ASHM administers the s100 accreditation programs for HIV and hepatitis B prescribers of highly specialised drugs.
We are the accrediting HIV prescriber agency in all Australian jurisdictions other than Victoria, which is managed by the Victorian HIV and Hepatitis Integrated Training And Learning (VHHITAL).
More About the Regulatory Regime
HIV and hepatitis B medications are subject to a restricted prescribing regime, which means that only approved medical practitioners (known as s100 prescribers) can prescribe these medications. These prescribers have undergone specific training and education to become qualified to prescribe these medications, and they are subject to ongoing monitoring and auditing to ensure they are prescribing safely and appropriately.
Hepatitis C medications are also subject to specific prescribing requirements, but these are less restrictive than the regimes for HIV and hepatitis B. Under current regulations, any medical practitioner can prescribe hepatitis C medications, but they must do so in accordance with specific guidelines and protocols, and within their scope of practice.
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Become a Prescriber
Enhance your care for individuals with HIV and hepatitis B as an s100 prescriber.
Gain access to resources and specialised training that will help you improve treatment outcomes and make a impact on patients’ lives. Become a prescriber.
Use our prescriber maps to search for HIV, PrEP, hepatitis B (s100) prescribers near you or your patient. You can search by location, language spoken, bulk billing and other filters, to find the most appropriate prescriber.
Effortlessly manage your professional profile via the Prescriber Portal.
Update contact info, submit educational activities and manage your listed practice locations to help patients and other clinicians find you easily.
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