Associate Professor Garrett Prestage of the Kirby Institute UNSW reflected on 30 years of Australian HIV research at the NAPWHA 1-day forum on ‘Research and representation: the meaningful involvement of people living with HIV in research activities’. Held on 2 May 2019, the workshop aimed to provide a space for reflection on recent research developments and assist PLHIV organisations and their representatives to build their capacity to engage in future research development.
The federal Government have announced a significant investment in the Australian HIV response by way of a funding boost of $45.4 million over four years. NAPWHA strongly endorses this decision in the 2019 Federal Budget which will further fund the progress of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STI) and blood-borne viruses (BBV).
March 9, 2019 will be the second National Day of Women Living with HIV. Coming the day after International Women’s Day, this awareness-raising day was created by Femfatales, a network of women living with HIV of the National Association of People with HIV Australia (NAPWHA).
NAPWHA women’s members and networks congratulate the Australian Government’s new eighth national HIV strategy
The National Association of People with HIV Australia (NAPWHA), the peak non-government organisation representing community based people living with HIV welcome the release of eighth National HIV Strategy by the Australian government.
Peak health and community organisations congratulate the Australian Government’s new National BBV and STI Strategies
Peak HIV, viral hepatitis, sexual health and community organisations today welcomed the release of five new National Blood Borne Virus (BBV) and Sexually Transmissible Infections (STI) Strategies by the Australian government.
ASHM, AIDA and NAPWHA congratulate the Australian Government’s release of new National BBV and STI Strategies
ASHM, Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association (AIDA) and National Association of People with HIV Australia (NAPWHA) have welcomed the Australian government’s release of five new National Blood Borne Virus (BBV) and Sexually Transmissible Infections (STI) Strategies in the lead up to World AIDS Day tomorrow.