QUEENSLAND Positive People (QPP) is rolling out its new Life+ peer navigation program funded by Queensland Health over the next few months. QPP president Mark Counter told …
The court case has highlighted the complexities of HIV transmission and that it is not always a legal issue.
NTAHC, the first regional AIDS council in Australia, continues to be the only not for profit organisation providing services and information for people living with or affected by blood borne viruses such as HIV, AIDS and hepatitis C.
As an openly gay man, Phil Walcott is at home in Alice Springs’ traditionally conservative Braitling electorate for the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly, for which he is standing as an independent candidate in the upcoming territory elections.
While the rest of Australia excelled during the early response to the HIV and AIDS epidemic in the 1980s, one state government dragged its LGBTI citizens down during their greatest hour of need. David Alexander speaks to three key figures involved in the fight against homophobia and discrimination during the time of the Joh Bjelke-Petersen government.
Following Victoria and NSW’s recent PrEP trial expansions, Queensland’s Health Minister is not ruling out a similar increase but is facing a call to act soon by the state’s AIDS council.
Representatives from across the LGBTI community agree that the first LGBTI roundtable with a Queensland government in five years was a productive start to a reinvigorated relationship.
3700 people in NSW being eligible to receive PrEP by early 2016 will not only reduce new HIV transmissions but should also pressure the rest of Australia to follow suit.