Conference publications

International Conferences

Dowsett, G., Duncan, D., Plooy, D. D., Waling, A., & Prestage, G. (2017). Gay men, sexuality and mental health after prostate cancer. 23rd Congress of the World Association for Sexual Health. World Association for Sexual Health. Prague, Czech Republic, 29 May.

Roffee, J., & Waling, A. (2017). Sexual and intimate partner violence among LGBTIQ youth at university. Panel presentation at British Society of Criminology: Forging Social Justice, local challenges, global complexities. Sheffield Hallam University. Sheffield, United Kingdom, 6 July.

Waling, A., & Pym, T. (2017). The elusive dick pick: Exploring the cultural framing of men's motivations for sending unsolicited sexually explicit material to women. Panel presentation at 2017 Annual American Men's Studies Association (AMSA) Conference: Honoring Our History, Imagining Our Future. University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, 1 April.

Waling, A., & Marino, N. (2017). Men's bodies exposed: Sociological, cultural, and rhetorical inquires into masculine embodiment. Conference panel at The American Men's Studies Association. University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, United States, 1 April.

Waling, A. (2017). "They thought I was like a dumb-ass bogan": Australian bogans as the undesirable masculine other. Panel presentation at 2017 Annual American Men's Studies Association (AMSA) Conference: Honoring Our History, Imagining Our Future. University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, 31 March.

Barrett, C., Bolen, J., Crameri, P., & Day, B. (2016). Older LGBTI people's rights: Then and now. Symposium at International Federation on Ageing. Brisbane, 22 June.

Brennan-Ing, M., Porter, K., Seeley, J., MacPhail, C., Kuteesa, M., Geddes, L., Minichiello, V., Karpiak, S. E., Venter, F., & Negin, J. (2016). Differences in social support resources among older adults with HIV in South Africa and Uganda: Findings from the Research on Older Adults with HIV (ROAH) Africa project. Poster at AIDS 2016. South Africa, 18-22 July.

Brown, G. (2016). W3 project and quality improvement. Quality Action Conference. Berlin, 26-27 January.

Clark, S., Leonard, W., & Kennedy, P. (2016). A framework for improving the health and wellbeing of LGBTI communities. Invited refereed conference paper at The International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) 33rd International Conference, Tokyo International Forum. International Society for Quality in Health Care. Tokyo, Japan, 17 October.

Coombe, J., Harris, M., Wigginton, B., & Lucke, J. C. (2016). What do we know about contraceptive use, pregnancy intention and decisions of young Australian women? Findings from the CUPID study. Poster at 14th European Society of Contraception Congress / 2nd Global European Society of Contraception Conference. Basel, Switzerland, 4-7 May.

Crameri, P., & Lambourne, S. (2016). Still gay - evidence based research on the experiences and needs of LGBT people living with dementia. Refereed conference paper at International Dementia Conference Grand Designs - Are we there yet? Hammond Care. Sydney, 17 June.

Crameri, P., & Lambourne, S. (2016). Still gay...understanding the experiences and needs of LGBT people living with dementia. Refereed conference paper at 19th Asia Pacific Regioinal Conference of Alzheimer's Disease International - Dementia Today: Diverse communities, collective action. Alzheimer's New Zealand. Wellington, New Zealand, 5 November.

Dowsett, G. W. (2016). Conversations in future spaces. Invited panel presentation at 14th Psychosocial Oncology New Zealand Conference. Psychosocial Oncology New Zealand. Wellington, New Zealand, 26 November.

Dowsett, G. W. (2016). Gay men and their experiences of prostate cancer diagnosis, treatment, care and support: Issues in need of new approaches. Invited keynote plenary address at 14th Psychosocial Oncology New Zealand Conference. Psychosocial Oncology New Zealand. Wellington, New Zealand, 26 November.

Dowsett, G. W. (2016). Performing gender and sexuality: Key issues in society and health in contemporary Australasia. Invited opening address at 14th Psychosocial Oncology New Zealand Conference. Psychosocial Oncology New Zealand. Wellington, New Zealand, 24 November.

