Three major projects, focusing on reducing stigma, community-led models and assessment of people living with chronic hepatitis B, have received funding.
Research into the social dimensions of long Covid offers invaluable insights for its prevention, treatment and care.
American author Daniel M Lavery takes a detour through the cultural canon in recounting the journey of his gender affirmation, in conversation with UNSW Sydney social researcher Christy E Newman.
UNSW Sydney’s longstanding partnership with state health departments and community HIV organisations will be extended to engage a broader range of people affected by HIV.
Three of this year’s four recipients of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia early career research award are from UNSW Sydney.
A new study by UNSW’s Giselle Newton has found a growing number of people are learning they are donor-conceived through online DNA testing.
The ‘What We Do Well’ project is identifying social, cultural and personal resources to inform sexual health promotion practice.
Associate Professor Christy Newman and Scientia PhD candidate Sujith Kumar from UNSW's Centre for Social Research in Health discuss the 2020 Mardi Gras theme, 'What Matters' and why they welcome this year's theme.
Claire Annesley plans to build on the Faculty’s international reputation continuing to attract students and academics to take on society’s most pressing problems.
A group of donor-conceived and surrogate-born people have spoken out at the UN in a renewed push to improve the rights of access to biological information.