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ACT Health Stigma Current

Funding Agency: ACT Health
People Involved: Loren Brener, Lise Lafferty, Christy Newman, Carla Treloar

CSRH has been commissioned by ACT Health to undertake research to examine stigma and discrimination experienced among priority populations affected by sexually transmissible infections (STI) and blood borne viruses (BBV) in the ACT. The aim of this research is to, research and benchmark best…

Ageing and people living with HIV/viral hepatitis in the ACT Current

Funding Agency: ACT Health
People Involved: Limin Mao, Christy Newman, Carla Treloar, Martin Holt

People living with long-term infections such as viral hepatitis or HIV face unique challenges as they age. Treatment side effects may hasten the ageing process, and/or predispose people to other medical issues. Chronic conditions and multiple co-morbidities are common in people with long-term…

Chemical Practices: Drug Enhancement and Experimentation Current

Funding Agency: Australian Research Council Discovery Project
People Involved: Toby Lea

The use of drugs for a wide range of purposes is an increasingly prominent feature of pharmaceutical markets and lifestyle practices. As pharmaceutical markets expand, the distinction between therapeutic and illicit drugs is put in question. The modification of sexual and gendered experience has…

Couples Who Inject Drugs (CUPID Project) Current

Funding Agency: NHMRC Project Grant
People Involved: Carla Treloar, Joanne Bryant, Jake Rance

The Couples Who Inject Drugs (CUPID) project was funded by the NHMRC and began in 2012. Our interest was to examine, in detail, the experiences of injecting among heterosexual couples.

Couples (sexual partnerships) are an important group to understand. Data derived from surveys of people who…

Crystal, pleasure and sex between men Current

Funding Agency: NHMRC Project Grant, Department of Health Western Australia
People Involved: Carla Treloar, Gary Dowsett, Max Hopwood, Martin Holt, Toby Lea, Peter Aggleton, Joanne Bryant, Kerryn Drysdale

The Crystal, Pleasures and Sex between Men project was funded by the NHMRC and WA Health and began in 2017.

Crystal methamphetamine (aka ice, crystal, tina, meth) has had a particular impact on the gay community, where it is often used in sexual contexts such as dance parties, sex parties,…

Deadly Liver Mob Current

Funding Agency: NHMRC Partnership Project Grant
People Involved: Carla Treloar, John de Wit, Max Hopwood

Engaging Aboriginal people in viral hepatitis, HIV and sexual health services

The Deadly Liver Mob (DLM) is a health promotion program that aims to promote a holistic approach to healthy living, by providing Aboriginal people with bloodborne virus (particularly hepatitis C) and sexually…

ETHOS II Current

Funding Agency: NSW Ministry of Health, NHMRC
People Involved: Carla Treloar, Jake Rance, Max Hopwood

Enhancing Treatment of Hepatitis C in Opioid Substitution Settings

This study aims to evaluate the impact of an intervention integrating non-invasive liver disease screening on HCV assessment and treatment in drug and alcohol clinics, and to develop a translational framework for subsequent…

Elderly Prisoners in New South Wales Current
People Involved: Carla Treloar, Eileen Baldry

The elderly prison population has been steadily over the past decade and may face a number of health issues, as well as concerns for resettlement in the general community post-release. This population remain relatively unstudied which is of concern due to the growing number of health issues that…

Hepatitis C Patient-Reported Outcome Measures Current

Funding Agency: PLuS Alliance, Australian Government Department of Health
People Involved: Carla Treloar, Max Hopwood

Until recently, the experience and outcomes of health care have been conceptualised and measured from the perspective of clinicians or researchers. While important, these measures may obscure or miss issues that are of central relevance to the experience of the patient. The growing literature and…

STOP-C: Trialling treatment as prevention for hepatitis C virus in prison Current

Funding Agency: NHMRC, NSW Ministry of Health
People Involved: Carla Treloar, Jake Rance, Lise Lafferty

A sub-study of acceptability and feasibility

The new generation of hepatitis C treatment medications will provide shorter, more efficacious and more tolerable treatment experiences than current regimes. Further, modelling work has demonstrated the possibility of treatment as prevention for…