Afternoons with Max Marshall
Afternoons with Max Marshall is a short movie AIVL produced to tackle the subject of stigma in the workplace – and whether we’re prepared to confront it when we see it.
Service user experiences of people living with hepatitis C exiting custodial settings.
Focuses on meth use and routes of transmission of blood borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections.
Methamphetamine use and Blood Borne Virus/Sexually Transmissible Infection (BBV/STI)
This resource provides key information on methamphetamine use in relation to BBVs and STIs.
A Hidden Population
Aims to build capacity within aged care providers to respond to the unique needs of older people.
A framework for peer education by drug-user organisations
The AIVL Peer Education Framework is a starting point for understanding our approach to peer education.
No one likes using the dirties – A study into the re-use of injecting equipment in Australia
Contains the findings of a peer-based qualitative research study into the re-use of injecting equipment.
Lyrica (pregabalin) and mental health
Be aware of some of the harms associated with using Lyrica with other drugs.
Hepatitis C & Prison
‘Hepatitis C and prison’ contains all you need to know now that hep C treatment is available in prisons.
New buprenorphine (Bupe) depot products
All you need to know about new buprenorphine (Bupe) products – what they are and what’s available.
Vein Care Guide
The Vein Care Guide helps people make informed decisions and reduce the risks of drug-related harms.
Introduction to AIVL and its member organisations
Find out about AIVL’s member organisations around Australia and what they do.
From 1 February 2018, medicines containing codeine will no longer be available without a prescription.
Hepatitis C Peer Education Training Module
AIVL has developed a training module to provide education to people living with or at risk of hepatitis C.
HEP C & YOU
‘Hep C & You’ is a users’ guide to the latest information on treatment, testing and more.
Peer Workforce Capacity Building Training Framework
Peer processes among injecting drug users – Indicators of best practice in peer based and mainstream organisations.
A Normal Day Stigma and Discrimination Training Module
Designed to enhance understanding between people who use drugs and healthcare professionals.
The Being Real Project
‘Being real’ provides a framework for drug user organisations to work with Aboriginal people who use drugs.
Injecting Involves Blood – Be ‘Blood Aware’
Find out where to obtain information on blood borne viruses and how to inject safely.
Needle and Syringe Programs in Australia: Peer-led Best Practice (the Guide)
‘The Guide’ details the needs of people who inject drugs and practice considerations for service providers.
This resource offers information to help people minimise risks and make safer choices regarding their liver.
A needs analysis for people living with HCV after leaving custodial settings in Australia
Details the needs of People Living with hepatitis C as they are discharged from custody.
National statement on ethical issues for research involving injecting/illicit drug users
This National Statement is aimed at developing and establishing a set of national ethical standards.