Queensland Sexual Health Strategy
The Queensland Government has committed $5.27 million over four years to implement the Queensland Sexual Health Strategy 2016-2021 (PDF, 2.4MB).
This Strategy has been developed by the Department of Health in collaboration and consultation with stakeholders including health consumers, other government departments and community organisations.
The Strategy 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.
Additional challenges that the Strategy will address include population growth, rising rates of sexually transmissible infections, increasing numbers of people living with HIV and sexual health-related risk behaviours.
The Strategy provides an overarching framework comprising of:
- HIV Action Plan 2016–2021 (PDF, 2.0MB)
- Hepatitis B Action Plan 2016–2021 (PDF, 2.1MB)
- Hepatitis C Action Plan 2016–2021 (PDF, 2.0MB)
- North Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sexually Transmissible Infections Action Plan 2016–2021 (PDF, 4.31MB).