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True’s expert female clinicians offer shared antenatal care with the obstetric service of the woman’s choice. Influenza and pertussis immunisations and anti-D injections are available at True as part of our antenatal service. Our clinicians work closely with GPs and local obstetric services to streamline antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal care.
True Celebrates International Migrants Day
Dr Fabiola Martin was recently invited to present on World HTLV day at the Pan American Health Org and World Health Organisation (PHAO/WHO) international webinar focussing on why the sexually transmitted virus, HTLV, should be eliminated.
In 2022, True Relationships & Reproductive Health will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Family Planning Queensland.
Dr Helen Wiltshire from True's Rockhampton Clinic recently attended the 8th annual CQ Youth Interagency Health Forum. This was a free professional development event which provided vast arrays of health information and networking opportunities to the region.
Working with the Pasifika Women's Alliance (PWA)
Each year, Wear It Purple Day is celebrated in late August across Australia with events that have the potential to save thousands of lives. The movement is all about supportive, safe, empowering and inclusive environments for rainbow young people.
Sometimes you’re just not in the mood. No matter how well the evening is going or how nice your date is, or even how much you love your partner. But there are a few simple things you can do to help with low libido.
True's Culturally Responsive Health team has developed a new resource for women from migrant and refugee backgrounds to assist in understanding cervical screening. The information is available in written and audio forms in a variety of languages.