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Increasing use of HIV medications to prevent the spread of HIV by gay and bisexual men In The Media - Posted on 6 November 2017

A report by UNSW’s Centre for Social Research in Health, released alongside the Kirby report, shows an increasing use of HIV medications to prevent the spread of HIV by gay and bisexual men.

STIs: Symptoms, dangers and treatments In The Media - Posted on 6 November 2017

Symptoms and dangers of common STIs, and how to treat them.

Uptake of medications for HIV treatment and prevention changes sexual practices Article - Posted on 6 November 2017

The latest Annual Report of Trends in Behaviour by UNSW’s Centre for Social Research in Health shows increasing use of HIV medications to prevent the spread of HIV by gay and bisexual men.

We need to talk about sexual health: Australias’ STI scorecard In The Media - Posted on 6 November 2017

Associate Professor Martin Holt discusses early signs that HIV infections are dropping, the role PrEP plays in all of this.

New report shows rise in new HIV transmissions in marginal communities In The Media - Posted on 6 November 2017

While HIV prevention strategies are proving extremely effective among gay and bisexual men, HIV transmissions in marginal communities are on the rise.

Open letter: Centre for Social Research in Health supports Australian Marriage Equality Article - Posted on 24 October 2017

Read our open letter in support of same-sex marriage in Australia.

CSRH mourns the loss of collaborator and friend Levinia Crooks Article - Posted on 16 October 2017

Today the CSRH mourns the loss of a long term collaborator and advocate for the rights of people living with HIV, viral hepatitis and STIs.

Standard condom sizes are too large for the average penis In The Media - Posted on 15 October 2017

Diminished sensation while using condoms may come down to size.

Most men aren't wearing condoms and now we know why In The Media - Posted on 14 October 2017

Reports suggest men aren’t wearing condoms because of a global sizing problem.

Headspace workers wear purple for a day to support young LGBTIQA people In The Media - Posted on 27 August 2017

Headpace workers wore a variety of shades for Wear it Purple Day to support their local clients.