Information for Health Professionals
Resources for Patients/Consumers
NZ HPV Project
STIEF Professional Advisory Group
The NZ HPV Project guidelines for health professionals can be downloaded in PDF format:
(PDF extract from Sexually Transmitted Infections - Summary of Guidelines)
Guidelines for the Management of Genital, Anal and Throat HPV Infection in New Zealand - 9th Edition 2017 (40 pages)
(available as PDF only)
Sexually Transmitted Infections - Summary of Guidelines - July 2017 Edition (32 pages)
(also available in hardcopy format)
The NZ HPV Project HPV information pamphlets for patients/consumers can be downloaded in printer friendly PDF format:
The New Zealand HPV Project liaises with health professionals, and provides them with an educational and support network to assist in the responsible management of HPV.
Copies of Sexually Transmitted Infections - Summary of Guidelines and HPV information pamphlets for patients/consumers are available free of charge. Please note that these resources can only be mailed to addresses within New Zealand.
All resources are endorsed by the STIEF Professional Advisory Board
Due to the escalation of the government's COVID-19 response to Level 4, our ability to post out requested resources is severely limited. Delays (likely until after the alert status has been lowered) are expected. Apologies in advance for any inconvenience caused. We recommend downloading our online resources at this time via the links to the left of this page.
For COVID-19 support go to covid19.govt.nz
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'Translating research into practice. The HPV vaccine story - where to in 2017'. A lecture with Professor Ian Frazer © University of Queensland, 2017
Permission granted to NZ HPV Project / STIEF to publish. No part of this video may be downloaded, reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means by third parties without prior written consent from the University of Queensland.
Emerging Epidemic of HPV (Human Papillomavirus) related Head and Neck Cancer. A lecture with Dr Bruce Haughey and Dr Julian White (2016).
Hosted by the New Zealand Society of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery and the New Zealand HPV Project.