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STI and BBV quarterly forum

Once every four months the Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program of the WA Department of Health facilitates a forum on sexual health, sexually transmitted infections [STIs] and blood-borne viruses [BBVs]. Participants are involved in a variety of work roles including clinical, health promotion, disease control, education, and research and come from a wide range of government, non-government, and private organisations. The forum is designed to provide STI and BBV updates, as well as professional development and networking opportunities.

2014 Dates

Location
Lecture theatre, Grace Vaughan House, 227 Stubbs Terrace, Shenton Park,  WA 6008

Map of Grace Vaughan House (PDF 87.26 KB)

Time
All forums are on Wednesdays from 9:00 am – 11:30 am 


Date Theme/Agenda Epidemiology Reports Presentations

      5 March  

"Let's talk about sex and other interesting things!" Youth Issues and Engagement (Word 383KB) Download the reports Download the presentations

4 June

Primary Prevention: What's the latest in school sexual health education? (Word 383KB)

3 September AIDS 2014: Stepping up the pace in WA (Word 383KB)
3 December Breaking News: The latest for HIV and Hep C (Word 384KB)

Please note: Certificates of attendance will be provided if required.

RSVP:Not required

Contact: SHBBVP.GVH@health.wa.gov.au for more details or to be added to the forum distribution list.

Video conferencing is available to remote and regional sites. If you are interested in joining us, please send the following information to SHBBVP.GVH@health.wa.gov.au one week prior to the forum:

  • Name of site, location, and room
  • Site contact person and telephone number

Please note: On the day of the forum, you will be asked to dial in to Grace Vaughan House at 8:45am. Further information on dialling in to the forum will be provided upon booking and before the day.

If you experience video conferencing issues on the day:

  • Contact the Telehealth Support Officer on 1300 367 166 for connection issues
  • Contact the forum mobile on 0428 884 874 for any issues that can be resolved within the forum (e.g. sound quality).

 

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