ASHM is the peak Australasian organisation Supporting the HIV, viral hepatitis and sexual health workforce.
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ASHM members report-back from CROI 2014 The 2014 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) was recently held in Boston, Massachusetts. ASHM members that attended CROI 2014 have reported-back on various
sessions, so that you can brush up on the new research presented there,
even if you didn't attend. Visit ASHM's
report-back site www.ashm.info to
read all the posts from CROI 2014. You can also access the full broadcast of presentations from CROI.
ASHM updates PEP Guidelines for HIV exposure ASHM has released new post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) guidelines for exposure to HIV. The updated guidelines combine non-occupational and occupational HIV exposure in a single document for the first time. A checklist for use in clinical settings is also included as part of the update. The National Guidelines and Checklist are available from www.ashm.org.au/pep-guidelines
Hepatitis B Mapping Project The Hepatitis B Mapping Project is a joint initiative of ASHM and VIDRL, funded by the Australian Department of Health and Ageing. The project will produce a comprehensive understanding of chronic hepatitis B (CHB) in Australia using data that will help to inform awareness and intervention campaigns to suit the particular local needs of people living with CHB and those providing services to them.
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