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Clinical posts from members and guests of the Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM) from various international medical and scientific conferences on HIV, AIDS, viral hepatitis, and sexual health.
Dr Jingshan Wu had done her Bachelor degree in medicine and physician training in China. She also did a PhD in medicine at The University of Western Australia and completed her GP training in Western Australia. She has interest in hepatitis B in Chinese/Asian population.
Jude is the Clinical Nurse Consultant of the Victorian NPEP Service based at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne with a keen interest in sexual health and HIV prevention. When not talking PEP and PrEP you will find her talking AFL or eating chocolate
Dr Beng Eu is a co-director of Prahran Market Clinic. He has special interest in HIV medicine, drug and addiction medicine and sports medicine. He is currently on the Health and Human services working group of the Victorian Government LGBTI taskforce which is convened by the Department of Premier and Cabinet.
Louise Tomlins is a Sexual Health Physician and GP. She has been involved in the clinical care of people living with HIV since 2003. She currently works at Taylor Square Private Clinic in Darlinghurst and Western Sydney Sexual Health Centre, Parramatta.
Dr Tse has been a GP for 15 years. He has a keen interest in all aspects of general practice and aims to provide holistic, family based care for his patients. He has a special interest in internal medicine, acupuncture, paediatrics and geriatrics and provides services to several nursing homes. Dr Tse has been involved in the Australian Primary Preventative Care Collaborative Program to improve outcomes for Type 2 Diabetes patients. He regularly participates in Antenatal Share Care, Geriatric, Mental Health and, Chronic Disease management programs, and has recently completed the Hepatitis B: Advanced Management in Primary Care course.
I'm a registered nurse, working at Sexual Health Quarters (SHQ) in Perth W.A. Originally from the UK, but have lived in Australia for 10 years with my husband and 3 grown up children.
I started my nurse training 30 years ago this week! Wow that makes me old! I've done lots of different types of nursing over the years, but fell in love with sexual health and have worked in this area for 17 years.
Dr Priya is a GP Registrar and s100 prescriber. Interests include sexual health, HIV, hepatitis and family planning medicine. Priya works at Balmain GPC and is progressing through her GP training having completed terms at Liverpool Hospital, The Royal Hospital for Women, and two years at Sydney Sexual Health Centre. Her focus is to provide on-going community care for patients with varying sexual and complex care needs, both in urban and remote settings.
Fiona is a GP in Brisbane, having studied at the University of Queensland. Before studying medicine she gained a science degree with honours in microbiology, and worked in an HIV research lab. She has been working in the area of LGBT health and HIV medicine since 2001. She is an S100 prescriber.
Iain is a GP who has worked with Aboriginal Health Services in the Northern Territory since migrating from the UK in 2006. Working in aboriginal health provides many opportunities to try to help « close the gap ». One area in which there is much to be done is in chronic hepatitis B and its prevention. Iain has 2 dogs, Duke and Sadie.
I have been working in the HIV Outreach team for the last 4.5 years. Previously I had been working within the homeless sector in the inner city of Sydney and in hospitals for many years.
I am current studying a Masters of Public Health/International Health at the University of NSW (UNSW) which has opened my world up considerably. My Nursing and Career aspirations are to assist in bringing health and healing to marginalised and poor communities in need, social justice and equity and equality for all.
Christina is an infectious diseases physician at The Alfred Hospital and an NHMRC postdoctoral research fellow at The Doherty Institute. She currently works on understanding the establishment of the HIV reservoir and strategies for its eradication. Christina conducted her PhD on cryptococcal meningitis, HIV and IRIS based in South Africa.
Edwina is an infectious diseases physician and clinical researcher at the Alfred Hospital and the Burnet Institute. She has been involved in the clinical care of HIV positive people since 1986. Edwina has a strong interest in HIV-associated neurological disorders and she currently chairs a large, international clinical trial designed to determine the impact of early antiretroviral treatment strategies upon HIV-associated neurocognitive performance. She is also chair of the Asia-Pacific NeuroAIDS Consortium (APNAC) and co-chair of the Australasian National NeuroAIDS Brain and Tissue Bank Project.
Dr Wright also has a strong commitment to the health of HIV positive people living in the Asia Pacific region and has worked with ASHM's International Division for several years. Dr Wright is also closely involved in the work of the Victorian HIV Non-occupational Postexposure Prophylaxis Service. She is the President of ASHM. (Disclosure of Interests)
I work in Addiction Medicine at the Ipswich Drug and Alcohol Clinic. I have worked in the area for 7 years, and have a large percentage of clients who have Hepatitis C and /or HIV. I previously worked in General Practice and Women’s Health.
Laura is a Clinical Nurse Specialist from the Kirketon Road Centre, which is a Primary Health Care clinic in Kings Cross. The aim of the service is to prevent, minimise and treat HIV and other transmissible infections and hepatitis. Laura’s role involves health education and co-ordinating youth clinics in the Kings Cross area.
Dr David is a General Practitioner working at the Gladstone Road Medical Centre in Highate Hill, Brisbane. He has been involved in the care of PLWHIV since 1989. He has been the Medical Director of GRMC for two periods:1989 to 2000 and 2004 till now. GRMC is a high caseload HIV practice, as well as a strong Sexual Health and hepatitis C management focus. A large proportion of the patients who attend are Gay men, Lesbian women, and transgender men and women. GRMC currently has two Registrars completing their GP terms and approximately 10 Medical students rotate through the practice each year.
Dr BK Tee is an HIV section 100 GP with 15 years of clinical experience and 8 years of research participation as the Principal Investigator at The Centre Clinic, Victorian AIDS Council, where he is also the clinical director since 2009.