CoPAHM

COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE FOR ACTION ON HIV AND MOBILITY

 

The Community of Practice for Action on HIV and Mobility (CoPAHM) is for those interested in being part of the collaboration for action on HIV and Mobility.

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Who are we?

To keep HIV and mobility issues on the national agenda the Community of Practice for Action on HIV and Mobility (CoPAHM) was established in March 2015 with funding from the WA Department of Health Sexual Health and Blood-Borne Virus Program.

Who are we?

To keep HIV and mobility issues on the national agenda the Community of Practice for Action on HIV and Mobility (CoPAHM) was established in March 2015 with funding from the WA Department of Health Sexual Health and Blood-Borne Virus Program.

Who are our members?

The CoPAHM is an alliance of over 150 stakeholders from government and non-government organisations, research institutions, community groups, and national peak bodies. These members have an interest in HIV and mobility issues and wish to remain connected or collaborate with others working, researching or developing policy in this area.

What do we do?

The CoPAHM is used by members to identify ways to work together to progress the action areas highlighted within the Road Map for Action, ensuring that migrant and mobile populations are part of the ongoing dialogue on HIV prevention, treatment and support. The role of the CoPAHM is to increase partnerships and collaboration among stakeholders to facilitate policy, research and practice efforts regarding HIV and mobility.

Want more information, or to get in touch?

Find out more about CoPAHM or current activities, or become involved by emailing copahm@curtin.edu.au

We are on Twitter. Follow us @CoPAHM or get involved using the #HIVMobile hashtag.

School of Public Health, Curtin University, Bentley, WA

+61 8 9266 4739

copahm@curtin.edu.au 

Building 400,  School of Public Health,

Curtin University, WA.

+61 9266 4739

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