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Fewer men who have sex with men are using condoms when taking PrEP, and that's OK In The Media - Posted on 8 June 2018

It’s unrealistic to expect everyone who is sexually active will take perfect preventative measures.

As an HIV prevention drug surged in Australia, condom use fell In The Media - Posted on 8 June 2018

Infection rates declined despite a rise in unprotected sex, suggesting widespread use of the drug may mitigate the reduction in condom use.

Professor Martin Holt on new study into condom use and PrEP uptake In The Media - Posted on 8 June 2018

Professor Martin Holt from the Centre for Social Research in Health discusses HIV prevention drug PrEP and its impact on sexual practices in gay and bisexual communities where PrEP implementation programs have been rolled out.

A pill that protects people from HIV may also lead to more sex without condoms In The Media - Posted on 7 June 2018

“Risk compensation” may lead people who try a new HIV prevention strategy to abandon condoms.

Anti-HIV drug linked to decline in condom use In The Media - Posted on 7 June 2018

A new study has found that as more men start taking PrEP, fewer gay and bisexual men are using condoms.

Rapid rise in anti-HIV PrEP pills linked to drop in condom use In The Media - Posted on 7 June 2018

PrEP availability may play a part in men’s complacency about the chances of becoming infected, study suggests.

HIV 'game changer' drug linked with fall in condom use among gay men In The Media - Posted on 7 June 2018

PrEP is driving down HIV transmission but this could be undermined if more men not on the drug begin eschewing protection, experts warn.

Fellow Spotlight: Professor Carla Treloar, UNSW Sydney In The Media - Posted on 17 April 2018

PLuS Alliance Fellow and UNSW Sydney Professor Carla Treloar talks about social justice in global health, her ground-breaking work in hepatitis C research, and her podcast SpeakEasy.

Just published: Critical Pedagogy Sexuality Education and Young People Article - Posted on 2 April 2018

New contributions from Ekua Yankah and Peter Aggleton from the Centre for Social Research in Health.

Do you really need private health insurance? In The Media - Posted on 28 March 2018

Increasing premiums leave consumers wondering if they should give it up or downgrade to save.