Horsley, P. (2016). LGBTIQ - An intersectional approach. Invited panel presentation at Prevalent and preventable - An international conference on practice and policy in the prevention of violence against women and their children. AWAVA/Our Watch. Adelaide, 19-22 November.

MacPhail, C., Brennan-Ing, M., Porter, K., Minichiello, V., Karpiak, S., Negin, J., & Venter, F. (2016). Experience of intimate partner violence among older women with HIV. Poster at AIDS 2016. South Africa, 18-22 July.

Power, J., Lyons, A., Brown, G., Dowsett, G. W., & Lucke, J. C. (2016). HIV cure research: A survey of Australian people living with HIV on perspectives, perceived benefits and willingness to participate in trials. Poster discussion session at AIDS 2016. Durban, South Africa, 16-22 July.

Power, J., Lyons, A., Brown, G., Dowsett, G. W., & Lucke, J. C. (2016). Use and non-use of antiretroviral treatment among people living with HIV in Australia between 1997 and 2015. Poster at AIDS 2016. Durban, South Africa, 16-22 July.

Richmond, J., Sheppard-Law, S., Mason, S., & Warner, S. W. (2016). Introducing the Australasian Hepatology Association's consensus guidelines for the provision of adherence support to people with hepatitis C taking direct acting antivirals. Refereed poster presentation at American Association for the Study of Liver Disease. Boston, United States of America, 14 November.

Roffee, J., & Waling, A. (2016). Research design, participant safety and eligibility: Resolving ethical and methodological challenges when researching with minority populations. Presentation to panel 'Methodological Issues in Queer Community Research' at 2016 British Society of Criminology: Inequalities in a diverse world. Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 7 July.

Roffee, J., & Waling, A. (2016). Rethinking microaggressions and anti-social behaviour against LGBTIQ youth. Panel presentation at 2016 British Society of Criminology: Inequalities in a diverse world. Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 7 July.

Thorpe, R. (2016). From the Swinging Sixties to their 60s: Considering the role of the past in the subjective experience of sexuality in old age. International Sociological Association Forum of Sociology. Vienna, Austria, 10-14 July.

Waling, A. (2016). Blokesworld: Consumerism, reflexive nostalgia, and the selling of an 'authentic', Australian self. Panel presentation at 24th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference of the American Men's Studies Association (AMSA): (Un)Masking Masculinities: Constructing and Deconstructing Representations of Masculinities. American Men's Studies Association. Ann Arbour, Michigan, 1 April.

Wallace, J., Pitts, M. K., Liu, C., Lin, V., Wei, L., Hajarizadeh, B., Richmond, J., & Locarnini, S. (2016). Multiple failures: Addressing the barriers to hepatitis B treatment in China. Poster presentation at 25th Conference of the Asian Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver. APASL. Tokyo, Japan, 20 February.

Brown, G., Lobo, R., & Crawford, G. (2015). HIV and mobility in Australia: A roadmap for action. Oral paper at International Conference on Migration Social Disadvantage and Health. Melbourne, 11-13 February.

Dowsett, G. W., Session Chairperson (2015). IASSCS Research Grants Program Fellows: Queer Identity and Sexual Diversity. Roundtable at X International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society Biennial Conference. International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Dublin, Ireland, 18 June.

Dowsett, G. W. (2015). Sexual at the Crossroads: A Conversation with IASSCS. Invited panel presentation at X International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society Biennial Conference. International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Dublin, Ireland, 19 June.

Fileborn, B. (2015). Putting the sexual assault of older women on the 'justice map'. Crime, Justice and Social Democracy: 3rd International Conference. Brisbane, 9-10 July.

Hajarizadeh, B., Grebely, J., McManus, H., Estes, C., Razavi, H., Gray, R. T., Alavi, M., Amin, J., McGregor, S., Sievert, W., Thompson, A., & Dore, G. J. (2015). Chronic hepatitis C burden and treatment uptake in Australia: Updated figures at the beginning of a new era. Poster presentation at HEP DART. Wailea, Hawaii, 6-10 December.

Hajarizadeh, B., Razavi-Shearer, D., Merat, S., Alavian, S. M., Malekzadeh, R., & Razavi, H. (2015). Estimating the burden of hepatitis C virus infection in Iran: How the enhanced antiviral treatment can prevent the rising burden. Invited panel presentation at The 6th International Tehran Hepatitis Conference. Tehran, Iran, 27-29 December.

