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Mini March Series limited spaces left!

The March Mini Series is open to all people living with HIV (PLHIV). It is a 1 ½ to 2 hour seminar each Tuesday in March from 6:30pm, focussing on a variety of aspects about HIV as follows:

8th March: Skills to successfully manage your HIV
HIV is a chronic manageable condition, but what skills do you need for the long haul? Get some tips and different strategies to negotiate all the ups and downs that come with life.

15th March: HOT OFF THE PRESS: Updates & developments from CROI
The Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) is an important international conference focussed on HIV. It is often the first place to release ground-breaking/famous scientific studies, such as the Partner Study in 2014. Come along and find out what HIV developments were presented at CROI this year.

22nd March: Explore the origin and evolution of HIV
Ever wanted to know more about HIV itself? Learn about cross-species transmission and factors which unconsciously lead to the global pandemic. No conspiracy theories here, just the use of published scientific journal articles.

29th March: Challenge outdated criminal laws on HIV transmission
Learn about the criminalization of HIV around the world, how to challenge it and how Victoria, Australia successfully repelling 19A.

Register today to avoid disappointment

Spaces are filling up fast! To secure your spot, contact Alli Paterson on 08 9482 0000 or email apaterson@waaids.com 

Please note this workshop is only open to people living with HIV (PLHIV)

Not linked in with the WA AIDS Council? Not to worry. If you haven’t connected with the WA AIDS Council previously and would like to register for this event, please contact Alli (details above) who will explain how you can get involved.

A light supper and refreshments are provided.

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Our Mission

To minimise the impact and further transmission of HIV, other blood borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections. To reduce social, legal and policy barriers which prevent access to health information and effective support and prevention services.