Consensus statement on the role of health systems in advancing the long-term well-being of people living with HIV
The 31 consensus points presented in ‘Consensus statement on the role of health systems in advancing the long-term well-being of people living with HIV,’ have been endorsed by NAPWHA and more than 65 organisations globally at the time of publishing, July 2021.
With Australian States currently in restrictions or lockdown, our stay-at-home directives may find us feeling stuck, under the strain, or plain overwhelmed by the barrage of information. NAPWHA invites its communities and Healthcare Workers to an online webinar.
4-11 July is NAIDOC week. The theme for this year’s NAIDOC week is Heal Country! You can find out more about the week and all of the activities taking place across Australia.
Australia can end HIV transmission within four short years, averting over 6,000 infections by 2030 and saving $1.4 billion in health costs, according to a costed plan that was presented to parliamentarians on 17 June 2021.
Join a ‘Townhall’ webinar event: Have your say about what good quality of life means for people living with HIV in Australia
NAPWHA and The Institute of Many (TIM) invite you to join us on Wed 23 June at 6:30 PM AEST (Sydney & Melbourne time) for a town hall-style conversation to ask: ‘What does good quality of life mean for people with HIV in Australia?’
Data from HIV Futures – a national periodic survey of health and wellbeing of people living with HIV conducted by the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society of La Trobe University was used to examine the relationship between criminal laws and quality of life for people living with HIV. The paper concluded that laws criminalising the transmission of HIV have a negative impact on the health and wellbeing of people living with HIV in Australia.