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Kirby Seminar - Mr Barry Zack - “Breaking into Prison to Improve Continuity of Care: The Project START+ Model.”

Added 8 Apr 2015 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Mr Barry Zack-, Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California, San Francisco and the CEO of Corrections & Health at the Bridging Group  “...
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Kirby Seminar - Mr Nicolas Parkhill - "Our Journey to End HIV: 30 years of community, campaigns, partnership and activism.”

Added 7 Apr 2015 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Mr Nicolas Parkhill-CEO, ACON  "Our Journey to End HIV: 30 years of community, campaigns, partnership and activism..” Tuesday 7th April  2015 Lunch will be...
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The Australian HIV Observational Database Temporary Residents Access Study (ATRAS): Two year follow up

Added 31 Mar 2015 -
Researchers from the Kirby Institute and the National Association of People with HIV Australia (NAPWHA) have released a second round of results from the first study in Australia to collect information on HIV...
Image - The Australian HIV Observational Database Temporary Residents Access Study (ATRAS): Two year follow up

Kirby Seminar - Dr Iryna Zablotska-Manos and Mr Benjamin Bavinton “Biomedical HIV Prevention Research: Feedback from CROI 2015.”

Added 31 Mar 2015 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Dr Iryna Zablotska-Manos  “Biomedical HIV Prevention Research: Feedback from CROI 2015.” Co-Presenting with... Mr Benjamin Bavinton Abstract: The Conference...
Image - Kirby Seminar - Dr Iryna Zablotska-Manos and Mr Benjamin Bavinton    “Biomedical HIV Prevention Research: Feedback from CROI 2015.”

Online dating not just about ‘hooking up’ for Aussie gay and bisexual men

Added 26 Mar 2015 -
Despite the rise in dating apps being associated with one time sexual encounters or ‘hooking up’, recent research from the Kirby Institute at UNSW Australia has found that more gay and bisexual men are meeting...
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