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ASHM HIV & AIDS + Sexual Health Conferences 2022
SiREN attended the 2022 ASHM HIV & AIDS + Sexual Health Conferences. The team had several publications and posters presented, which are listed below:
- Findings from the first national Migrant Blood-borne Virus and Sexual Health Survey. Vujcich, D., Reid, A., Brown, G., Mao, L., Guy, R., Hartley, L., Mullens, A., Durham, J., Lobo, R. & Roberts, M.
- Australian parents support school-based relationships and sexuality education: Findings from the first national survey. Hendriks, J., Marson, K., Walsh, J., Lawton, T., Saltis, H. & Burns, S.
- Invited speaker presentation at Cross Track Session: Mobility, Migration and HIV in Australia: What data do we still need (and why)? Crawford, C. & Lobo, R.
Hanna Saltis, Curtin University (A multi-country analysis of the I-SHARE Study's implementation and recruitment methods during COVID-19 lockdown measures)
Jacqui Hendriks, Curtin University (Preparation of the Pre-Service Teacher to Deliver Relationships and Sexuality Education: Lessons from Curtin University, Australia)
Roisin Glasgow-Collins, Curtin University the predictors of sexually transmissible infection (STI) and blood-borne virus (BBV) testing in Western Australian young people. Awarded the Best Early Career Researcher Award (Poster).