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Government 'too incompetent' for digital health In The Media - Posted on 8 May 2019

Mistrust of the government’s ability to manage large scale digital infrastructure projects is making people reluctant to sign up to programs like My Health Record, research has found.

Shush! Confidentiality and anonymity in the NSP/CNP In The Media - Posted on 15 April 2019

Research fellow at the Centre for Social Research in Health at UNSW, Dr Jake Rance, whose research includes looking at trust in NSPs, says trust is essential when talking about decent health care.

CSRH named in new $2.2 million NHMRC Partnership Project Article - Posted on 8 April 2019

Carla Treloar announced as a lead Chief Investigator on new NHMRC Partnership Project.

Arts & Social Sciences moves up the ranks in ERA 2018 report Article - Posted on 28 March 2019

Arts & Social Sciences received outstanding results in the 2018 Excellence in Research for Australia report.

Sex Lecture 2019: Lessons from an 'outsider' Article - Posted on 18 March 2019

Associate Professor Limin Mao, from the Centre for Social Research in Health at UNSW Sydney, shared her experiences of researching a hard to reach cohort in the 2019 Sex Lecture.

If you've got private health insurance, the choice to use it in a public hospital is your own In The Media - Posted on 15 March 2019

When you enter a public hospital, you are likely to be asked if you have private health insurance, and if you want to use it. This is what you need to consider.

The 2019 Sex Lecture: the benefits of researching the hard-to-reach In The Media - Posted on 15 February 2019

At the annual public lecture, NSW Associate Professor Limin Mao will discuss the results of 20 years of immersion in research of gay Asian men.

Why are Australians still using Facebook? In The Media - Posted on 8 February 2019

Some Australian Facebook users are more worried about over-sharing by friends than the privacy and security of their personal information.

Why are Australians still using Facebook? In The Media - Posted on 7 February 2019

Statistics on Australian Facebook users show no decrease in numbers since the Cambridge Analytica scandal first received public attention.

Illegal drug use — does ethics have anything to say? In The Media - Posted on 30 January 2019

How best to respond to the prevalence, use and associated dangers of illicit drugs presents particular challenges to political decision-making and ethical judgment alike.