National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sexual Health and Blood Borne Virus Health Promotion Report
This page contains a report following the 2008 Workshop and Forum
In this section:
- Occasional papers series
- Plasma Fractionation Review
- Public Health Outcome Funding Agreements (PHOFAs)
- Regulatory Plan 2007-08
- Regulatory Plan 2008-09
- Regulatory Plan 2006-07
- PHERP Review Reports
- A National Aboriginal Health Strategy 1989
- 2002 Reviews of the National HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C Strategies and Strategic Research
- 2006 Aged Care Homes Survey
In early March 2008, the Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health in collaboration with the Indigenous Australians' Sexual Health Committee, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations, the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation, and Hepatitis Australia organised a National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sexual Health and Blood Borne Virus Health Promotion Workshop (Workshop) and Aboriginal Health Worker Forum (Forum). The aim was to provide a forum for health workers, policy makers, service providers, and academics to share information and identify priority strategies for health education and the prevention of STI's, HIV, hepatitis C among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
The report from the Workshop and the Forum outlines key themes and recommendations for future action in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sexual health and blood borne virus health promotion.
National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sexual Health and Blood Borne Virus Health Promotion Report (PDF 2909 KB)
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