Resources and Factsheets relating to reproductive and sexual health
Immunisation can protect a pregnant woman and her unborn baby from infectious diseases. Some infectious diseases can cause serious harm to pregnant women or their unborn babies.
Under the Notifiable Diseases Act a disease is made notifiable by inclusion on a schedule of notifiable diseases. A disease can be notifiable by doctors or by laboratories (or both) and can be urgent or non-urgent.
Family Planning NSW is provider of specialist training for doctors, nurses, teachers, community workers and other professionals in the area of reproductive and sexual health.
An overview of adolescent fertility and pregnancy, including strategies to identify at risk young women, the risk taking behaviours and their potential implications on adolescent fertility
Resource providing information about how nurses working in the general practice settings can incorporate hepatitis C care into their existing role. 2014.
National Guidelines that provide advice and guidance to public health units in responding to a notifiable disease event
The list of notifiable conditions, published by the Australian Government Department of Health
Family Planning Tasmania provides sexual and reproductive health clinic and education services