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Talking HIV

Screen Shot 2014-07-08 at 7.34.21 pmTalking HIV is a public speaking program by the WA AIDS Council. There are a number of talks available for schools, universities, TAFEs and youth centres. 

The presentations aim to dispel myths about living with HIV, encourage participants to reflect on their relationship needs and provide useful sexual health and healthy relationship skills. The presentations are engaging, interactive and age-appropriate while providing the latest information about HIV, STIs and prevention.

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BBV Informed Consent Training

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Do you provide HIV/HCV test discussion?

The WA AIDS Council presents an interactive 2 day training workshop in BBV Informed Consent Discussion.

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2014 WAAC Volunteer Awards

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Congratulations to the recipients of our volunteer awards, announced as part of National Volunteer Week.

The winners are :
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Rapid Testing in WA!

The M ClinicRapid Testing for HIV has arrived in Western Australia at the M Clinic. These tests will revolutionise the HIV testing process, making it possible to receive a result 'while-you-wait'. Testing for HIV has never been easier or more convenient. 

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PBS Changes for STRIBILD

STRIBILD LOGOAustralians diagnosed with HIV can now access a new, all-in-one daily HIV medicine, STRIBILD®, on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) for the price of a single script.

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Reconciliation Action Plan Launch

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WAAC invited key stakeholders to its offices to celebrate the launch of its Reconciliation Action Plan. The WA AIDS Council have committed to developing a Reconciliation Action Plan as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples represent a priority population in strategies to achieve our mission and have a strong commitment to improving the health outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia.

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SiREN Symposium 2014

SiREN Symposium ProgramThe SiREN Symposium 2014 will be held on Monday April 7th 2014. The event will provide a showcase of research and evaluation projects in WA and an opportunity to promote collaboration between researchers and practitioners. 

To see the program, click the image to the left.

 
Major Breakthrough in HIV Treatment Heralded

TabletsThe WA AIDS Coucil has welcomed news the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee will lift restrictions on qualification for life saving antiretroviral therapies.

The change allows all people diagnosed with HIV to access treatment as soon as possible - critical in helping to curb further infections.

Read the media release here.

 
Do you think you've been exposed to HIV?

Act Now. If you are worried the HIV virus might have just entered your body,there is a treatment option that must be accessed within 72 hours. PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis). It’s not a substitute for a condom. It’s not a morning-after pill, and it’s not easy, but it’s there if you need it.Take action - Call the PEP Line 1300 767 161. Read the PEP Pamphlet  for more info.

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Your Donation Makes A Difference

Thank you for your interest in supporting the work of the Western Australian AIDS Council. Your donation allows us to continue our vital work of providing practical assistance and specially designed programs for those in our community directly affected by or at risk of contracting HIV/AIDS.

+ As a charitable organisation, all donations over $2 to the Western Australian AIDS Council are tax-deductible.

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