Leonard, W. (2015). Equeerty in Education: LGBTI inclusive practice. Invited keynote presenation at Equity Practitioners in Higher Education Australasia Conference. Deakin University. Geelong, 9-12 November.

Lyons, A., & Rozbroj, T. (2015). Evaluating the applicability of mood disorder e-therapy programs for use by lesbians and gay men: A review of 24 e-therapy programs. Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association Conference. Gold Coast, 13 August.

McNair, R., & Leonard, W. (2015). Tips for sensitive practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people regarding substance use. International Medicine in Addictions Conference. Melbourne, 20-22 March.

Richmond, J. (2015). Reviewing the educational needs of liver nurses. Invited conference presentation at European Association for the Study of the Liver 50th International Liver Congress. European Association for the Study. Vienna, Austria, 22 April.

Russell, J. (2015). Social support depends on the patterns of HIV disclosure amongst individuals in the personal networks of women living with HIV in Australia. Refereed conference paper at SunBelt XXX V International Sunbelt Social Networking Conference. International Network for Social Network Analysis; University of Greenwich; University of Manchester. Brighton, United Kingdom, June.

Wallace, J. (2015). Challenges in viral hepatitis: Community perspectives. Invited keynote symposium presentation at 4th Asian Conference on Hepatitis & AIDS. Virology Education (the Netherlands), Chinese Society of Hepatology and Society of Infectious Diseases. Xi'an, China, 23 May.

Wallace, J., Pitts, M. K., Locarnini, S., Ellard, J., Carman, M., & Chen, D.-S. (2015). Controlling viral hepatitis: Public policy lessons from Taiwan. Poster at Viral Hepatitis Summit 2015. The Lancet. Shanghai, China, 10 April.

Wallace, J., Pitts, M. K., Liu, C., Lin, V., Wei, L., Hajarizadeh, B., Richmond, J., & Locarnini, S. (2015). Viral hepatitis control in China: A systematic identification of the barriers to clinical treatment. Refereed conference paper at 24th Conference of the Asian Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver (APASL). Istanbul, Turkey, 12 March.

Westle, A. (2015). When men dance: Contesting normative sexualities through movement. IASSCS. Dublin, Ireland, June.

Barrett, C. (2014). Learning from older LGBTI people's stories. Human Rights Conference at the 3rd Asia Pacific OutGames. Darwin, May.

Bavinton, B., Holt, M., Zablotska, I., Murphy, D., Brown, G., Grulich, A., Bradley, J., Guy, R., & Prestage, G. (2014). Attitudes to treatment as prevention among non HIV-positive Australian gay men. Poster Exhibition at 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014). Melbourne, July.

Bavinton, B. R., Grulich, A., Keen, P., Zablotska, I., Murphy, D., Brown, G., Holt, M., Jamil, M., Bradley, J., Guy, R., & Prestage, G. (2014). Motivations for and implications of using home HIV tests among Australian gay men. Poster Exhibition at 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014). Melbourne, July.

Brown, G., Crawford, G., Lobo, R., & Langdon, T. (2014). HIV and mobility in Australia - Road map for action, HIV and mobile populations seminar. Western Australian Department of Health and Sexual Health and Blood-Borne Virus Applied Research and Evaluation Network Satellite at 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014). Curtin University. Perth, 29 July.

Brown, G., Shiell, A., Wentzlaff-Eggebert, M., Adam, B., Hecht, J., James, C., Batrouney, C., & Uulate, V. (2014). Understanding what works and why: New developments in demonstrating the role and impact of community interventions within combination prevention. Presentation and Panel Discussion at Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS) Satellite at 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014). Melbourne, 24 July.

Daroya, E. (2014). 'Not a get-out-of-jail-free card': The role of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) in online discussions of bareback sex by men who have sex with men (MSM). Poster presentation at 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014). Melbourne, July.

Dowsett, G. W. (2014). Invited discussion participation at Action on Social Drivers to End AIDS and Extreme Poverty - A high-level meeting to advance a common agenda on HIV/AIDS and the global health and development agendas. UNAIDS and the World Bank. Washington DC, USA, 9-10 January.

