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Evidence Check Review for STI Interventions

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Sax Institute for the Centre for Population Health, NSW Ministry of Health, October 2015 This Evidence Check Review reports on the effectiveness of interventions which aim to reduce the transmission of three Sexually Transmissible Infections (STIs): chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis. This rapid review was commissioned by the Centre for Population Health, New South Wales (NSW) Ministry of Health...

“Trans Men Need the Competent Fertility Care I Never Got”

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Advocate, March 09 2016 For as long as I can remember, I have wanted children. For most of my life, I thought that I would carry my child, but those feelings changed shortly after I came out as a trans man and started taking testosterone. Producing a genetically related child was still important to me, but I was no longer able to see myself carrying a pregnancy. After discussing all of our...

New Agreements Finalised for HIV Services [in SA]

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Media Release SA Health, 6 May 2015 Contracts for services supporting South Australians living with or at risk of HIV have been finalised with three new HIV programs to commence on 1 July 2015. Professor Paddy Phillips Acting Chief Public Health Officer SA Health, said the new programs will ensure people living with HIV are at the forefront of the HIV response in South Australia. “A community...

Chlamydia among Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people …

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BMC Health Services Research 2014, 14:285  doi:10.1186/1472-6963-14-285 Abstract: Background Chlamydia infections are notified at much higher rates in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people compared to non-Indigenous people. The Australian Collaboration Chlamydia Enhanced Sentinel Surveillance System (ACCESS) was established to complement population-based surveillance. Methods We...

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