For Doctors, Nurses, Health Workers

This section provides useful resources to enhance clinical practice in remote communities, with a focus on engaging with young people on the need to test regularly for STIs and BBVs.

These resources can assist in orientation of temporary locum staff and new recruits, as well as in training and professional development.

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Hear from Doctors, Nurses, Health Workers and Researchers

As a jointly produced resource of the Remote STI and BBV Project — Young, Deadly, Free, and the Young, Deadly and Syphilis Free Project we have produced a range of videos to support remote clinicians in STI and BBV testing and management.

Creating a supportive space to talk about sexual health

U + ME CAN STOP HIV

Sexual diversity in Aboriginal sexual health

Working appropriately in Aboriginal sexual health

All about syphilis (part 1)

All about syphilis (part 2)

Rapid Syphilis Testing

HIV Testing: Don’t be shame to test

The Basics of STI testing in remote Australia

Test For Syphilis and HIV with every STI Screen

For further information about national and state STI guidelines check out our page Clinical guidelines and practice manuals

Clinicians Sharing Strategies for Offering STI and BBV Testing in Remote Communities

Offer All Young People STI and BBV Testing in Remote Communities

The Clinician’s Role in Stopping Syphilis

Talking Chlamydia – Advice for Clinicians

View a new SHINE SA 6-minute video Talking Chlamydia – Advice for Clinicians (*note the handy links to guidelines and tools underneath in YouTube view)

What it means to have HIV

This video resource, commissioned by the Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program (SHBBVP) and led by HepatitisWA, provides important information for people living with HIV, and is essential viewing – particularly for those recently diagnosed, and for people with an interest in understanding how HIV is managed today.