The science is clear. People living with HIV can feel confident that if they have an undetectable viral load and take their treatment as prescribed, they cannot pass on HIV to sexual partners.
This leaflet is for clinicians to give patients who have recently been diagnosed with an STI, and is designed to encourage them to contact anyone they have had sexual contact with in the previous three months. It reframes partner notification as something the receiver will be grateful to hear, allowing them to access testing and treatment quickly - with benefits for their own health and to curb transmission.
This tool is designed for clinicians to provide to their patients to assist with education about 2-1-1 PrEP. When taking daily PrEP is not acceptable, sex is infrequent, and/or a person feels like they can plan their sexual activity, then 2-1-1 PrEP could be considered for cisgender men who have sex with men.
This booklet is designed for clinicians to provide to their patients when prescribing Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention. It provides an overview of how to use PrEP safely and effectively.
This tool provides key information to assist clinicians in prescribing PrEP: PrEP eligibility, access options, recommended assessment, patient education and monitoring requirements.
This resource outlines the basics of HIV such as what it stands for and includes information on risk factors for gay/bi men and heterosexual men and women, prevention information and testing.
Ending HIV is NZAF's HIV prevention programme for gay and other MSM. We would love you to support us by ordering free Ending HIV collateral for your clinic, school or educational facility.
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