Deadly Sex Congress

The Deadly Sex Congress is an annual forum for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sexual health workers from across Queensland to update knowledge, build workforce capacity, and share stories. The Congress includes updates on current and emerging issues in blood-borne viruses (BBVs) and Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) with a focus on hepatitis C, HIV and syphilis, harm reduction, contact tracing, men's and women's health, healthy relationships, sexuality and gender diversity, and resource development.

Dates announced: Deadly Sex Congress is coming to Gold Coast 12-13 October 2022!

Official registration to follow.

 

 

 

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Calling for expression of interests (EOI) to present at the Deadly Sex Congress 2022!

On behalf of Deadly Sex Organising Committee, we are now calling for expressions of interest to present at the Deadly Sex Congress 2022.  All topics and formats are welcome. The committee would particularly like to encourage health workers and practitioners to share their experiences, projects, programs and stories of work they have been doing within sexual health in their communities. 

Deadline: Please submit your expression of interest by March 31 2022.

CLICK HERE to submit your expression of interests or access via this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DSC2022

Deadly Sex Newsletter
This newsletter features updates on new programs, training and projects from the STI/BBV sector. It includes content on sexual health and blood borne viruses for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers and staff working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations in Queensland.