Dowsett, G. W. (2014). Sexual changes following prostate cancer experienced by gay men - a mixed method analysis. International Academy of Sex Research. 40th Annual Meeting. Dubrovnik, Croatia, 25-28 June.

Dyson, S. (2014). From community activism to government policy: The role of women's leadership. Refereed conference paper at Fifth annual women's leadership and empowerment conference. Tomorrow People. Bangkok, Thailand, 28 February.

Dyson, S. (2014). "I remember it all being fairly awkward": Parents' experiences and concerns about sexuality education. Invited refereed conference paper at Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Australasian Sexual Health Alliance. Sydney, 19-20 October.

Dyson, S. (2014). Preventing violence against women: Critical reflections on policy and practice. Engaging men and boys in preventing violence against women: Research and practice workshop. University of Western Sydney. Sydney, 20 November.

Dyson, S. (2014). Promoting social and attitudinal change in schools - the importance of leadership support. Invited refereed conference paper at Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Australasian Sexual Health Alliance. Sydney, 19-20 October.

Fileborn, B. (2014). Discourses on older women's bodies: Shaping bodies, shaping lives?British Sociological Association Ageing, Body and Society Study Group 6th Annual Conference. British Sociological Association. London, England, 28 November.

Fletcher, G., Peersman, G., & Guijt, I. (2014). It's the principle of the thing: How do we ensure that evaluation contributes to closing gaps between international development rhetoric and practice?Roundtable at Unleashing the Power of Evaluation. The Australasian Evaluation Association. Darwin, 10-12 September.

Hajarizadeh, B. (presenting author), Grady, B., Page, K., Kim, A. Y., McGovern, B. H., Cox, A. L., Rice, T. M., Sacks-Davis, R., Bruneau, J., Morris, M., Amin, J., Schinkel, J., Applegate, T., Maher, L., Hellard, M., Lloyd, A. R., Prins, M., Geskus, R. B., Dore, G. J., & Grebely, J. (2014). Factors associated with hepatitis C virus RNA levels in early acute and early chronic infection: The InC3 study. Poster presentation at The Liver Meeting®, The 65th annual meeting of American association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD). Boston, USA, 7-11 November.

Hajarizadeh, B. (presenting author), Grady, B., Page, K., Kim, A. Y., McGovern, B. H., Cox, A. L., Rice, T. M., Sacks-Davis, R., Bruneau, J., Morris, M., Amin, J., Schinkel, J., Applegate, T., Maher, L., Hellard, M., Lloyd, A. R., Prins, M., Dore, G. J., & Grebely, J. (2014). Patterns of hepatitis C virus RNA levels during acute infection: The InC3 study. Poster presentation at The Liver Meeting®, The 65th annual meeting of American association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD). Boston, USA, 7-11 November.

Heywood, W., Blizzard, L., Patrick, K., & Pitts, M. K. (2014). Is early first sexual intercourse a precursor to HIV risk behaviour?Poster presentation at 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014). Melbourne, 21 July.

Johnston, K., Reeders, D., Brown, G., Carman, M., & Hendry, N. (2014). What works and why (W3): Applying a systems thinking approach to evaluation and quality improvement for peer based community HIV programs. Oral poster at 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014). Melbourne, July.

Jones, T. W. (2014). Canon law on child sexual abuse. Refereed conference paper at International Conference on Gender and the Law. University of Izmir. Izmir, Turkey, 4-7 June.

Jones, T. W. (2014). 'Crimen Pessimum', or 'the worst crime': Child sexual abuse in canon law, 1917-1983. Refereed conference paper at Transnational Responses to Child Sexual Abuse since 1880. Cardiff University. Cardiff, Wales, 12 April.

Jones, T. W. (2014). Historical influences on institutional child sexual abuse. Government roundtable presentation at Expert Workshop. Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Sydney, 17 October.

Jones, T. W. (2014). Sexual violence and canon law in the Australian Roman Catholic Church: 'Crimen Solicitationis' as conspiracy or neglect?Refereed conference paper at Australian Historical Association Annual Conference. University of Queensland. Brisbane, 7-11 July.

