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This series aims to make it easy for you to find information about our past and ongoing research projects.

The W3 Project started in 2013 with the goal of supporting peer work. We are very fortunate that our work on the W3 Framework also led to other exciting projects — all with the same overall goal.

For us, part of supporting peer work means making sure we share as much as we can about what we learn through our work.

For a list of all our research projects, please visit the section about our research on the About the W3 Project page.

This series aims to make it easy for you to find information about our past and ongoing research projects.

The W3 Project started in 2013 with the goal of supporting peer work. We are very fortunate that our work on the W3 Framework also led to other exciting projects — all with the same overall goal.

For us, part of supporting peer work means making sure we share as much as we can about what we learn through our work.

Our current research

Petrina Hilton

Stage 3 of the W3 Project is now underway. The goal is to build an evidence base to help demonstrate the impact and value of peer-led work in the Australian HIV and hepatitis C response.

Other research

Petrina Hilton

We share how the PozQoL Project developed and validated a 13-item scale to measure changes in the quality of life of people living with HIV.

W3 Framework

Stage 2 of the W3 Project trialled the W3 Framework in peer-led PLHIV and PWUD organisations in Victoria, Australia.

W3 Framework

Stage 1 of the W3 Project used systems thinking to understand and describe peer work. Through this work, the W3 Framework was created.

W3 Framework

This project focussed on converting peer insights from peers who use drugs into resources for Australia’s hepatitis C response.

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