This is where we will keep you posted about current IDFA news. Please check this page regularly for updates.

Latest IDFA Updates 

2022 World PI Week (22-29th April)

What is World PI Week?  World PI Week offers an opportunity to inform and educate health policy-makers, schools and families, and the general public about primary...

2022 Rare Disease Day

What is Rare Disease Day? Rare Disease Day is the globally-coordinated movement on rare diseases, working towards equity in social opportunity, healthcare, and access to...

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

The global pandemic is an ever-changing situation so it’s important you keep up to date with the current status in your state or territory. For those living with an immunodeficiency please seek guidance specific to your illness from your medical team particularly if you suffer from respiratory issues.

COVID-19 – immunodeficiency and vaccines

With the implementation of Australia’s COVID-19 vaccine national rollout strategy, we have had a range of questions from our members about what this will mean for people with primary or secondary immunodeficiency.

We have compiled a list of resources for you which provide information specific to the immunodeficiency community, the vaccines available in Australia and the national rollout strategy.

This is a topic we will continue to explore throughout 2021.

Upcoming Events

IDFA hosts a range of different events/meetings for our members. Upcoming events are listed on our events page. 

Important Dates

Rare Disease Day – 28 February 2023

Held on the last day of February each year Rare Disease Day is an international campaign aimed at raising awareness of rare diseases amongst the general public and decision makers about the impact of rare disease on patients’ lives.

Rare Disease Day