Jones, T. W. (2014). Towards a postsecular history of sexuality. Refereed conference paper at New Directions: Gender, Sex and Sexuality in 20th Century. University College London. London, 8 April.

Latham, J. R. (2014). How to have trans sex: Narrativising sexuality, materialising maleness. Refereed presentation, nominated for prize 'Best paper by a graduate student', at Sexuality Studies Association. Brock University. St Catharines, Canada, 30 May.

Leonard, W. (2014). Introducing GLHV and the Rainbow Tick. Invited presentation at The Future of LGBT Ageing: Rethinking Research Directions. Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing (MICRA), University of Manchester, United Kingdom, 22 October.

Leonard, W. (2014). Rainbow Ticking: The importance of partnerships in developing LGBTI-inclusive health and community services. Invited symposium presentation at ASHM Leadership and Mentoring Program, AIDS 2014. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, 11 July.

Leonard, W. (2014). Reporting on the support needs of LGBT young people from refugee and newly arrived backgrounds. School of Primary Health Care, Monash University. Melbourne, 19 May.

Leonard, W. (2014). What a difference a gay makes: Rethinking gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) aging and the provision of inclusive aged care services. Aging and Society Conference. The Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester, United Kingdom, 7 November.

Powell, S., Braybrook, N., Bryen, D., Burgess, C., Collins, D., Krishnasamy, E., Leitinger, D., Wright, J., Pedrana, A., & Brown, G. (2014). PRONTO! Expanding the peer experience - strengthening HIV communities from the inside out. Poster Exhibition at 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014). Melbourne, July.

Power, L., Fowler, N., Brown, G., Hyde, J., & Muchamore, I. (2014). Australian HIV policy - where to next? Presentation and Panel Discussion at Deakin University Policy Satellite at 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014). Melbourne, 18 July.

Richmond, J. (2014). Australia's response to hepatitis B. Invited keynote address at Annual New Zealand Viral Hepatitis Nurse Conference. New Zealand Hepatitis Foundation. Auckland, New Zealand, 31 October.

Richmond, J. (2014). Understanding how people with hepatitis B respond - Overview of the ARCSHS hepatitis B research. Invited refereed conference paper at Annual New Zealand Viral Hepatitis Nurse Conference. New Zealand Hepatitis Foundation. Auckland, New Zealand, 31 October.

Russell, J. (2014). Difference matters in the personal networks of women living with HIV in Australia. Poster presentation at 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014). Melbourne, 21 July.

Tavener, M., Tooth, L., McKenzie, L., & Lucke, J. C. (2014). Can we recognize women's experiences of care-giving as a community of practice?Refereed conference paper at Health, Security and Community, 12th Global Conference on Ageing. Hyderabad, India, 10 June.

Thorpe, R. (2014). Australian women negotiating appearance in older age. Refereed conference paper at XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology. International Sociological Association. Yokohama, Japan, 19 July.

Thorpe, R., Fileborn, B., Hawkes, G., & Minichiello, V. (2014). Re-writing the script? Australian women negotiating sexuality, relationships and appearance in later life. Colloquium at Aging and Society Fourth Interdisciplinary Conference. University of Manchester. Manchester, England, 7-8 November.

Turner, L., Radcliffe, J., & Birkinshaw, Z. (2014). Improving the mental health and wellbeing of LGBTI young people - What's inclusive practice got to do with it?Invited panel presentation at MindOUT LGBTI Mental Health Conference. National LGBTI Health Alliance. Sydney, 26 June.

Wallace, J., Locarnini, S., & Pitts, M. K. (2014). Building systematic public policy responses to viral hepatitis: Taiwan, a case study. Poster at Asia Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver (APASL) 2014. APASL. Brisbane, March.

Wallace, J. (2014). A social perspective for the development of national hepatitis action plans. Invited symposium presentation at Viral Hepatitis Action Plans: Blueprint for a Partnership Response. Coalition to Eradicate Viral Hepatitis in Asia Pacific, and Asia Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver. Brisbane, 14 March.

Wentzlaff-Eggebert, M., Brown, G., & Noestlinger, C. (2014). Quality action: Improving quality in HIV prevention. Invited Scientific Development Workshop at 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014). Melbourne, 23 July.

