2013 Australasian Sexual Health Conference
The 2013 Australasian Sexual Health Conference (now auspiced by ASHA) will be held from 23-25 October 2013 in Darwin, Australia. The Conference will be held back-to-back with the Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference, 21-23 October 2013.
From community to clinical, this year’s conference – the first to be under the auspices of the Australasian Sexual Health Alliance (ASHA) - will reflect the diversity of disciplines and responses so critical to the achievement of sexual health.
- Explore the changing face of sexual health nationally and internationally;
- Examine existing and emerging models of care;
- Review latest research on sexuality and sex education;
- Gain practical updates on Guidelines and other tools;
- Discuss recent public health and community developments;
- Experience the glorious Top End, with its outstanding hospitality and spectacular scenery.
Invited speakers include Dr Roy Chan, Head of the National STI Control Programme in Singapore; Dr Teresa M. Darragh, University of California, San Francisco; Professor Marian Pitts, La Trobe University, Australia; Professor Basil Donovan, the Kirby Institute, Australia; Associate Professor Jane Hocking, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Proceed now to the registration page to take advantage of early bird rates and reserve your accommodation before it’s booked out, and take a look at videos from delegates below to see why this conference is a must.
Vickie Knight Damian Purcell
Sexual Health Nurse Conference Committee
Abstracts can now be submitted to the conference with the deadline of 14 June approaching soon.
The Australasian Sexual Health Alliance (ASHA) aims to support improvements in sexual health, to acknowledge and build 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.
The Aboriginal Artwork displayed on this website is titled 'Love Me Safely'. The artwork has been created by the artist Mannyila Mununggurr.