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Do SMS reminders improve retesting rates after chlamydia infection in heterosexuals?

Project Status: Ongoing
Chlamydia re-infection is common in women and men. By 12 months re-infection rates have been reported to be as high as 22% in a chlamydia re-...
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Do SMS reminders improve STI testing frequency in men who have sex with men (MSM)?

Project Status: Ongoing
In late 2008, Sydney Sexual health Centre implemented a reminder system to improve re-testing rates for HIV and sexually transmissible infections (...
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Does traumatic brain injury lead to offending behaviour?

Project Status: Ongoing
Data-linkage study of exposure to traumatic brain injury (TBI) and subsequent offending behaviour
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Dynamics of P.vivax infection and hypnozoite reactivation

Project Status: Ongoing
The two major parasite species causing malaria are Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax. Plasmodium vivax infection is usually less severe, but...
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Dynamics Plasmodium falciparum infection and naturally acquired immunity

Project Status: Ongoing
Plasmodium falciparum(P. falciparum) infection is one of the major causes of morbidity and mortality for individuals living in malaria endemic region...
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Project Status: Completed
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ETHOS Cohort (Enhanced Treatment for Hepatitis C in Opioid Substitution Settings)

Project Status: Completed
The purpose of the study is to examine HCV treatment uptake, response to therapy andreinfectionfollowing successful treatment among patients with...
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Expanded PrEP Implementation in Communities (EPIC-NSW)

Project Status: Ongoing
EPIC-NSW stands for ‘Expanded PrEP Implementation in Communities in NSW’. EPIC-NSW is a study run by the Kirby Institute and funded by the NSW...
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Flux (Following Lives Undergoing Change) Study

Project Status: Ongoing
Issues like friendship and feeling connected, drug use, and mental health affect all of us in the gay community, and beyond. We want to explore what...