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A Guide to Health Literacy in the Context of HIV

In Australia and internationally, there has in recent decades been a strong policy, research and practice interest in health literacy. In July 2019, NAPWHA commissioned researcher consultant Ronald Woods to identify, describe, analyse and synthesize existing...

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Antiretroviral Agents Adult Dosage Card

Check the names of the individual drugs in your Antiretroviral (ARV) regimen. For a comprehensive list of current HIV treatments and all their names, refer to this ViiV Healthcare Antiretroviral Agents Adult Dosage Card.

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Australian HIV Peer Support Standards

These standards are established and agreed by people living with HIV in the strong belief that those living with the condition are best placed to understand what is needed. This involvement of people living with HIV indeed underpins the peer support approach.

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CHPNG-NAPWHA Services Agreement Report 2017-2018

The Collaboration for Health in Papua New Guinea (CHPNG) is a partnership aiming at building the local capacity of the health workers and the local communities of PNG to HIV. This document provides an acquittal for two years of work by NAPWHA under a contract dated October 2016.

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COVID-19 Sector Release on 5 February 2020

Find out information on the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), which is a new strain of coronavirus that has not been previously identified in humans. This informational factsheet has been published by ASHM, AFAO and NAPWHA about people on antiviral medication (HIV...

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HIV and Ageing in Australia – The New Frontier

The life expectancy of Australians living with HIV has been steadily increasing and is approaching that of the general population. For them, and for the community organisations that serve and represent them, living simultaneously
with HIV and with the consequences of ageing is a ‘new frontier’. This report describes and synthesises the work that has been carried out by NAPWHA to address this challenge now and into the future.

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