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The scholarship is named in honour of our friend, colleague and former ASHHNA Vice-President, Carol Martin who passed away in February 2011. Carol was a passionate and skilled clinical nurse and educator who was involved in the education and training of many HIV and sexual and reproductive health nurses and doctors. Carol’s legacy will continue through the inspiration and influence she had on all those who worked with her and knew her.
ASHHNA would like to acknowledge and thank ViiV Healthcare for providing scholarship funding for 2017.
The Australasian Sexual Health Conference for 2016 is fast approaching!
For brief overview of the conference, including costs – 2016_ashm_sexualhealth_regobrochure_final1
To register visit – http://www.shconference.com.au/ehome/index.php?eventid=169685&
ASHHNA invites all nurses to the AGM and breakfast, featuring guest speaker, Rosalie Altus, Clinical Nurse Consultant and Viral Hepatitis Liaison Nurse, Flinders Medical Centre
For more information – agmandnursesbreakfast2016
Do you feel confident in your skills and knowledge on fertility? We know that the fields of sexual health, reproductive health and fertility contain a vast body of different knowledge bases.
This coalition of sexual health and reproductive health services focused on five key factors that affect getting pregnant and having a healthy baby: age, smoking, weight, alcohol and, timing of sex and has published updated fact sheets on fertility available for general public.
On their website you will also find links to a series of Jean Hailes accredited continuing professional development modules on fertility, menopause and PCOS
Your Fertility website has some great interviews with experts in the area of sexual and reproductive health and tips on ways to start the conversation on difficult health issues in fertility such as obesity and smoking.
In 2013, Living Positive Victoria received a grant from the then-Department of Health and Aging under its Aged Care Service Improvement and Healthy Ageing Grants Fund.
The Positive Caring Handbook is a resource developed as a joint project of Living Positive Victoria and the Royal District Nursing Service Limited (RDNS).
The handbook aims to answer common questions frequently asked by people caring PLHIV, and to provide clear and practical information.
Access the handbook here Positive+Caring+Handbook+-+March+2016