Engaging with Indigenous Australian communities for a human papilloma virus and oropharyngeal cancer project; use of the CONSIDER statement
This paper outlines the engagement, consultation and recruitment strategies for a study involving investigation of HPV and OPSCC among Indigenous South Australians.
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.
An evidence review from Australia, Aotearoa/New Zealand and Canada for the WA Aboriginal sexual health and blood-borne virus strategy
This review was commissioned by the Department of Health Western Australia with the aim to prevent and reduce rates of blood born viruses infection in Australian communities.
This strategy outlines the guiding principles, goals, targets and priority areas needed for an effective, coordinated and comprehensive state-wide response to the impact of bloodborne viruses and sexually transmissible infections on Aboriginal people in Western Australia (WA).
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).
This booklet was prepared by the Aboriginal Health Equity Sexual Health and Wellbeing team at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), to highlight HIV rates among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and inform development of policies and actions to bring rates...
This report aims to provide data to inform progress towards improving quality of life, by looking at the health and life experiences of people living with HIV in Australia.
Bloodborne viral and sexually transmissible infections in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
This report provides information on the occurrence of bloodborne viruses and sexually transmissible infections among the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population in Australia.
What does HIV look like in 2030? How do we make sure people living with HIV age healthily and well? What needs to be done so that everyone benefits equally from NSW’s leading HIV response? These are some of the issues explored in this discussion...
Migration patterns survey and HIV vulnerability assessment mapping in selected districts of Timor-Leste
The objectives of the Vulnerability Assessment Mapping were to: identify locations of support (VCT, health promotion and education etc) and HIV-risk behaviour; identify factors that increase personal and societal HIV vulnerability and to map mobility patterns.