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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

 

 

ICTMM 2016 Speaker Presentationshttp://www.ashm.org.au/Pages/ICTMM-2016-Speaker-Presentations.aspxICTMM 2016 Speaker Presentations28/02/2017 1:00:00 PMFind materials from keynote speaker presentations from the International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria is one of the world’s leading tropical medicine conferences, last held in Brisbane, Australia, in September 2016.
HIV Prevention Study to Commence April 2017http://www.ashm.org.au/Pages/HIV-Prevention-Study-to-Commence-April-2017.aspxHIV Prevention Study to Commence April 201727/02/2017 1:00:00 PMSouth Australians at a high risk of acquiring HIV will have the opportunity to benefit from the latest HIV prevention medication through a new partnership. The study will examine the impact of expanding the use of PrEP across South Australia.

 HIV Events

 

 

2017 STI & HIV World Congresshttp://www.ashm.org.au/Pages/Events/STI-and-HIV-World-Congress.aspx2017 STI & HIV World CongressGP0|#871bdf8f-e0b1-496f-afb7-5fdda7c376d7;L0|#0871bdf8f-e0b1-496f-afb7-5fdda7c376d7|International;GTSet|#1b07f56b-ebc6-4830-9ee5-37a1d74ceae19-12 July 2017 | This Congress represents the biennial joint meeting of the International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research (ISSTDR) and the International Union Against Sexually Transmitted Infections (IUSTI).
IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2017)http://www.ashm.org.au/Pages/Events/IAS-2017.aspxIAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2017)GP0|#871bdf8f-e0b1-496f-afb7-5fdda7c376d7;L0|#0871bdf8f-e0b1-496f-afb7-5fdda7c376d7|International;GTSet|#1b07f56b-ebc6-4830-9ee5-37a1d74ceae123-26 July 2017 | IAS 2017 highlights major advancements in understanding the intricate network of viral-host interactions, in better characterizing and targeting the HIV reservoir, and ways to tackle persistent HIV.

 HIV Training

 

 

HIV s100 Prescribers course http://www.ashm.org.au/Courses/Pages/EVT-01795-PAHQ.aspxHIV s100 Prescribers course 3/06/2017 11:59:00 AMVICThe HIV s100 Prescriber Course is designed to support GP’s in managing and treating HIV in the general practice setting, providing them with the opportunity to establish relationships with local specialist services for ongoing mentoring and referral. Public Training
Transgender Health – An integrated model for gender diverse health provision including medical transition, sexual health and HIV preventionhttp://www.ashm.org.au/Courses/Pages/EVT-01796-FA4B.aspxTransgender Health – An integrated model for gender diverse health provision including medical transition, sexual health and HIV prevention31/03/2017 11:59:00 AMVICTransgender Health – An integrated model for gender diverse health provision including medical transition, sexual health and HIV prevention.Public Training
Strengthening Testing and Management in Aboriginal and Islander Health Settings. http://www.ashm.org.au/Courses/Pages/EVT-01788-H2Y6.aspxStrengthening Testing and Management in Aboriginal and Islander Health Settings. 25/04/2017 2:00:00 PMQLDAn opportunity to improve testing and management of Blood Borne Viruses (BBVs) and STIs in the rural and remote Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services.Public Training
ASHM SA HIV Dinner Series: CROI Report Backhttp://www.ashm.org.au/Courses/Pages/EVT-01787-L2G4.aspxASHM SA HIV Dinner Series: CROI Report Back5/04/2017 11:59:00 AMSAPublic Training

 HIV Resources

 

 

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.
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.
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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