Training Library

ASHM’s resource library is a comprehensive collection of clinical guidelines, handbooks, decision-making tools, and fact sheets designed to support healthcare professionals working in HIV, viral hepatitis, and sexual and reproductive health.

Whether you’re a GP, nurse, or other care provider, you’ll find valuable resources for improving patient care.

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2023 HIV s100 Prescriber Forum

The 2023 HIV s100 Prescriber Forum is an opportunity to dive deep into emerging areas of HIV treatment and management.
06 Dec

National DoxyPEP Consensus Statement Webinar

This webinar is on the ASHM-convened national roundtable discussion on the use of DoxyPEP and recently launched DoxyPEP Consensus Statement.
12 Dec

Joint ASHM and SHSQLD Webinar: Growing Older with HIV

This online session will update QLD health and community service providers on topics relevant to HIV and aging.
07 Mar - 28 Mar

NSW HIV s100 Prescriber Course

The prescriber course is delivered over 4 weeks with a combination of self-paced learning activities and interactive webinars. Presentati
In Person
17 Feb - 18 Feb

WA HIV s100 Prescriber Course

The HIV s100 Prescriber Course is designed to support primary care medical practitioners and nurse practitioners to manage & treat HIV in WA
05 Dec

QLD HIV s100 Prescriber Update

This 1-hour online session will update QLD HIV s100 prescribers on topics relevant to chemsex and HIV.
22 Mar

National Hepatitis B Prescriber Forum

This forum explores hepatitis B treatment and management, and the issues facing hepatitis B clinical care in Australia. 
On Demand

HIV s100 prescriber updates

These resources provide valuable information and the latest insights for healthcare professionals involved in HIV care and management.
On Demand

Hepatitis B Advanced Online Module: Part 3 of 3 – Management during and after pregnancy

These modules introduce concepts regarding the management and treatment of people living with chronic hepatitis B in complex situations.
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