Resource 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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Educational Resource

Contraception Essentials: Navigating a Consultation

Contraception Essentials: Navigating a Consultation is a video resource designed to support clinicians in their contraceptive consultations.
Educational Resource

Doxy-PEP Consensus Statement

Doxy-PEP involves taking 200mg of doxycycline up to 72 hours after a sexual act to reduce the risk of bacterial STIs.
Educational Resource

Empowering Your Clients via a Pleasure-Centred Approach to Sexual Health

This recorded webinar outlines the value of a pleasure-focused, positive approach to Sexual and Reproductive Health.
Guideline

Australian STI Management Guidelines For Use In Primary Care

Stay informed and improve your STI care practices with the Australian STI Management Guidelines for use in Primary Care.
Clinical Tool

Decision Making In Hepatitis B

Enhance your clinical decision-making in hepatitis B management with this comprehensive resource.
Clinical Tool

Decision Making In Hepatitis C

2-page guide designed to support primary care providers in effectively managing hepatitis C.
Clinical Tool

Decision Making In HIV

The Decision-Making in HIV resource is an essential guide for healthcare professionals involved in HIV testing, management, and treatment.
Clinical Tool

Decision Making In PrEP

Enhance your PrEP prescribing decisions and contribute to the critical goal of HIV prevention with the Decision Making in PrEP resource.
Clinical Tool

Decision Making In Syphilis

This comprehensive tool offers guidance on various aspects of syphilis management, including screening, testing, and treatment protocols.
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