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CSRH UNSW
Centre for Social Research in Health | Our focus is on health-related social research particularly HIV, viral hepatitis and sexually transmissible infections
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Positive Life NSW Nov 16
Researchers at would like to interview family members of people living with HIV, hepatitis B or hepatitis C to hear your stories about what ‘family life’ means, and how families are involved
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Kari Lancaster Nov 14
Open panels for ! Join Tim Rhodes and I on Panel No. 20 - ‘Evidence-making intervention’: transforming implementation science. Or check out et al. on Panel No. 6 - Producing Transformations: Drugs, bodies, and experimentation.
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CSRH UNSW Nov 14
. welcomes a YES result in the SSM survey. The evidence is clear - inequality is harmful.
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Carla Treloar Nov 9
A new episode and a twitter handle - we are on fire!
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CSRH UNSW Nov 9
Round of applause for the newly announced PROFESSOR ! Congratulations Martin! 👏🏼🎉
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CSRH UNSW Nov 9
And we're live! Our podcast has its own dedicated account now - come find us and have a listen! 👂🎉
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CSRH UNSW Nov 8
Congratulations on your win! 🙌🏼🎉👏🏼
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CSRH UNSW Nov 8
We're incredibly proud of our very own on winning - congratulations Christy! 🎉👏
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Christy Newman Nov 8
With energies dipping on the final day of the sexual health conference, we are enlivened by the always delightful from and reporting on the 860 people recorded as trans who attended 42 sexual health clinics in Australia 2010-16
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Family Planning NSW Nov 8
Our Senior Research Officers, and Wendy Cheng, with their posters.
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CSRH UNSW Nov 7
Rob Cover from joins us next week to discuss 'Emergent Sexualities' among young people online
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Christy Newman Nov 7
We are still recruiting for the study Asha Persson spoke about today, interviewing people w/ lived experience of HIV, hepatitis C or hepatitis B, & affected family members, about what families mean in the context of blood borne viruses today.
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CSRH UNSW Nov 7
READ: Asha Persson's paper - Families living w BBVs: Case for extending concept of 'serodiscordance'
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Dejay Toborek 🏳️‍🌈 Nov 7
Asha Persson talking about the extending serodiscordance concept to families. A great eye-opener!
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Christy Newman Nov 7
My personal research hero, and very dear friend, the incomparable Asha Persson, argues for extending the concept of serodiscordance to encompass other forms of intimate relationship, such as families, among those affected by HIV, hepatitis B and/or hepatitis C
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Christy Newman Nov 7
Read our hot-off-the-press (and free-to-access!) critical review of the literature on how a diagnosis with a blood borne virus affects family relationships in the contemporary treatment era
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Christy Newman Nov 7
Excited to hear discuss her doctoral research on engaging young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds with sexual and reproductive health information and services
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Bridget Nov 7
on Willingness, Use and Concern about using over time - rapid uptake of in Australia
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CSRH UNSW Nov 7
2.15PM Don't miss Asha Persson on extending the concept of 'serodiscordance' to include families
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CSRH UNSW Nov 7
2.15PM presents research on sexual health knowledge of migrant + refugee young ppl
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