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© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
Background and introduction
Scott McGill
Activity 4: Health resources for
Aboriginal and Torres Str...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
• ASHM is a professional, not-for-profit, member-
based organisation.
• It supports its members, se...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
• Five National BBV and STI strategies 2014-17:
• HIV
• Hepatitis B
• Hepatitis C
• Aboriginal and ...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
Activity 4 will develop culturally appropriate web-
based educational resources among:
• Aboriginal...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
The activity comprises four phases:
1. Resource audit and prioritisation process
2. Resource develo...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
The activity comprises four phases:
1. Resource audit and prioritisation process
2. Resource develo...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
The activity comprises four phases:
1. Resource audit and prioritisation process
2. Resource develo...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
The activity comprises four phases:
1. Resource audit and prioritisation process
2. Resource develo...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
The activity comprises four phases:
1. Resource audit and prioritisation process
2. Resource develo...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
The activity comprises four phases:
1. Resource audit and prioritisation process
2. Resource develo...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
The activity comprises four phases:
1. Resource audit and prioritisation process
2. Resource develo...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
The activity comprises four phases:
1. Resource audit and prioritisation process
2. Resource develo...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
The activity comprises four phases:
1. Resource audit and prioritisation process
2. Resource develo...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
$1.12 million over two years
5+ priority populations (ATSI + CALD)
4+ diseases
Multiple languages
M...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
• Limited funds available for resource development
and large number of population groups and diseas...
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
• Project management and coordination: overseeing, contributing
to and managing all project phases....
© ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016
Output Timeline
Advisory committees and steering committee established July 2016
Review/audit exist...
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Activity 4: Health resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities

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Scott McGill discusses ASHM's plan for developing online health promotion resources for people from CALD backgrounds. This presentation was given at AFAO's HIV and Mobility Forum in May 2016.

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Activity 4: Health resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities

  1. 1. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 Background and introduction Scott McGill Activity 4: Health resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities © ASHM 2016
  2. 2. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 • ASHM is a professional, not-for-profit, member- based organisation. • It supports its members, sector partners and collaborators to generate knowledge and action in clinical management and research, education, policy and advocacy in Australasia and internationally.
  3. 3. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 • Five National BBV and STI strategies 2014-17: • HIV • Hepatitis B • Hepatitis C • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander BBV/STI • STI • Commonwealth has committed funding to implement these strategies • Funding of <$9.5 million (2016 to 2018) for six BBV and STI prevention and education activities • ASHM will oversee delivery of Activities 4 and 5 Background
  4. 4. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 Activity 4 will develop culturally appropriate web- based educational resources among: • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples • priority CALD populations: – Sub-Sahara Africa; – Southeast Asia; – India, Pakistan and Afghanistan; – China. Resources will seek to prevent the spread of BBV and STI and increase testing and treatment uptake among these populations Activity 4
  5. 5. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 The activity comprises four phases: 1. Resource audit and prioritisation process 2. Resource development 3. Resource distribution and promotion 4. Ongoing M&E and reporting Overview
  6. 6. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 The activity comprises four phases: 1. Resource audit and prioritisation process 2. Resource development 3. Resource distribution and promotion 4. Ongoing M&E and reporting Overview
  7. 7. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 The activity comprises four phases: 1. Resource audit and prioritisation process 2. Resource development 3. Resource distribution and promotion 4. Ongoing M&E and reporting. Overview • Establishing CALD and ATSI advisory committees • Resource stocktake/audit • CALD and ATSI consultation workshops • Prioritisation • Steering committee recommends agencies to develop resources
  8. 8. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 The activity comprises four phases: 1. Resource audit and prioritisation process 2. Resource development 3. Resource distribution and promotion 4. Ongoing M&E and reporting. Overview
  9. 9. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 The activity comprises four phases: 1. Resource audit and prioritisation process 2. Resource development 3. Resource distribution and promotion 4. Ongoing M&E and reporting. Overview • Agencies sub-contracted by ASHM to develop resources • Some existing resources won’t require significant investment for national scale-up – thus, formal sub-contracting arrangement may not be necessary • ASHM may be involved in development of resources as appropriate
  10. 10. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 The activity comprises four phases: 1. Resource audit and prioritisation process 2. Resource development 3. Resource distribution and promotion 4. Ongoing M&E and reporting. Overview
  11. 11. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 The activity comprises four phases: 1. Resource audit and prioritisation process 2. Resource development 3. Resource distribution and promotion 4. Ongoing M&E and reporting. Overview • Promotion and distribution plan developed • Leveraging agencies and networks with large community reach • Identifying community opinion leaders • Launches at key cultural events
  12. 12. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 The activity comprises four phases: 1. Resource audit and prioritisation process 2. Resource development 3. Resource distribution and promotion 4. Ongoing M&E and reporting Overview
  13. 13. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 The activity comprises four phases: 1. Resource audit and prioritisation process 2. Resource development 3. Resource distribution and promotion 4. Ongoing M&E and reporting Overview • Measuring uptake of resources and change in awareness: • Pre/post client surveys at collaborating agencies • Focus group discussions • Web metrics
  14. 14. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 $1.12 million over two years 5+ priority populations (ATSI + CALD) 4+ diseases Multiple languages Many stakeholders with competing priorities Funding context
  15. 15. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 • Limited funds available for resource development and large number of population groups and disease areas • Thus, project will likely mainly support the national scale-up of existing online resources developed at a state level. • This may also involve adapting existing resources for other population groups/languages, as appropriate. • However, if critical resource gaps are identified then funding needs to target development of new resources. Hence…
  16. 16. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 • Project management and coordination: overseeing, contributing to and managing all project phases. • Delivering the initial consultation and prioritisation workshops. • Providing IT infrastructure for the hosting and maintenance of resources • Potentially developing/adapting resource/s • Monitoring & Evaluation ASHM’s roles
  17. 17. © ASHM 2016© ASHM 2016 Output Timeline Advisory committees and steering committee established July 2016 Review/audit existing resources September 2016 Consultation workshops December 2016 Resources recommended for development End December 2016 Organisations sub-contracted February 2017 Resources developed September 2017 Resource distribution and promotion June 2018 Phasing

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