HIV Australia 2013
Summary of articles published in 2013.
HIV AUSTRALIA Vol. 11 No. 1
HIV and young people
This edition of HIV Australia examines HIV and other sexually transmissible infections (STIs) among young people in Australia.
Authors discuss latest statistics, research, and health promotion initiatives focusing on people under 30, emphasising the importance of peer-lead approaches and communication strategies that directly involve young people speaking for themselves about HIV and sexual health.
HIV AUSTRALIA Vol. 11 No. 2
Managing co-existing health conditions
This edition of HIV Australia examines health conditions that can sometimes occur alongside HIV. Articles discuss prevention and treatment, emerging research, and outline ways that HIV-positive people can minimise risk factors and proactively manage co-existing health conditions.
HIV AUSTRALIA Vol. 11 No. 3
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this edition of HIV Australia contains images, voices or names of people who have passed away.
Respect and resilience:
Throughout this edition of HIV Australia we feature a selection of artworks by internationally-renowned artist Arone Meeks.
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.
HIV AUSTRALIA Vol. 11 No. 4
ICAAP 11 special edition
This edition brings together some of the key issues and discussions around current and future responses to HIV, health and human rights for men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender people in our region.
Content in this edition has been developed in collaboration with APCOM (Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health).