The results of the Opposites Attract study were presented at the International AIDS Society Conference in Paris.
Over 99 per cent of men living with HIV in the survey reported being on treatment, and over 97 per cent of those men on treatment have an undetectable viral load.
The study also suggests that male teachers are less comfortable working with trans kids compared to female teachers.
The majority of new cases were among men, with gay sex the most common mode of transmission identified.
The national summit will be proudly co-presented by ACON and the Victorian AIDS Council (VAC).
“Rates of syphilis among men who have sex with men have been rising and are now at the highest levels in decades in several regions”
The new tool will be brief and easy to use, specially tailored to the issues facing people with HIV.