Vol. 11 No. 3: Respect and resilience
Shaping the response to HIV and STIs among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
Editorial - Guest editors James Ward and Michael Costello
Throughout this edition of HIV Australia we feature a selection of artworks by internationally-renowned artist Arone Meeks. Read more ...
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this magazine may contain images or names of people who have passed away.
The Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO) acknowledges the traditional owners of the lands we operate on across Australia. AFAO pays tribute to Indigenous Elders past and present – particularly to the Elders who have assisted in producing this edition of HIV Australia.
We also pay tribute to community members who have so generously participated in the research described in this magazine.
Browse articles below or download PDF.
What’s happening for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in relation to health service access, risk behaviours and knowledge of sexually transmissible infections and blood borne viruses: findings from the GOANNA study by James Ward, Joanne Bryant, Heather Worth, John Kaldor, Dea Delaney-Thiele, Marian Pitts, Dy Kelaart, Elizabeth Moore, Sallie Cairnduff, Sidney Williams, Peter Waples-Crowe, Kat Byron, Andrew Bamblett, Sarah Betts and Tony Coburn on behalf of the GOANNA study team
More work is required to reduce sexually transmissible infections in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities by James Ward, Andrew Nakhla, Melanie Middleton, Ann McDonald and Rebecca Guy
STRIVE: making a difference for sexual health in remote Aboriginal communities by John Kaldor, James Ward, Rebecca Guy and Alice Rumbold on behalf of the STRIVE team
Living positively: Neville’s story by Neville Fazulla
The Anwernekenhe journey by Michael Costello
Us mob: gar’ban’djee’lum network by Dion Tatow
Ngalawi Djardi ‘Sit & Yarn’: ACON Health Retreat for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People Living with HIV ACON reports on its successful retreat program
Celebrating strength: the role of resilience in responding to blood borne viruses and sexually transmitted infections among Indigenous communities by Maurice Shipp, Edward Wilkes, John Kaldor and Dennis Gray
Live deadly stronger and longer: Ask for a Test by the Northern Territory AIDS and Hepatitis Council
HIV risk practices among Indigenous Australian and Anglo-Australian gay and bisexual men by Toby Lea and Martin Holt
Findings from the Queensland Injecting Drug Survey (QuIDS): comparing hepatitis C risk behaviours among Indigenous and non-Indigenous people who inject drugs by Abhilash Dev, Robert Kemp, James Ward, Suzanna Henderson, Sidney Williams, Andrew Smirnov, Maria Plotnikova and Jake M Najman
Stigma and discrimination won’t bring us down! by the Scarlet Alliance Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Inclusion Working Party
Think About the Choices You Make: creating a culturally appropriate sexual health promotion DVD for young Aboriginal people by Laura Jenkins, Marnie Britton, Kate Green, Christine Edwards, Graham Smith, Karen Nairn and Karen Gillham
Mind The Gap: addressing HIV and STIs among young people in rural and regional areas by Ann-Marie Roberts
What is the role of HIV and STI point-of-care tests in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities? by James Ward, Lisa Natoli, Louise Causer, John Kaldor and Rebecca Guy on behalf of the TTANGO Investigator TeamTreatment as prevention: what’s required to make this a relevant strategy in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities? by James Ward
Regional Feature: Nothing about us without us! HIV and Indigenous peoples by Marama Pala (Ngatiawa Iwi)
Book review: Condoman and Lubelicious Reviewed by Neville Fazulla
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