Tips for the holiday season

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We're not moosing around when it comes to being safe and healthy this holiday season.

As the holiday season hots up and we head off for a well-earned break before heading into a new year, we have few tips on staying sexually and emotionally healthy.

PAP tests are changing

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The Australian Government is planning to change the National Cervical Screening Program. The current screening program was developed in 1991 and we now know a lot more about cervical cancer.

Australia's gonorrhoea rise

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A new report by the Kirby Institute, shows that Australia's gonorrhoea rise of 63% has been driven by urban heterosexuals. The report shows a 99% rise in notification rates in major cities, a 15% rise in regional areas and an 8% fall in rural areas.

SHFPACT Council Members

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Would you like to be a SHFPACT Council Member?

We are currently recruiting new Council Members for Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT

Are you seeking an opportunity to give your time to an ACT community organistion? Then you need to get in touch with us.

SHFPACT Info Brochures

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Did you know SHFPACT has a wonderful range of information brochures covering STI’s, Contraception, Women's Health, Men's Health and more.

For urgent concerns where SHFPACT is unable to respond in the time required please see your GP or the Walk-in Clinic at the Canberra Hospital, or call HealthDirect on 1800 022 222. For assistance in an emergency please call 000 or 112 (digital mobile phone) or 106 (TTY, text based emergency number).

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For urgent concerns where SHFPACT is unable to respond in the time required please see your GP or the Walk-in Clinic at the Canberra Hospital, or call HealthDirect on 1800 022 222. For assistance in an emergency please call 000 or 112 (digital mobile phone) or 106 (TTY, text based emergency number).

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