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NAPWHA develops policy positions, briefings documents and submissions, working closely with member organisations and other Commonwealth funded peak bodies in the Blood Borne Virus (BBV) sector.

2019

Submission to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety [PDF]
In September 2019, AFAO and NAPWHA provide a submission to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety asserting 5 key recommendations affecting the quality of life of people living with HIV in Australia and their potential challenges in aged care settings.

Submission to ICJ on the misuse of criminal law in the areas of sexuality, reproduction, drug use and HIV [PDF]
In March 2019, NAPWHA made a written submission to the ICJ (International Commission of Jurists) who made a call for inputs into the development of principles to address the detrimental impact on health, equality and human rights of criminalisation with a focus on sexuality, reproduction, drug use and HIV.

2018

Eighth National HIV Strategy 2018-2022 [PDF]
NAPWHA advocated for best programs, services, outcomes and quality of life for PLHIV in Australia consulting with the Commonwealth to set new targets for PLHIV in the Eighth National HIV Strategy. This included urging the increase responses in HIV transmission among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and among heterosexuals.

2017

Submission to ASHM Australian Guidelines for HIV Positive Women and Breastfeeding [PDF]
In June 2017, the Femfatales provided a a submission on the Antiretroviral Guidelines US DHHS Guidelines with Australian commentary: HIV-Infected Women to the ASHM Sub-Committee for Guidance on HIV Management in Australia. The submission reviewed postpartum management and infant feeding, identifying that there are still important gaps in the existing evidence base and information about the risks and benefits. The Australian Guidelines for HIV Positive Women and Breastfeeding will be published by ASHM in late-2019.

 

2016

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2015

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2014

Section forthcoming

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