Sexual health campaign resources are available to download for free, including posters, videos and social media imagery for the general public, pregnant women, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Please note these assets are not available to order or distribute.
Stop the rise of STIs
Queensland Health's Stop the rise of STIs campaign was developed to raise awareness of the increasing rates of STIs in Queensland, particularly among young people aged 15–29 years. Launched in 2018, the campaign aimed to encourage young Queenslanders who are sexually active to get tested regularly, positioning STI testing as a normal part of their health routine.
Highest rates of STIs
Getting Tested is a Deadly Choice
The Getting Tested is a Deadly Choice campaign promotes the importance of getting tested for STIs as part of a regular Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health check. Anyone who has their health check at a participating health service received a free Deadly Choices shirt. For more information and to find your nearest participating clinic visit www.deadlychoices.com.au.
It's time to tackle STIs
Get tested at your next health check
Young, deadly, free
The Young, deadly, free is an STI awareness-raising campaign, developed in response to the ongoing syphilis outbreak affecting regional and remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. The Young, deadly, syphilis free campaign content has been built around two stories. The first story focuses on getting tested for syphilis. The second focuses on the potential risks of syphilis during pregnancy and again, promotes syphilis testing. The campaign has been developed by the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) and is funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health.
Listen up! TVC
Have you had your Syphilis test?
Get tested early, during, and after pregnancy