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.