STI and Sexual Health Strategies

National and international strategies set high level direction and guide the response to STIs.

 

Fourth National STI Strategy

The fourth National STI Strategy 2018-2022 is one of five strategies aiming to reduce sexually transmissible infections (STI) and blood borne viruses (BBV), and the morbidity, mortality and personal and social impacts they cause. (Author: Department of Health, Australian Government)

 

Third National STI Strategy

The third National STI Strategy 2014-2017 is one of five strategies aiming to reduce sexually transmissible infections (STI) and blood borne viruses (BBV), and the morbidity, mortality and personal and social impacts they cause. (Author: Department of Health, Australian Government)

 

NSW STI Strategy 2016-2020

Describes how the public health system will work with general practitioners, non- government organisations, community organisations, researchers and affected communities to form a coordinated response to the STI epidemic in NSW. (Author: NSW Ministry of Health)

 

Queensland Sexual Health Strategy 2016–2021

This Strategy has been developed by the Department of Health in collaboration and consultation with stakeholders. The Strategy aim is to help improve the sexual and reproductive health of all Queenslanders by addressing a broad range of sexual and reproductive health issues including health promotion, prevention, clinical service provision and community education.  (Author: Queensland Health)

 

South Australian STI Implementation Plan 2016-2018

South Australia’s plan for addressing the Third National Sexually Transmissible Infections Strategy 2014-2017 and the Fourth National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Blood Borne Virus and Sexually Transmissible Infections Strategy 2014-2017. (Author: Department for Health and Ageing, SA Health)

 

WA STI Strategy 2019-2023

The goals of the WA Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Strategy 2019–2023 builds on the strengths and progress from their previous strategies, and is closely aligned to the Fourth National Sexually Transmissible Infections Strategy 2018-2022. (Author: WA Dept of Health)