Re-Forming Sexual Health
Taking forward the agenda for re-thinking sexual health established by the 2016 Australasian Sexual Health Conference in Adelaide, this year’s interdisciplinary conference addresses how sexual health can be Re-Formed: firstly towards more integrated and personalised provision attuned to people’s needs; and secondly, to make more streamlined and cost-effective use of available resources.
Please join us to Re-Form sexual health at the most exciting and innovative ASHA conference yet.
The Australasian Sexual Health Alliance (ASHA) is a group of partner organisations established to improve national and local responses to sexual health issues, via a multidisciplinary support network for the sexual health workforce. It aims to strengthen bonds between specialists, GPs, nurses, researchers and other key contributors to the sexual health sector, through collaboration in sexual health education, training, policy-making and research.
ASHA was formed as a committee under s51 of the constitution of the Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM). ASHM provides much of ASHA’s infrastructure including the provision of secretariat, technical support, annual conference facilitation, and funding support. The committee of ASHA provides the guidance upon which ASHM acts in relation to policy, educational and resource based support for the sexual health workforce.
To find out more information about ASHA visit the website www.sexualhealthalliance.org.au
The Australasian Sexual Health Alliance seeks to use the Australasian Sexual Health Conference to achieve its purpose of acknowledging and building on the specific expertise of sector partners in our common aims of improving national and local responses to sexual health in Australasia, in supporting and collaborating with close neighbouring countries to achieve these objectives.