STIEF Professional Advisory Board

The STIEF Professional Advisory Board

A Professional Advisory Board (PAB) has been appointed to support the Sexually Transmitted Infections Education Foundation (STIEF) by way of providing independent advice, review and update of the STIEF clinical guidelines and to ensure that our information is accurate and up-to-date. The operation of the PAB is based on international best practice as it is comprised of key subject matter experts who represent each of the specialist medical disciplines involved in the management of sexually transmitted infections, together with representatives from general practice, patient counselling (nurse counsellor) and a consumer advocate.

Members of the Professional Advisory Board (PAB) of the Sexually Transmitted Infections Education Foundation 2017
 

Sexual Health Physicians

Dr Min Lo (Editor in Chief, HPV Guidelines)

Dr Edward Coughlan

Dr Heather Young
 

Infectious Disease and Sexual Health Physician

Dr Massimo Giola
 

NZ Dermatological Society

Dr Darion Rowan
 

NZ Committee of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Dr Anne Robertson
 

Paediatric Society of New Zealand

Dr Lesley Voss
 

NZ College of General Practitioners

Dr Phil Jacobs
 

NZ Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery

Dr Julian White
 

Family Planning

Dr Christine Roke
 

Immunisation Advisory Centre (IMAC)

Dr Helen Petousis-Harris
 

Counselling

Claire Hurst
 

Nursing

Georgina McPherson (NZ HPV Project)
 

Patient Advocate

Peter
 

Project Manager

Hayley Samuel

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HPV Project New Zealand

The NZ HPV Project is supported by: 

  • An educational grant from New Zealand District Health Boards
  • CSL Biotherapies Ltd NZ for an educational grant contributing to optimisation.

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