Queensland Treatment as Prevention Roadshow

 

The Queensland HIV Treatment as Prevention (TasP) Roadshow was a series of accredited and catered dinner meetings in 8 locations across Queensland. The meetings provided a unique opportunity for updates on state, national and international policy, program and clinical developments in the rapidly evolving landscape of HIV TasP: early treatment; post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP); and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). 

The aim of these consultation meetings was to improve engagement with a broader range of health professionals and HHS executive teams to improve timely access to HIV TasP in Queensland. This included: increasing the percentage of people diagnosed with HIV receiving sustained antiretroviral therapy as soon as possible; improving out-of-hours access to PEP; and improving knowledge on the expansion of the current Queensland PrEP Demonstration Project to a large scale implementation trial.  

Media coverage from the Tasp Roadshow can be found below:

PDF iconABC Capricornia

PDF iconABC Western Queensland

PDF iconABC Wide Bay

PDF iconABC612 Online Blog

PDF iconBundaberg Newsmail Online Homepage

PDF iconBundaberg Newsmail Online

PDF iconBundaberg Newsmail

PDF iconCentral Queensland News

PDF iconCentral Telegraph

PDF iconGatton Star

PDF iconIpswich Advertiser Online

PDF iconSouth Burnett Times Online

PDF iconSunshine Coast Daily Online

PDF iconSurat Basin News

PDF iconQNews

PDF iconRockhampton Morning Bulletin

PDF iconThe Morning Bulletin

PDF iconToowoomba Chronicle

PDF iconWhitsunday Coast Guardian

PDF iconWhitsunday Times

PDF iconWIN News Rockhampton

PDF iconWIN News Townsville