STI and BBV Quarterly Forums

Once every 3 months the Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program facilitates a forum on sexual health, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and blood-borne viruses (BBVs).

Forum participants come from a wide range of government, non-government and private organisations and work in a variety of roles including clinical, health promotion, disease control, education, and research.

The forum is designed to provide STI and BBV updates, professional development and networking opportunities.

Certificates of attendance will be provided if required.

Next forum

The next STI and BBV Quarterly Forum will be held on Wednesday 25 November 2020 at the WA Department of Health Theatrette, 189 Royal Street, East Perth WA 6004.

Time

9.00am – 11.30am.

Video conferencing

Video conferencing is available for participants located remotely and regionally.

To participate via video link please email the Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program (1 week prior) and provide the:

  • name of site, and location
  • site contact person and contact telephone number.

Video conferencing instructions

On the day of the forum, please dial in to the meeting at 8.45am.

Participants will be provided with further instructions during the booking process or the day before the forum commences.

Troubleshooting

If you experience any video conferencing difficulties contact:

  • Telehealth support officer on 1300 367 166

Getting to the Department of Health

Public transport

The Yellow Cat bus operates a free service between East Perth and Wellington Street Bus Station, with stops outside the Department of Health building on Royal Street.

The Claisebrook and McIver train stations are within walking distance of the Department of Health building.

The Department of Health building is located within the Free Transit Zone for buses and the SmartRider Free Transit Zone for trains.

For more detailed information on public transport options or to plan your journey, please visit Transperth (external site) or call the Transperth InfoLine on 13 62 13.

Parking

The following public car parks are located within a short walk of the DoH building:

CPP Regal Street (external site)
81-95 Regal Place
East Perth WA 6004

CPP Royal Street (external site)
158 Royal Street
East Perth WA 6004

CPP Saunders Street (external site)
East Perth WA 6004

Royal Perth Hospital Car Park (external site)
Lord Street and Moore Street
East Perth WA 6004

Wilson Parking (external site)
41 Royal Street
East Perth WA 6004

For additional nearby parking, visit Parkopedia (external site)

Please note: When purchasing a parking ticket at CPP parking 12 hours will be automatically applied. Please pay attention to the time stated on the machine to avoid uneccessary costs.

Past forums and presentations

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.

Let’s Talk Syphilis (Wednesday 9 September 2020)

Diverse Contexts… Diverse Responses (Wednesday 4 March 2020)

End of Year SmorgasBBVord (Wednesday 20 November 2019)

From the country to the coast: WA’s sexual health landscape (Wednesday 12 June 2019)

News and events from the field (Wednesday 6 March 2019)

World AIDS Day 2018 “Everybody Counts” (Thursday 29 November 2018)

Let's Talk About Sex (Wednesday 7 March 2018)

More information

Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program

8.30am – 5.00pm, Monday to Friday
Phone: 9222 2355
Fax: 9222 0227
Email: SHBBVP@health.wa.gov.au

Address:
189 Royal Street, East Perth WA 6004

Postal address:
Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program
Department of Health WA
PO Box 8172, Perth Business Centre, Perth WA 6849
Last reviewed: 19-11-2020
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