- E.N.D H.I.V
Prevent, Test & Treat to E.N.D. H.I.V.
HIV has been on the increase in Queensland for the past decade. But, if we work together we can make HIV history in Queensland. We have the power to prevent, test and treat HIV – and everyone has a part to play.Learn More
Think you may have been exposed?
If you think you may have been recently exposed to HIV, call 13 HEALTH (13 43 84) ASAP to discuss how you can access PEP emergency treatment which may prevent infection. You must commence PEP treatment within 72 hours after your risk of exposure.More Information
You can improve your long term health.
Starting treatment for HIV as early as possible will improve your long term health prospects.
Starting treatment late increases the time the virus has to damage the immune system.FIND OUT HOW
Have Safer Sex
Wearing condoms and using water based lube is the best way to prevent HIV and many other STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections).read more
Don't assume someone's HIV status
You can’t make assumptions about someone’s HIV status based on the way they look or whether or not they ask to use a condom.
Medications can prevent HIV
What do you know about PEP, PrEP and being undetectable?
Medication can be an important tool in HIV prevention.read more
Who should get tested?
If you’re sexually active, it’s recommended that you get tested regularly for HIV (and other STIs). You’ll only know your HIV status if you have a test. If you inject drugs, testing for HIV regularly is also important.read more
How often should you test?
If you’re sexually active, you should test regularly for HIV (and other STIs). Testing every 3 months is recommended for sexually active men who have sex with men or if you inject.read more
Find HIV Testing and Sexual Health Services
You can find the HIV testing or treatment service nearest you using this simple locator tool. In addition to the locations listed, you can also get a HIV test from your local GP.search for a clinic
Treatment options for HIV have come a long way and with the right treatment most people living with HIV can expect to live long, healthy lives. If you act quickly after being exposed to HIV, it’s even possible to prevent the infection.read more
PEP Emergency Treatment
If you think you’ve been recently exposed to HIV, accessing PEP emergency treatment ASAP may prevent infection.
You must commence PEP emergency treatment within 72 hours after your risk exposure so act quickly and call 13 HEALTH (13 43 84) to discuss if this is the right option for you.read more
HIV is Different Now.
Find where to get tested or
access PEP Emergency Treatment
You can find the HIV testing or treatment service nearest you using this simple locator tool.
In addition to the locations listed, you can also get a HIV test from your local GP.