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This is a comprehensive online document produced by the New Zealand Herpes Foundation and the Sexually Transmitted Infections Education Foundation. The Ministry of Health supports the use of these clinical guidelines, developed by clinical experts and professional associations to guide clinical care.
This is a comprehensive online document produced by the Professional Advisory Group (PAG) of the Sexually Transmitted Infections Education Foundation. The Ministry of Health supports the use of these clinical guidelines, developed by clinical experts and professional associations to guide clinical care.
These guidelines are revised on an ongoing basis. They have been developed collaboratively by clinical experts and professional associations to guide clinical care.
See also the NZSHS for guidelines on:
Created by ASHM, this resource is for primary health care professionals. It contains advice about recommended antenatal testing for hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and syphilis. In addition, it provides information about the management of these BBVs and STIs during pregnancy, labour and birth, and the postpartum period.
This is a free, online educational resource designed to help people better understand identity, gender and sexuality.
'Supporting Aotearoa's Rainbow People: A Practical Guide for Mental Health Professionals' was created by Gloria Fraser in partnership with RainbowYOUTH, Gender Minorities Aotearoa and InsideOUT. This guide is for anyone who provides mental health support in Aotearoa.
Guidelines for Gender Affirming Healthcare for Gender Diverse and Transgender Children, Young People and Adults in Aotearoa aims to support the development of health services around the country, and provide helpful guidance to all health professionals involved in the care of gender diverse people.
Survey about the health and wellbeing of trans and non-binary people in Aotearoa New Zealand.
A podcast produced by the Goodfellow Unit. Dr Massimo Giola talks about the re-emergence of syphilis in New Zealand.
A podcast produced by the Goodfellow Unit. Dr Massimo Giola talks about congenital syphilis and screening during pregnancy.
A lecture with Professor Ian Frazer © University of Queensland, 2017. Permission granted to NZ HPV Project / STIEF to publish. No part of this video may be downloaded, reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means by third parties without prior written consent from the University of Queensland.
A lecture with Dr Bruce Haughey and Dr Julian White (2016). Hosted by the New Zealand Society of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery and the New Zealand HPV Project.
NZSHS Incorporated is a group of professionals working or interested in the field of Sexual Health. Membership is multidisciplinary and includes doctors, nurses, counsellors, educators, health promoters and others in Public Health working in the field of sexually transmissible infections, including HIV/AIDS, and sexual and reproductive health.
Formerly New Zealand AIDS Foundation & Ending HIV NZ, Burnett Foundation Aotearoa works to prevent HIV transmission, combat stigma and maximise the wellbeing of those most affected by HIV.
Equips Pasifika Youth with the knowledge and resources they need for better-informed, well-being and sexual health decisions.
Family Planning provides a range of services including sexual and reproductive health information, clinical services, education and training and research.
Medical Sexual Assault Clinicians Aotearoa (MEDSAC) is the acknowledged New Zealand expert body in sexual assault/abuse medicine. The MEDSAC website provides information about specialist sexual assault medical examinations and local specialist sexual assault medical service contact details.
The Society of Youth Health Professionals Aotearoa New Zealand (SYHPANZ) was established to benefit the community as a whole by improving the healthy development and wellbeing of New Zealand’s young people.
RPE works in the greater Auckland area and nationally to prevent sexual violence through the delivery of education and health promotion/prevention activities. Where appropriate, RPE works with Tangata Whenua and other allied professionals in partnership to develop community services, education programmes, health promotion, research and advocacy.