General Practice and Pharmacy Resources
General Practice is the main provider of sexual health care in NSW. Forty-five per-cent of Australians diagnosed with an STI or blood borne virus receive treatment through general practice compared to only 8% treated through publicly funded sexual health services.
The NSW General Practice Program aims to increase the amount of sexual history taking and targeted STI testing conducted within NSW general practices and support general practitioners to manage sexually transmissible infections within their practice. Specifically by:
- Improving access to STI information, training and resources.
- Strengthening links to publicly funded sexual health services.
STI Fact SheetsThe purpose of these fact sheets are: to provide information for people who may come across them through the website to provide information for GPs and other health care workers for their own use or to print for their patients to remind GPs about their public...Read More
STI Clinical ManagementTo view and order hard copies of available resources listed here, please to to the resources order form page. Please note, some of the resources or publications listed here are only available electronically. STI Testing Tool - A One Page Guide to STI Testing...Read More
Primary Health Care NursesSexual Health Competency Standards for Primary Health Care Nurses (Interactive package version) Sexual Health Competency Standards for Primary Health Care Nurses Sexual Health Competency Standards - Assessor Guidelines Sexual Health Competency Standards -...Read More