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The 2017 survey on PrEP and safe sex has launched In The Media - Posted on 24 April 2017

"This year we’re expecting to see big changes in the survey because of the rapid increase in the use of PrEP."

High-risk urged: take part in HIV medication trial In The Media - Posted on 16 April 2017

Bundaberg residents are being encouraged to take part in a trial of medication to prevent HIV.

HIV notifications down 16% in Queensland compared to same period in 2016 In The Media - Posted on 15 April 2017

There has been an almost 16% reduction in new cases of HIV reported in Queensland so far this year.

Strong interest in expanded Q-PrEP HIV prevention trial In The Media - Posted on 15 April 2017

Increased testing for HIV and significant uptakes in treatment by HIV positive men in Queensland is highlighted by the release of the 2016 Queensland Gay Community Periodic Survey.

Prestigious Gilead Grant awarded to CSRH researchers Article - Posted on 20 March 2017

Two researchers from the Centre for Social Research in Health have been awarded a prestigious Gilead Australia Fellowship Research Grant for $40,000.

Former Pathfinder President and CEO, Dr Purnima Mane, visits CSRH Article - Posted on 13 March 2017

CSRH hosted a one-month visit by Dr Purnima Mane, former President and Chief Executive Officer of Pathfinder International, during February and early March 2017.

Prestigious Scientia Doctoral scholarship awarded for study at CSRH Article - Posted on 13 March 2017

A prestigious Scientia Doctoral scholarship has been awarded to Sujith Kumar for a study of sexual citizenship and belonging among young LGBTQ minority ethnic Australian citizens and residents.

How my faith in St George helped my understand my sexuality In The Media - Posted on 2 March 2017

George Michael helped Christy Newman and others learn how to treasure a different kind of communion.

What is safe sex now? Does it include undetectable viral load and PrEP? In The Media - Posted on 28 February 2017

Treatment as prevention and PrEP provide new ways to safely avoid HIV, but this poses challenges to the ways in which communities understand and practice ‘safe sex’, Martin Holt of the University of New South Wales told a public lecture in Sydney last week.

UNSW talks safe sex in the age of PrEP Article - Posted on 23 February 2017

UNSW researcher Martin Holt urged the gay community to support each other in the choices they make to safely avoid HIV at a public lecture held as part of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival.