Shared care is a phrase that refers to the responsibility of two or more healthcare professionals and/or teams to monitor and manage your HIV healthcare. Our Factsheet: HIV and Shared Care offers you insights on how to work with your healthcare team to manage your HIV.
‘In The Know’ - a Treatments and Research evening held for all people living with HIV on Thur 13 Oct 7pm.
Factsheet outlining the benefits for starting HIV medication immediately after a HIV diagnosis.
The value of building a strong relationship with your pharmacist as someone living with HIV.
What is the PBS safety net and is it really the best way to cut the cost of medicines?
Cabenuva has been listed on the PBS as a long-acting treatment for Australians living with HIV.
What does the new ‘real-time’ electronic database, SafeScriptNSW mean for you?
Andrew Heslop is the Senior Health Promotion and Peer Navigation Manager which incorporates Treatments and Peer Navigation.
Up to 80% of adults living with HIV report poor sleep quality and significant sleep disturbances.
Factsheet about managing medications for people living with HIV who are taking three or more medications.