PNG's first representative survey of people most at risk for HIV has revealed that one in six sex workers in Port Moresby are HIV positive.
Former ABC managing director Mark Scott is one of three public leaders to have been awarded honorary doctorates in recognition of their eminent service to the community.
Prominent arts administrator and philanthropist John Kaldor has been recognised in the Queen’s birthday honours and awarded UNSW’s highest accolade for his eminent service to the community.
Nine UNSW researchers have been elected as fellows of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.
Australia has long been seen as a world leader in HIV prevention, treatment and care, yet our academic sector has been underutilised when it comes to the delivery of international health aid, write David Cooper and John Kaldor.
The government’s proposal for a $7 co-payment for GP visits requires careful evaluation to ensure those in need are not deterred from necessary help, write John Kaldor and Nicholas Zwar.
UNSW has won $22.8 million in National Health and Medical Research Council grants, the second largest amount Australia-wide and far ahead of any other university in the State.
By paying our share to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Australia will maintain the right to exert influence on one of the real jewels of international co-operation, write John Kaldor and David Cooper.
Perhaps the best way to measure research impact is a judicious mix-and-match approach, writes John Kaldor.
John Kaldor’s ambitious public art project, 13 Rooms, is providing fertile ground for UNSW research and creativity.