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Webinar: Syphilis Outbreak in the Indigenous Community

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SHINE SA, posted May 14, 2020 This free education session is presented by Adelaide Sexual Health Centre and will provide an update on syphilis. General practitioners, nurses and/or midwives, Aboriginal Health Practitioners and Aboriginal Health Workers are encouraged to register for this training. COURSE DETAILS Date: 16 June 2020 Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm The webinar will cover: Update on...

HIV & Sexual Health Update for Nurses and Aboriginal Health Workers in South Australia

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Adelaide Sexual Health Centre , October 2019 Adelaide Sexual Health Centre presents Stepping Out: Living Healthy & Long, an HIV & Sexual Health Update for Nurses and Aboriginal Health Workers in South Australia. With the generous support of an unconditional education grant from ViiV Healthcare, ASHC is able to provide a seminar at no cost to the participant, hosted in central Adelaide...

Increased screening for syphilis and HIV in SA – new advice for clinicians (video)

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SHINE SA,  July 31, 2019 SHINE SA have released a short video resource for health professionals providing advice on the current syphilis outbreak in South Australia. Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection (STI). It presents a serious public health issue as it causes harm to the developing foetus and increases the transmission and acquisition of HIV. The 5 minute video SA Syphilis Outbreak –...

Hepatitis A in MSM

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SA Health / SHINE SA, October 2017 An increase in the number of notifications of hepatitis A has been reported in New South Wales amongst men who have sex with men (MSM). It is suspected that these infections are associated with a recent outbreak overseas amongst MSM in Europe and the Americas. Key prevention messages: Vaccination is the most effective form of prevention against hepatitis A...

FACTS NOT FEAR: a free forum on undetectable viral load

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SAMESH is pleased to invite you – community members, clinicians, sector workers, anyone who may be interested – to their community forum, FACTS NOT FEAR: A forum on undetectable viral load.  Join our panel of experts and community members to discuss the latest science about undetectable viral load and its role in preventing onward transmission of HIV, and to hear personal perspectives...

Upcoming free community forum: PrEP_SA_NOW!

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SAMESH,  April 2017 There has been a lot of community interest in the PrEPX-SA trial. You are invited to an upcoming community forum where a distinguished panel of experts and community members involved in the field will discuss PrEP, a powerful new tool to prevent HIV and the upcoming PrEPX-SA study. The panel will include: Associate Professor Edwina Wright (Alfred Health) Professor Steve...

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