Health knowledge is one of many areas that have expanded exponentially since the development of the Internet.
Many challenges have resulted from that growth, including critically assessing content and keeping up with the pace of information that's out there.
The next Gay Men's Health Summit will explore what issues are involved in this technology-based phenomenon, and how that might affect everyone from health professionals to gay men, in a variety of issues such as well-being or the HIV epidemic.
The Community-Based Research Centre will hold its next Gay Men's Health Summit, with theme "The New Literacy of Gay Men's Health", on October 30 and 31 at SFU Harbour Centre.
Submissions for presentations, workshops, or panels are now being accepted. The deadline is September 8.
For more information, visit the CBRC website.
Meanwhile, the CBRC is also accepting applications until Wednesday (August 27) for a communications and online coordinator. For more information, visit the CBRC website.