Young Aboriginal people’s engagement with STI testing in the Northern Territory, Australia
This paper documents socio-ecological factors influencing young Aboriginal people’s engagement with clinic-based sexually transmissible infections (STIs) testing in two remote settings in the Northern Territory, Australia.
Changing direction: mental health needs of justice-involved young people in Australia
This report presents findings on the mental health of 465 justice-involved young people. Findings are drawn from a wider survey of the mental, sexual and reproductive health of young people (14–17 years old) in contact with the justice system conducted in Queensland and Western Australia...
My sex, my sexual health: a social study of sexually transmissible infections among gay and bisexual men
This report explores the strategies employed by gay and bisexual men in Australia and Internationally to prevent and manage sexually transmissible infections (STIs).
Socio-demographic and structural barriers to being tested for chlamydia in general practice
About one in five young people did not submit a specimen for testing despite a GP request. Abstract Objectives : To investigate socio-demographic and structural factors associated with not providing a specimen for chlamydia testing following a request by a general practitioner. Design, setting and...