WA Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Strategies 2019-2023

Closed 31 Oct 2018

Opened 1 Aug 2018

Overview

The Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program (SHBBVP) is undertaking consultation to inform the development of the Western Australian (WA) Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus (BBV) Strategies 2019 - 2023 and invites you to provide feedback. (WA Sexual Health and BBV Strategies 2015 – 2018 can be viewed here)

This survey has been developed across the six priority areas for action:

  • Prevention and education
  • Testing and diagnosis
  • Disease management and clinical care
  • Workforce development
  • Enabling environment
  • Research, evaluation and surveillance

Within each of these areas you will find subcategories to provide responses to each strategy (Aboriginal sexual health and blood-borne viruses, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV, and Sexually transmitted infections) in relation to priorities, achievements, existing approaches, barriers, and improvements.

We recommend you allow 30 minutes to complete the survey. Once you leave the survey you will not be able to return to edit any questions. Please comment within the strategy that best applies. You may wish to cut and paste answers that apply to more than one strategy.

Please forward this survey to your networks. We look forward to receiving your valuable contributions.

 

Why We Are Consulting

Health professionals and community members in WA are invited to participate in online and/or face-to-face consultations to inform the actions and priorities for the period of the strategies. This consultation enables a partnership approach to plan, monitor and evaluate the public health response to sexual health and BBVs in WA. The details of face-to-face consultation opportunities can be found below.

Events

Audiences

  • Consumers
  • Doctors
  • External Agencies
  • Public and Aboriginal Health Division
  • Students
  • WA Health services and staff
  • State government agencies
  • Non-government organisations
  • Peak bodies and associations
  • Local governments
  • Research institutions
  • Universities
  • Contracted service providers
  • Aboriginal health
  • Health professionals
  • Health workforce
  • Primary Care
  • Researchers
  • Policy
  • Planning
  • Allied Health
  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Aboriginal Health
  • Carers
  • Consumer
  • Non Government Organisations
  • Population Health
  • Prevention Professionals
  • Policy
  • Planning
  • Primary Care Teams
  • Researchers
  • Academics
  • External agencies
  • Aboriginal Health
  • Allied Health
  • Consumers
  • Doctors
  • External Agencies
  • Non Government Organisations
  • Nurses
  • Peak Bodies
  • Planning
  • Policy
  • Population Health
  • Prevention Professionals
  • Primary Care

Interests

  • Feedback
  • Consumer/carer/community engagement
  • Sexual Health
  • Sexual Health
  • Preventive health
  • Population health
  • Strategic Policy
  • Policy development
  • Planning
  • Policy development
  • Consumer engagement
  • Community engagement