Tackling stigma surrounding HIV is an enduring challenge, with many people living with HIV/AIDS saying they face discrimination and judgment in their lives.
New reports released today show that increases in government funding for prevention strategies are achieving significant reductions in the risk of HIV transmission.
Professor Deborah Lupton, UNSW's newest hire under the SHARP program, will explore how digital health technologies, big data and self-tracking apps are changing the way we manage our health.
Point-of-care tests to detect and treat key infectious diseases will be expanded in 300 health centres in four countries thanks to a new program led by UNSW.
The same-sex marriage debate was a reminder that some people view queer sexuality and family life as incompatible but UNSW's Dr Christy Newman hopes her research will help change that.
The latest report by UNSW’s Centre for Social Research in Health shows increasing use of HIV medications to prevent the spread of HIV by gay and bisexual men.
As new treatments for hepatitis C reshape the landscape, new data from UNSW underscore the need to address issues including discrimination, stigma and engaging marginalised communities.
There is compelling evidence that treatment greatly reduces HIV transmission but prevention of the disease remains complex, the latest report by UNSW’s Centre for Social Research in Health shows.
Australian researchers are leading the world in the battle to eliminate hepatitis C.
An Indigenous hepatitis project in Western Sydney could be expanded across NSW, thanks to input from UNSW health researchers.