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National Members Forum 2022 held in Sydney

In June 2022, the NAPWHA national forum of its membership met together in a two-day event in a hybrid face-to-face and live video streaming event. It was the first face-to-face event to happen since the COVID-19 lockdowns commenced in 2020. The event brought together our NAPWHA members, NAPWHA networks, NAPWHA Board and Staff and featured speakers.

Find out about National Reconciliation Week 2022

The National Reconciliation Week 2022 theme ‘Be Brave, Make Change’ is a challenge to all Australians— individuals, families, communities, organisations, and government—to Be Brave and tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation so we can Make Change for the benefit of all Australians.

Treatment Outreach Network 2022 meeting held virtually

NAPWHA’s Treatment Outreach Network – a membership of professionals from Australian State and Territory peer-based organisations and AIDS Councils, met virtually with two education presentations: ‘Injectable Treatments Availability in Australia’ and ‘Cognitive Health initiative – An international collaboration’.

Updates on COVID-19 and HIV

In this webinar, held on 1 March 2022, ASHM brings together speakers from health, research, and the HIV community to discuss COVID-19 and HIV. Speakers presented COVID-19 information specific to people living with HIV, including updates on COVID-19 vaccines and treatments, as well as the latest clinical guidance on HIV and COVID-19 co-infection.

‘Living well’ marks the theme of 2022 National Day of Women Living with HIV

For this 7th National Day of Women Living with HIV on 9th March 2022 we’re releasing a social media campaign. We asked positive women around the country to share their voices to help us celebrate the theme of this year’s National Day event, #WomenLivingWell. The campaign aims to raise the profile of our unique perspectives and stories across the country.

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