NSW Nursing: HIV and aging


Delivery Mode:
28 May
6:00 pm
Nurse Practitioners, Nurses

Course Overview

This 60-minute webinar will provide nurses in primary care with evidence and information for routine care for people living and aging with HIV. Participants will hear from clinical experts in HIV and representatives of NSW peer-lead organisations and learn how to increase the delivery of care. 

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Date and Time:

28 May 2024, 6:00 – 7:00pm (AEST) 


Target Audience: 

Nurses in NSW who engage in the care of people living and aging with HIV. 


Course Components: 

60-minute online webinar which includes: 

  • A presentation by a clinician on engagement strategies for the routine care for people living and aging with HIV. 
  • An interactive panel discussion with NSW peer-lead organisations.


Learning Outcomes: 

  • Identify evidence behind routine care for people living and aging with HIV. 
  • Describe the unique barriers to care that people living and aging with HIV experience in NSW. 
  • Increase working collaboration with NSW statewide services, including peer organisations to partner in the delivery of care.  
  • Describe successful care engagement and retention with Loss to Follow-Up. 



This activity is funded by NSW Health. 


For more information: 

Please contact ASHM Education at education@ashm.org.au or call 0431 320 429. 


Help us keep ASHM courses free! 

At ASHM, we are committed to developing a sustainable HIV, viral hepatitis, and sexual health workforce. We pride ourselves on the ability to offer high quality educational opportunities, that are free to attend. If you are unable to attend one of our courses, please let us know as soon as possible, high rates of non-attendance impacts ASHMs ability to continue providing free education. You can cancel your attendance by calling 0431 320 429 or emailing education@ashm.org.au. 

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