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Timothy Krulic

Research from the PLHIV Peer Navigator Implementation Study shows how peer support can improve quality of life for people living with HIV.

W3 Guest Author

Drug user organisations can help influence policy to achieve hepatitis C elimination, but they need a supportive policy environment to do so. Co-authors and peer workers Charles Henderson and Annie Madden share their thoughts on the important messages in this paper.

W3 Framework

An impact analysis of the W3 Project reveals that the W3 Framework helps evidence replace a sense of ‘believing’ that peer-led actions work.


Graham Brown

In this research seminar, Associate Professor Graham Brown reflects on 20 years of working with and researching peer-led responses.

W3 Framework

This presentation focuses on how systems thinking can help demonstrate the role of peer leadership in public health responses.