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Clinical guidelines

By law, sexually transmissible infections (STIs) and blood borne viruses (BBVs) of public health significance must be notified to Queensland Health. The clinical guidelines specify which conditions are notifiable in Queensland.

This guideline provides health professionals with relevant insights into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural and historical influences. It is to help guide practice in order to deliver culturally competent sexual healthcare to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adolescents.

This package has been produced by the HIV & HCV Education Projects, School of Medicine, University of Queensland, in collaboration with Hepatitis Queensland, with funding provided by Queensland Health. It has been approved by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Associated Queensland Health clinical guidelines

Queensland Health Sexual Health Clinical Services and Privacy Policy (PDF, 176kb) sets out eligibility criteria for receiving services in Queensland Health sexual health clinics and privacy and confidentiality guidelines for client records
   -  Patient Opt Off Declaration form (Page 33 of Sexual Health Clinical Services and Privacy Policy)
Clinical counselling guidelines for pre-test discussion and post-test discussion
Guidelines for Blood and Urine Testing on a Person Suspected of Committing a Sexual or Other Serious Offence. (PDF, 156kb)
Infection control guidelines
Guidelines for management of occupational and non-occupational exposures to blood and body fluids (2009)  (PDF, 258kb)
Queensland Health drug related guidelines and resources
   -  Alcohol, tobacco and other drugs
   -  Information on illicit drugs
Queensland Needle and Syringe Program.
Protocol for the Management of People with HIV who Place Others at Risk

National guidelines

 

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Last Updated: 09 October 2013
Last Reviewed: 09 October 2013