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Research, surveillance and resources for Sexual Health

Queensland Health’s weekly notifiable conditions report gathers a range of data to inform prevention, diagnosis and treatment of notifiable sexually transmissible infections, HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis.

HIV reporting

Queensland Health produces an annual report describing notifications of HIV in Queensland

Syphilis reporting

Queensland Health produces an annual report describing notification of syphilis in Queensland, focusing particularly on the demographic distribution and risk factors among infectious syphilis cases.

Download the report on Syphilis in Queensland 2010 - 2015 (PDF, 838kb)

For more information or hard copies, please contact the BBV & STI Program.

Strategies and action plans

The Queensland Sexual Health Strategy 2016–2021 will help improve the sexual and reproductive health of all Queenslanders by addressing a broad range of sexual and reproductive health issues including health promotion, prevention, clinical service provision and community education.

The strategy provides an overarching framework and the following action plans have been developed to support key priority areas of the strategy:

The action plans align with the national strategies for blood borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections.


Queensland Health conducts a range of collaborative research with the following partners:

Sexual health organisations and resources




Last updated: 4 November 2016

HIV Foundation Queensland

The HIV Foundation Queenslandworks to reduce HIV transmission in Queensland through prevention programs, increasing voluntary HIV testing, increasing treatment andraising awareness about HIV transmission, stigma and discrimination.