The Sexual Health Competency Standards support nursing practice in sexual and reproductive health care and are a tool for assessing competent practice.
The NSW STI Programs Unit supports the health workforce through providing education, training and clinical resources to improve the care of people with, or at risk of, STIs.
Website for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, providing information about STIs and allows individuals to notify someone of an STI diagnosis anonymously.
The list of notifiable conditions, published by the Australian Government Department of Health
The Australasian Sexual Health and HIV Nurses Association (ASHHNA) is the peak Australasian sexual, reproductive health and HIV nurses professional organisation.
Australasian Contact Tracing Manual provides health professionals with practical support and guidance and to enhance the effectiveness of partner notification.
The Surveillance Program monitors the pattern of transmission of HIV, viral hepatitis, and specific sexually transmissible infections in Australia and provides the latest data to guide evidence-based practice.
Interactive online course provides nurses in general practice with knowledge about sexually transmissible infections and blood borne viruses and the importance of testing, contact tracing and discussing safe sex.
Online resource for primary care health professionals providing concise information to support the prevention, testing, diagnosis, management and treatment of STIs for adults and adolescents.