The sexual health team consists of:
Queensland Syphilis Surveillance Service (QSSS) is a state-wide database where all laboratory-based positive syphilis results for Queensland residents are reported to improve the accuracy of syphilis reporting, monitor trends in syphilis notifications and improve the management of individuals affected by syphilis. Our team provide support for clinicians in the management of syphilis cases throughout Queensland.
Contact Tracing Support Officer (CTSO) provides support, advice and training to Healthcare providers including general practitioners and nurses around contact tracing and partner notification. The role involves working proactively with relevant non-government organisations on appropriate health prevention strategies and awareness campaigns.
Sexual Health and BBV co-ordinator works across community, professional, academic and government sectors to support, facilitate, and develop various health promotion, public health and research programs. The position works collaboratively with diverse community and client groups to assess, identify and develop unique responses to particular emerging sexual health needs.