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Talking together - contemporary issues in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health: HIV, hepatitis and sexual health (2005)

Author

Swan N, Bradford D, Forrest B, Jessop G, Miller W, Peel C, Shannon C

Publisher

Rural Health and Education Foundation

City

Sydney

Type

Audiovisual

 

Description

This resource was developed in collaboration with the Indigenous Australians' Sexual Health Committee (IASHC) and was funded by the Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health (OATSIH), Department of Health and Ageing. It was designed for use by general practitioners and other interested clinicians and health care workers.

The package contains a copy of the video (a CD version is available) 'Talking Together', a users guide with training materials and activities, and a copy of the ASHM monograph HIV/Viral Hepatitis - a guide for primary care. The manual offers practical advice for risk assessment, testing, diagnosis, and basic principles of management of HIV and viral hepatitis. The incorporation of viral hepatitis reflects the trends in public policy and medical practice towards locating HIV/AIDS within the broader public health and sexual health context.

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Contact details

Head Office
Rural Health Education Foundation
Unit 17K
2 King Street
Deakin ACT 2600
PO BOX 324
Curtin ACT 2605
Ph: (02) 6232 5480
Fax: (02) 6232 5484
Email: rhef@rhef.com.au

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Last updated: 14 October 2013
 
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