Taking Charge Peer Support Network: Alfred Health – Building the Future of HIV care

Zoom

The Alfred Hospital recently went through a process of consulting the community, providing an opportunity to help shape the future of HIV services at the Alfred Hospital. Jenny Hoy, Director of HIV Medicine at the Alfred Hospital, will join us at our next Peer Support Network. She wants to hear what you think about the...

Positive Relationships: Creating safe connections for women and heterosexual men

Zoom

We all have different styles and approaches when it comes to sharing our status. Perhaps you've been wanting to tell a sexual partner, a friend or someone you value because they support you. You may have felt the conversation approaching and rehearsed it many times. Maybe you feel like you've 'stuffed it up' before. In...

Positive Relationships: Creating safe connections for women and heterosexual men

Zoom

We all have different styles and approaches when it comes to sharing our status. Perhaps you've been wanting to tell a sexual partner, a friend or someone you value because they support you. You may have felt the conversation approaching and rehearsed it many times. Maybe you feel like you've 'stuffed it up' before. In...

Planet Positive Spring Social

Zoom

Planet Positive is a social gathering for all positive folk where we get to connect with our friends and family. Come join us on Zoom on Saturday 30 October at 1pm for some games, catch-up and the chance to win one of 4 prizes. Zoom Meeting Link https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82569588314?pwd=NDh2ZXBGOHJwNVFNUFYrNUdVcGV5Zz09 Meeting ID: 825 6958 8314 Passcode: 564111

The Futures Sessions – Women and HIV

Zoom

HIV Futures is an invaluable source of information for those who deliver services for people with HIV such as in education, peer support and health. Data from this survey helps ensure that they are useful and relevant. After all, it's about our emotional health and wellbeing. Join us for a conversation covering priority issues for women with HIV...

The Futures Sessions – Multicultural experiences of HIV

HIV Futures is an invaluable source of information for those who deliver services for people with HIV such as in education, peer support and health. Data from this survey helps ensure that they are useful and relevant. After all, it’s about our emotional health and wellbeing. Join us for a conversation covering priority issues for people with...

The Futures Sessions – Women and HIV

Zoom

HIV Futures is an invaluable source of information for those who deliver services for people with HIV such as in education, peer support and health. Data from this survey helps ensure that they are useful and relevant. After all, it’s about our emotional health and wellbeing. Join us for a conversation covering priority issues for women with HIV...

The Futures Sessions – Intergenerational HIV

Zoom

HIV Futures is an invaluable source of information for those who deliver services for people with HIV such as in education, peer support and health. Data from this survey helps ensure that they are useful and relevant. After all, it’s about our emotional health and wellbeing. Join us for a conversation covering priority issues for older people...

The Futures Sessions – Multicultural experiences of HIV

Zoom

HIV Futures is an invaluable source of information for those who deliver services for people with HIV such as in education, peer support and health. Data from this survey helps ensure that they are useful and relevant. After all, it’s about our emotional health and wellbeing. Join us for a conversation covering priority issues for people with...

Reclaiming Wellbeing

Zoom

Melbourne is re-emerging from what has been called one of the longest lockdowns in the world. Although a welcome relief to many, this transition into a new normal brings with it some new challenges. This will be an interactive webinar where we can address different issues that may arise coming out of lockdown: from the...

World AIDS Day 2021

Vimeo

You are invited to join us for World AIDS Day 2021 to acknowledge that people living with HIV are not forgotten and that we continue in our efforts toward the prevention of HIV, the removal of barriers to testing & treatment and access to services without judgement and stigma. This event will be streamed live....

World AIDS Day – Why we still need it

Zoom

World AIDS Day was first observed on December 1, 1988 to bring greater awareness to HIV, as well as to commemorate those affected by the it. Both Thorne Harbour Health, formerly known as Victorian AIDS Council and Living Positive Victoria, formerly known as People Living With HIV/AIDS Victoria, also began to commemorate on this day....