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Enhance your healthcare skills with ASHM’s diverse training courses for health professionals working in HIV, blood-borne viruses, and sexual and reproductive health. Discover practical knowledge with our face-to-face, hybrid, virtual, and online self-paced options. Improve patient outcomes and advance your career.

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27 May

NT HIV and STI Testing and Cultural Appropriate Care

A facilitated webinar discussing culturally appropriate care in HIV and STI testing. Includes how to access to HIV testing via
30 May

ACT/NSW Prescribing PrEP – including Injectable PrEP

GPs and NPs can prescribe PrEP to help reduce HIV transmission in Australia – including an injectable mode of delivery
In Person
30 May

WA Viral Hepatitis and Preventing Liver Cancer

This course will provide an overview of viral hepatitis, case finding and clinical auditing and prevention of liver cancer.
16 May - 06 Jun

QLD HIV s100 Accredited Prescriber Course

This course is designed to support clinicians in managing and treating HIV and to provide them with the tools to facilitate ongoing care.
28 May

NSW Nursing: HIV and aging

Learn how can you as a nurse, can integrate follow-up strategies for people living and aging with HIV.
04 Jun

NSW Nursing: Engaging CALD Communities in HIV Care

Learn how can you as a nurse, can integrate follow-up strategies for culturally and linguistically diverse PLHIV.
17 Jun

NSW Sexual Health & HIV Update

A facilitated webinar discussing emerging issues in sexual health and HIV for NSW-based primary care clinicians.
24 Apr

National – HIV Nursing Model of Care: Improving Quality and Patient Outcomes

This webinar will provide an outline of the HIV Nursing Model of Care used at the Alfred Health, focusing on improving quality of care.
09 May

TAS Could it be HIV? Clinical Indicators and Testing

Enhance your skills in HIV detection and patient engagement in this 1-hour Tasmanian webinar.
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