Nominations for the NAPWHA Board of Directors is now open until Monday 31 October 2022. This is a fantastic opportunity for inspirational leaders who have a genuine passion for advancing the rights of people living with HIV.
Background On 28 August 2022, ASHM, the national peak body representing the blood-borne virus (BBV) and sexual and reproductive health workforce, and the National Association of People with HIV Australia (NAPWHA) convened a high-level roundtable on the Sunshine Coast,...
Research into Practice and Practice into Research was the last in a series of external webinars on different research methodologies and approaches, conducted by the NAPWHA Research Initiative.
Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day is held annually on 5 June 2023. The day is an opportunity to celebrate and honour those diagnosed with HIV before 1996 when modern, lifesaving treatment was finally rolled out. Since the early days of the epidemic, those living with...
From September 2023 new Pharmaceutical Benefits System (PBS) prescribing rules will offer improved access to certain medications at reduced cost. These changes will apply to over 350 medications currently subsidised by the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS).
International AIDS Candlelight Memorial is on the third Sunday of May, this year falling on Sunday 21 May 2023. It is a time when members of the community come together and remember those who have passed from HIV/AIDS.