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What ASHM does in HIV

ASHM supports the health workforce in HIV across Australia, New Zealand and the Asia and Pacific regions. 

We support our members and sector partners to generate knowledge and action in clinical management, research, education, policy and advocacy.​

  • We also offer a range of clinical training, education and resources to support all levels of the HIV workforce, including material for non-medical professions, such as the police and emergency services.

Information ​is organised according to relevant clinical milestones in HIV.  ​

If there is any information which you are unable to find, please use the search function in the top right corner. 

You can also contact us directly at  ashm@ashm.org.au

 HIV News

 

 

ASHM prepares for training in tropical Far North Queenslandhttp://www.ashm.org.au/Pages/News/Training-in-tropical-Far-North-Queensland.aspxASHM prepares for training in tropical Far North Queensland21/02/2017 1:00:00 PMASHM staff will be travelling to Cairns, Thursday Island and Bamaga from the 13-17 March 2017 to run 6 courses on HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and STIs for a wide audience. This will include a Hepatitis B s100 Prescriber Course on Thursday Island.
A VHHITAL part of better carehttp://www.ashm.org.au/Pages/A-VHHITAL-part-of-better-care.aspxA VHHITAL part of better careNWMPHN12/02/2017 1:00:00 PMPrimary care is set to take centre stage in the treatment and prevention of blood borne viruses, with the official launch of the Victorian HIV and Viral Hepatitis Integrated Training and Learning (VHHITAL) program on 9 February 2016.

 HIV Events

 

 

Asia Pacific AIDS & Co-infections Conference (APACC)http://www.ashm.org.au/Pages/Events/APACC-2017.aspxAsia Pacific AIDS & Co-infections Conference (APACC)GP0|#871bdf8f-e0b1-496f-afb7-5fdda7c376d7;L0|#0871bdf8f-e0b1-496f-afb7-5fdda7c376d7|International;GTSet|#1b07f56b-ebc6-4830-9ee5-37a1d74ceae11-3 June 2017 | APACC is the leading conference within the Asia Pacific region and a quintessential platform for young investigators. Do not miss out on this unique opportunity to meet your colleagues in the field of HIV and Co-infections.

 HIV Training

 

 

Fundamentals of HIV and Sexual Health: Expanding the Scope of Primary Health Care Nurseshttp://www.ashm.org.au/Courses/Pages/EVT-01771-ACSW.aspxFundamentals of HIV and Sexual Health: Expanding the Scope of Primary Health Care Nurses22/04/2017 11:59:00 AMQueenslandFull day training in BBVs and STIs for primary health care nurses.Public Training
Fundamentals of HIV and Sexual Health: Expanding the Scope of Primary Health Care Nurseshttp://www.ashm.org.au/Courses/Pages/EVT-01766-BQBS.aspxFundamentals of HIV and Sexual Health: Expanding the Scope of Primary Health Care Nurses1/04/2017 11:59:00 AMNSWFull day training in BBVs and STIs for primary health care nurses.Public Training
Fundamentals of HIV diagnosis, assessment, and preventionhttp://www.ashm.org.au/Courses/Pages/EVT-01765-8O95.aspxFundamentals of HIV diagnosis, assessment, and prevention15/03/2017 11:59:00 AMVICIntroductory level for Viral Hepatitis management in primary care.Public Training
Strengthening BBV & STI Testing and Management in Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Serviceshttp://www.ashm.org.au/Courses/Pages/EVT-01753-MH68.aspxStrengthening BBV & STI Testing and Management in Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services28/03/2017 11:59:00 AMQLDAn opportunity to improve testing and management of BBVs and STIs in rural and remote Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services.Public Training

 HIV Resources

 

 

HIV Management In Australasiahttp://www.ashm.org.au/Lists/ASHM Links/DispForm.aspx?ID=29HIV Management In AustralasiaGP0|#a700ed02-fbb9-4529-9868-7e249cd119ec;L0|#0a700ed02-fbb9-4529-9868-7e249cd119ec|Resource;GTSet|#48fc36ff-f241-4a97-8906-dc332a2c106e;GP0|#bf3a16d5-8749-4fe0-afa3-e9a52058caa5;L0|#0bf3a16d5-8749-4fe0-afa3-e9a52058caa5|Website;GPP|#a700ed02-fbb9-4529-9868-7e249cd119ecThis website updates and replaces the 2009 monograph. This HIV clinical resource reflects current knowledge and recommended practice in HIV medicine.
ARV Guidelineshttp://www.ashm.org.au/Lists/ASHM Links/DispForm.aspx?ID=7ARV GuidelinesGP0|#bf3a16d5-8749-4fe0-afa3-e9a52058caa5;L0|#0bf3a16d5-8749-4fe0-afa3-e9a52058caa5|Website;GTSet|#48fc36ff-f241-4a97-8906-dc332a2c106e;GPP|#a700ed02-fbb9-4529-9868-7e249cd119ec;GP0|#a700ed02-fbb9-4529-9868-7e249cd119ec;L0|#0a700ed02-fbb9-4529-9868-7e249cd119ec|Resource;GP0|#f930338e-f661-4c7b-93e9-547493c0888c;L0|#0f930338e-f661-4c7b-93e9-547493c0888c|GuidelineThis website holds The Australian Commentary to the US DHHS Guidelines for the use of Antiretroviral Agents in HIV-1 Infected Adults and Adolescents which has been prepared by the (ASHM) Sub-Committee for Guidance onHIV Management in Australia.
Testing Portalhttp://www.ashm.org.au/Lists/ASHM Links/DispForm.aspx?ID=1Testing PortalGP0|#bf3a16d5-8749-4fe0-afa3-e9a52058caa5;L0|#0bf3a16d5-8749-4fe0-afa3-e9a52058caa5|Website;GTSet|#48fc36ff-f241-4a97-8906-dc332a2c106e;GPP|#a700ed02-fbb9-4529-9868-7e249cd119ec;GP0|#a700ed02-fbb9-4529-9868-7e249cd119ec;L0|#0a700ed02-fbb9-4529-9868-7e249cd119ec|ResourceHouses the national testing policies which are are targeted towards health professionals ordering HIV, Hepatitis C and Hepatitis B related tests, and receiving and interpreting results.
HIV, Viral Hepatitis, STIs: A Guide for Primary Care Providers (4th Edition)http://www.ashm.org.au/resources/Pages/1976963411.aspxHIV, Viral Hepatitis, STIs: A Guide for Primary Care Providers (4th Edition)GP0|#eca81a01-0ba2-4e98-8935-5523ff706f40;L0|#0eca81a01-0ba2-4e98-8935-5523ff706f40|Monograph;GTSet|#48fc36ff-f241-4a97-8906-dc332a2c106e;GPP|#a700ed02-fbb9-4529-9868-7e249cd119ecThis monograph is a leading HIV, viral hepatitis and STI clinical resource, reflecting current knowledge and recommended practice in primary care settings.

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