Watch it here: On 3 December 2020 from 3PM (AEST) NAPWHA celebrated the launch of the Australian HIV Peer Support Standards with a lively discussion on the future of peer support practices in HIV and sexual health.
Peer practices have played a central role in the community response to HIV. Our familiarity with this history can sometimes mask the innovation taking place in this field. This panel discussion is an opportunity to reflect on the potential of a new generation of peer practices that integrate the community response with clinical and social services. Our panel will share their experiences working as and with peers in community and clinical services in the fields of HIV and trans sexual health.
- 00:00 Daniel Reeders, NAPWHA Learning & host — Welcome to Country
- 02:39 Sarah Feagan, Living Positive Victoria — Intro to HIV Peer Navigation
- 13:19 Ruan Uys, Bobby Goldsmith Foundation — Peer journey from support to peer programs
- 19:50 Liz Duck-Chong, ACON trans[TEST] — Peer-led integrated clinical practice model
- 26:30 Dr Vincent Cornelisse, Kirketon Road Centre — Peer-led integrated clinical practice model
- 32:16 Q&A with the panel
- 47:20 Adrian Ogier, NAPWHA Deputy Director — Launches Australian HIV Peer Support Standards
- 53:50 Daniel Reeders, NAPWHA Learning & host — NAPWHA Learning online (in-development)
The event is a launch for two exciting NAPWHA initiatives: the Australian HIV Peer Support Standards and the development of online learning for HIV Peer Navigators.
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