FREE Paps in August
You read that correctly. During August, SHQ is offering FREE Pap tests. Now you’ve got no excuses!
Remember, if your Pap test is due or overdue, make an appointment ASAP. Some women are being incorrectly advised to wait until December when the new National Cervical Screening Program is rolled out, but delaying a Pap test means abnormal cells may go undetected, leaving you at greater risk of developing cervical cancer.
So what are you waiting for! Phone 9227 6177 and make your FREE appointment today.
Consumers and client feedback needed
At SHQ we are always looking for ways to improve, and we value feedback on all areas of our services and the health information we provide.
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Educational Insights is SHQ’s fortnightly newsletter aimed at educators delivering relationships and sexuality education (RSE) to young people. It provides information on current best practice RSE, professional learning opportunities, new resources, relevant research articles, and information about ‘hot topics’ in the media. To subscribe please email email@example.com
New Hepatitis C drug now available
The Australian Government has taken another significant step to eliminate hepatitis C from Australia by subsidising a new drug which can treat all forms of the disease with an expected success rate of 90%.
Read the media statement here: http://healthmedia.com
Marriage Equality Campaign
SHQ is pleased and proud to support the Marriage Equality Campaign, which calls on the Federal Government to legislate for marriage equality.
Read the media statement here: http://www.equalitycampaign.org.au/nationalheathstatement