In November 2000, the President of the Anti-Discrimination Board of New South Wales (ADB), Mr Chris Puplick, announced a State-wide enquiry into hepatitis Crelated discrimination. The Enquiry was launched in Sydney on March 15th 2001, with
The Seroconversion Study is a national online survey that examines the experiences of people newly diagnosed with HIV. The study includes a qualitative component wherein participants can elect to take part in an in-depth interview.
More than a decade after ART became widely available in Australia, people living with HIV (PLHIV) who are diagnosed and have initiated treatment are surviving longer and staying healthier than in the past.
This research project will provide urgently needed information on nature and extent of methamphetamine use in Aboriginal communities, including its impact on individuals and communities, and the context in which use occurs in communities.