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At the end of August, we travelled to Queensland’s Sunshine Coast for the 2022 ASHM Joint Australasian HIV&AIDS and Sexual Health Conferences. This was the first time we’ve come together face-to-face as a sector since before a new little virus called SARS-CoV-2 turned up to disrupt life as we know it. …
We've been busy presenting and preparing to present our work in various places. Keep reading to find out more about our recent outputs and upcoming events!
Now that I’ve hopefully got you humming Elton John (possibly for a second time)… Greetings everyone! Yes, we are back, and we are coming back with a vengeance (again). If you’re feeling de ja vu, it might be because I said the same thing this time 2 years ago. We …
As those of us in Melbourne enter Stage 4 restrictions, we have some exciting plans to share and HIV 2020 is in full swing!
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.
An impact analysis of the W3 Project reveals that the W3 Framework helps evidence replace a sense of ‘believing’ that peer-led actions work.
In this research seminar, Associate Professor Graham Brown reflects on 20 years of working with and researching peer-led responses.
This presentation focuses on how systems thinking can help demonstrate the role of peer leadership in public health responses.