Sexual and Reproductive Health is a priority stream within the Grampians Region Population Health Plan 2023 - 2029.  Viral hepatitis has been incorporated into this stream of work, in line with the Victorian Government’s Sexual and reproductive health and viral hepatitis strategy 2022-30, which recognises the common element of “treatment as prevention” for viral hepatitis and sexually transmitted infections. 

 

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'Sexual Health in the West' is a community of practice for health, social and community organisations working together to improve sexual and reproductive health outcomes in the Grampians region.

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Sexual and reproductive health and viral hepatitis in the Grampians region 2023-2029 

The Grampians Public Health Unit (GPHU) has worked closely with Ballarat Community Health (BCH), Women’s Health Grampians and a broad range of stakeholders, to understand the current sexual and reproductive health landscape in the region- including key strengths and resources, barriers to accessing sexual health care and possible solutions for improving outcomes, with a focus on improving health equity. 

The project report Sexual and reproductive health and viral hepatitis in the Grampians region 2023-2029 outlines the methodology and findings of a sexual and reproductive health and viral hepatitis needs assessment of the Grampians region, the processes used to synthesise this information and the resultant project plan for implementation. 

 

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'Sexual Health in the West' Online Forum

Watch below our collaborative forum with Ballarat Community Health, Women's Health Grampians, 1800 My Options, and Sexual Health Victoria, titled 'Sexual Health in the West.' The forum aims to shed light on crucial issues related to sexual and reproductive health within the Grampians region with recent data.

This forum took place via Zoom on December 12.

The GPHU would like to thank Emily of 1800 My Options and Chrissy from Sexual Health Victoria for their valuable contributions. 

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