If you want to know more about PrEP, then come along to PrEP in the Pub. Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis is one of the most important advances in reducing HIV transmission in Australia.
Canberra domestic violence prevention program helps bystanders interrupt abuse
A new program is empowering bystanders to recognise and intervene in domestic violence abuse situations.
The MATE program, run by the AIDS Action Council, has been designed to teach community members how to recognise abuse and have the confidence to speak out and offer help.
Taken as PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis), the little blue Truvada pill could be one of the most exciting and empowering tools for fighting HIV that we have seen. PrEP is medication taken prior to having sex that stops HIV transmission from occurring. It is quickly becoming an essential part of many gay men’s options for managing their sexual health, even though it is not readily available in Australia.
A new campaign from the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO) will seek to increase the awareness of Post-Exposure Prophylaxis, also known as PEP, amongst gay and bisexual men. PEP is a vital part of preventing HIV transmission as quick action to access PEP can stop potential HIV transmission.