Working in sexual health work can be quite challenging. Aboriginal Health Workers and others working in Indigenous sexual health face particular barriers. Many of us are quite isolated and find it hard to get the support, current information and resources that we need. The Sexual Health Network aims to reduce this isolation and to inform, support and inspire sexual health workers.
You are invited to the WA Aboriginal Sexual Health Forum, a two day event to connect and be inspired, with fresh ideas and up to date resources and information. The Forum promotes sexual health and respectful relationships, with a focus on Aboriginal, regional and remote communities.
Short talks and workshops will engage you with personal experiences from the field, working with men, art as a tool for talking and listening, advocacy strategies, clinical updates, ways to access funding and more. On the Wednesday at 4pm we will be hosting an entertaining and relaxing networking Sundowner on the balcony of the beautiful Maritime Museum on Fremantle harbour.
Visit our Forum webpage to see the invitation, registrations form and some of the highlights.
- Are you already a WA Sexual Health Network member?
Sign up to our eYarning site to join some great discussions and to hear all the latest news about jobs, events and general yarning.
- Are you not yet a member of the WA Sexual Health Network?
Firstly, hello and welcome!
Secondly, why not register to be a member of the WASHN world. You’ll receive regular email updates and be kept up-to-date with this years Sexual Health Forum. Then don’t forget to register on our eYarning site so you don’t miss out on some great discussions, jobs and general yarning.
Once again, welcome and we look forward to sharing the WASHN system with all who work in this area.