HIV Awareness Week virtual trivia – bring your ‘A’ game
Rates of HIV and STI notifications are higher among the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population than for the non-Indigenous population.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander HIV Awareness Week (ATSIHAW) is held in the first week of December each year, to coincide with World AIDS Day. It provides an opportunity to engage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, as well as HIV researchers, doctors, health workers and policy-makers.
This year the University of Queensland’s Poche Centre for Indigenous Health and NACCHO are co-hosting ATSIHAW Virtual Trivia. This event will be hosted via Zoom, with a special guest presenter to be announced.
Participants are highly encouraged to wear sexual health costumes, as prizes will be awarded not only to the trivia winners, but best and worst dressed.
There are two types of registrations available – individual registration and group registration.
If you are participating as an individual, please select individual registration and you will be placed into a team.
If you are participating as a group, connecting to Zoom from one device, please select group registration. Maximum of six people per group registration.
To register click here.