Campaign aims to lower STIs in Aboriginal youth
7 April 2017
A new campaign has been launched to promote the importance of safe sex for Aboriginal people aged 17-29 years old.
The focus of the campaign will link people to the couldihaveit website (external site) where users will be able to get a quick, easy and free STI self-assessment. If their assessment suggests they need a STI test, they can instantly complete a simple PathWest form referring them to services across WA.
The campaign was developed in close consultation with an Aboriginal reference group consisting of Aboriginal health workers and leaders from regional and metropolitan areas and will reinforce prevention and testing messages.
Learn more about STIs and how to get tested at couldihaveit.com.au (external site).