Help us build the future of HIV care
We have provided expert care for people living with HIV in Victoria for the past 25 years. We now need your help to plan for services now and in the future. Help us by completing this quick 10-minute survey, which is anonymous and confidential.
Much has changed in the world of HIV treatment including how and where we deliver care to a community with increasingly diverse experiences and needs.
Over the years, many people living with HIV have received specialised care at Fairfield House. With this building showing its age, your feedback will help us invest in the right facilities and services.
What matters to you about your care?
We are keen to hear from as many people living with HIV as possible.
Tell us about:
- Your needs now and in the future
- Your priorities around your health and care
- What helps you to access the best care
- What prevents you from accessing the best care.
Please share the link to this survey.
What are the steps for this review?
This survey will be open until 31 April 2021. You can access it here as well as through:
- Your treating Alfred clinician;
- Your treating GP or
- The Melbourne Sexual Health Centre.
We will also hold in-person and virtual ‘coffee table’ discussions through peak bodies and support groups including Thorne Harbour Health (Positive Living Centre), Living Positive Victoria; and Positive Women in March and April 2021.
Sharing your insights – did we hear you right?
We will share the insights from the review with the community to check that we understand what matters to you most about your care.
And finally later in the year, we will share any new initiatives for our HIV service for ongoing discussion.
Due to COVID-19, Semester 1 of the EMRC in 2021 will be delivered completely online!
Take advantage of current social distancing measures by utilising the extra time spent at home to complete your Australasian College for Emergency Medicine 4.10 requirement.