STI and BBV quarterly forums multimedia presentations

These presentations below are from the latest sexual health quarterly forum run by the Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program, Communicable Disease Control Directorate, Department of Health. It includes web video, PDFs, PowerPoint and audio. Should you wish a copy in an alternative format, please contact us via the 'Contact us' tab above.

Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided in the epidemiology and surveillance presentation was accurate at the time of the quarterly forum. However, infectious disease notification data are continuously updated and subject to change. Presentations delivered at the quarterly forum are the views and project findings of the individual and/or other organisations, and do not necessarily reflect WA Department of Health policy.

STI and BBV quarterly forum  

Table: Sexual Health Forum presentations
 Topic Video 

Videos and Games: Getting creative with sexual health!

Meagan Roberts, Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program, Communicable Disease Control Directorate

Videos and Games: Getting creative with sexual health! (PDF 1.18MB)

Yarning about sexual health and BBVs: a training resource for health professionals.

Daniel Vujcich

Yarning about sexual health and BBVs: a training resource for health professionals  (PDF 507KB)

Your Cultural Lens: innovative, interactive, online, cross cultural training package for health service providers.

Sean Brennan, Anne Sorenson, Donna B Mak. Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program, Communicable Disease Control Directorate

Your Cultural Lens: innovative, interactive, online, cross cultural training package for health service providers (PDF 766KB)
 No video for this topic.

GDHR: Growing and developing healthy relationships, Providing curriculum support for teachers in relationships and sexual health education.

Penny Curtis (A/Senior Policy & Planning Officer Schools)

GDHR: Growing and developing healthy relationships (PDF 970KB)


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