or register for Casey House educational events, call 416-324-5123 ext. 4009 or register by email. Please note that registration is required for all Casey House educational events, and that space is limited, so please register early.
Casey House has also partnered with the Rekai Centre, a long-term care facility, to develop an accessible and inclusive video teaching series. Intended to be viewed by anyone working in a long-term care setting in all staff and volunteer capacities, these videos feature both the perspectives of those working with HIV/AIDS clients as well as people who themselves live with HIV/AIDS, their families and loved ones.
Click here for more information and to gain access to this professional development video series. For inquiries regarding access to the videos, training opportunities for your workplace, or questions about this series, please email us at email@example.com.
The Rekai Centres and Casey House would like to acknowledge the support of the MAC AIDS Fund.
Missed a workshop?
Casey House has partnered with the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) to provide video footage of many of our workshops and symposia online. View videos here >>
Upcoming Education Events
Book a Speaker
Does your organization care for clients with HIV/AIDS? Might it in the future?
A pioneer in HIV/AIDS care, Casey House has provided compassionate care for people with HIV/AIDS since 1988. We’re committed to advancing the inter-professional education of HIV/AIDS health care providers, both at Casey House and in our wider communities.
The Casey House Speakers Bureau is comprised of inter-professional care providers from Casey House’s in-patient and community programs. These experienced clinical care educators are available for talks and workshops in HIV/AIDS education, and travel to health care and educational facilities throughout the greater Toronto area.
Interested in booking a speaker for your organization? Contact our education development coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.