Dr Katelin Haynes, Queensland Program Manager
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As the Queensland Program Manager, Katelin works across the major program areas of HIV, viral hepatitis and sexual health. Katelin has recently completed her PhD in medical research.
Interested health sector parties in Queensland (including clinicians, Aboriginal and Islander Community-controlled Health Services, community and sexual health workers and organisations) can contact Katelin about any of ASHM’s Queensland activities including:
Melinda Hassall, Clinical Nurse Lead (Nursing Program)
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As Clinical Nurse Lead, Melinda is responsible for the ongoing management and development of ASHM’s national Nursing Program. Ensuring nurses have access to high quality and relevant training to enhance their professional development is a priority. The Nursing Program also provides ASHM nurse members with opportunities to participate in discreet projects and activities related to advocacy, policy and practice within the HIV, viral hepatitis and sexual health sectors.
Melinda is a Registered Nurse with experience in acute care, primary health care and public health, has completed a Graduate Certificate in Health Promotion and a Masters degree in Public Health. Melinda has a strong interest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and the elimination of viral hepatitis.
Please contact Melinda for further information on ASHM’s nursing related activities and the Nursing Program.
Kate Bath, Project Officer (HIV and Sexual Health)
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Kate is responsible for the delivery of the HIV s100 prescriber program in Queensland, including training about HIV treatment and prevention such as Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) and Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). She also delivers training and education on STIs and sexual health.
Queensland clinicians, including GPs and PHC nurses who are interested in training and support through the HIV s100 prescriber program as well as workers in sexual health (both clinical and non-clinical) who are interested in training and education opportunities in providing access services to PEP and PrEP, can contact Kate directly.
Samantha Bolton, Viral Hepatitis Project Officer
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Samantha is implementing the delivery of the Hepatitis B prescriber program and Hepatitis C management and treatment training for Queensland clinicians. These programs equip clinicians to manage and monitor patients, and prescribe medications for viral hepatitis in the primary care setting.
Samantha also coordinates training in the screening and management of blood-borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections for health professionals across regional QLD.
QLD clinicians who are interested in prescribing medication for HBV and/or HCV can contact Samantha directly to find out more about upcoming training.