Promoting optimal sexual health outcomes for all peoples in Aotearoa New Zealand.
E whakatairanga ana i ngā putanga hauora onioni papai mō ngā iwi katoa o Aotearoa.
Continued access to STIEF resources by health care providers, demonstrated by service usage demographics and clinician feedback, confirm that medical care for people affected by STIs is delivered by clinicians who are accessing best practice guidelines, educational material and effective support services.
Continued access to STIEF resources by consumers, demonstrated by service usage demographics and consumer feedback, confirm that people affected by STIs have access to effective support services and educational material.
Publication of media articles, and roll out of public awareness campaigns, dispelling STI myths. Continued access to STIEF resources, demonstrated by service usage demographics and consumer feedback, confirm that the general public has access to accurate information regarding STI prevalence, transmission and prevention.
Connections between sexual health and allied professionals to develop and contribute to research projects are facilitated by STIEF, and research findings disseminated via STIEF News and websites.
Sexual health policy-makers have access to key information to guide policy development, to ensure equitable access to sustainable sexual health services, is demonstrated by consultation with STIEF Board and/or PAG Members and facilitated by access to relevant research.