NAPWHA has joined key stakeholders in the HIV response in urging donors, governments, communities and people living with HIV to redouble their efforts to address the HIV ‘crisis’ in Papua New Guinea (PNG). The Call to Action, Critical Concerns for HIV Treatment and...
NAPWHA wish to update our HIV community/ies and organisational members that from 1 March 2020 the Single Tablet Regimen (STR) HIV treatments Eviplera ® (tenofovir disoproxil fumarate, emtricitabine and rilpivirine) and Stribild ® (cobicistat, elvitegravir, emtricitabine and tenofovir disoproxil fumarate) will no longer be available via the Australian Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS).
Run by community advocates: ‘Let Women Talk’ calls for focus group participants in Melbourne and Darwin
Come and be part of the first-ever national focus group run for and by women living with HIV—one group in Melbourne; one in Darwin. Your voice will contribute towards women’s health literacy initiatives that can inform future health practices. NAPWHA want to better understand how and where you currently access prevention and treatment health information and support.
In this video episode of Let Women Talk, HIV community advocate Sarah Feagan speaks with Dr. Allison (Allie) Carter, a Lecturer in Sexual Health at the Kirby Institute, UNSW Sydney, from the 2019 Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference held in Perth on 17-19 September about. Allie has been engaged in research at the intersection of sexuality, health, and human rights for nearly a decade, with a focus on the lives of women. She is the founding co-editor of Life and Love with HIV, a blog and online community for women and couples around the world to share stories of sexuality, romance, and love.
In this video episode of Let Women Talk, HIV community advocate Sarah Feagan speaks with Dr Moira Wilson — an infectious diseases consultant working at Fiona Stanley Hospital in Perth, and part of the West Australian HIV positive women’s pregnancy management team. Dr Wilson presented at the 2019 Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference held in Perth on 17-19 September about the updates in management for women who are pregnant living with HIV.
In this video episode of Let Women Talk, HIV community advocate Sarah Feagan speaks with Liz Duck-Chong — writer, sexual health advocate, and podcast co-host of Let’s Do It, at the 2019 Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference held in Perth on 17-19 September. Liz tells Sarah about trans[TEST] — a new peer-led, sexual health service for anyone who is trans or gender diverse (TGD) in Sydney.