Westle, A. (2014). "It's not about being masculine," the male dancers body- navigating professional expectations vs. social expectations. Refereed conference paper at Restoring balance, ecology/sustainability/performance. The Australasian Association for Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies. Wellington, New Zealand, 28 June.

Barrett, C. (2013). Sexual health and ageing. Sex and the Marketplace: What's love got to do with it?: IX Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Buenos Aires, Argentina, August.

Dowsett, G. W. (2013). Advancing sexuality studies: A personal reflection on the past, present and future. Panel presentation at session IASSCS Advancing Sexuality Studies Course: Issues of expertise, knowledge and pedagogy at Sex and the Marketplace. What's love got to do with it?: IX Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 30 August.

Dowsett, G. W. (2013). Framing identity in the context of sexual and reproductive health and rights. Invited panel presentation at Women Deliver: The Third Global Conference. Women Deliver. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 29 May.

Dowsett, G. W. (2013). HIV prevention: Hyperbole, culture and practice. Refereed conference paper at 'Knowing Practices': 2nd International Conference for the Social Sciences and Humanities in HIV. Association for the Social Sciences and Humanities in HIV. Paris, France, 8 July.

Dowsett, G. W. (2013). Latest information of MSM and transgender people in Asia and the Pacific: What's new? What's happening in the region. Invited chair of session at Satellite Symposium 'Foreplay': The Final Push towards the Three Zeros, at 11th International Conference in AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Asia-Pacific Coalition for Male Sexual Health. Bangkok, Thailand, 17 November.

Dowsett, G. W. (2013). Leadership and social research. Invited presentation at Satellite session 07: Inaugural Shivananda Khan Memorial Lecture Series at 11th International Conference on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. AIDS Society for Asia and the Pacific. Bangkok, Thailand, 18-22 November.

Dowsett, G. W. (2013). The price of pulchritude, the cost of concupiscence: How to have sex in late modernity. Invited keynote address at Sex and the Marketplace: What's love got to do with it?: IX Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 29 August.

Dowsett, G. W. (2013). Rethinking HIV in the future of gay men. Invited keynote address by videolink at Beyond Behaviours: Uncovering the social production of HIV epidemics among gay men. Community-Based Research Centre, in collaboration with Universities without Walls. Vancouver, Canada, 16 April.

Dowsett, G. W. (2013). Rethinking prevention strategies beyond biomedical prevention. E-poster at 11th International Conference on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. AIDS Society of Asia and the Pacific. Bangkok, Thailand, 18-22 November.

Dowsett, G. W. (2013). Sexual health, human rights and the law. Invited panel presentation at Women Deliver: The Third Global Conference. Women Deliver. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 29 May.

Dyson, S. (2013). Game Changers: Sport as a site for changing community attitudes. The Australian Sociological Association - TASA Conference 2013. Monash University. Melbourne, 25-28 November.

Dyson, S. (2013). Promoting change in sports clubs to prevent gender based violence: Reflections on approaches and potentials. Refereed conference paper at Australian & New Zealand Association For Leisure Studies. Monash University. Melbourne, 4-6 December.

Fletcher, G. (2013). "Empowering" sex workers to be docile, unloving and desireless bodies: How HIV prevention ignores the bulk of female sex workers' lives, and how sex workers recognize, resist and reinterpret their roles. Refereed conference paper as part of invited participation in chaired panel titled Women's vulnerability, romantic love and HIV at What's love got to do with it? International Association for Sexuality, Culture and Society. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 28-31 August.

Fletcher, G. (2013). Expertise, knowledge, power, and pedagogy: Key issues arising from evaluation of the Advancing Sexuality Studies short course. Chair of session "IASSCS' Advancing Sexuality Studies short course: Issues of expertise, knowledge, and pedagogy" at Sex and the Marketplace: What's love got to do with it? International Association for Sexuality, Culture and Society. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 28-31 August.

Fletcher, G. (2013). Not mutually inclusive? Issues of sport and sexuality. Refereed conference paper at Understanding leisure in a complex world: Promoting a Critical Leisure Studies. Australian and New Zealand Association for Leisure Studies Conference. Monash University, Melbourne, 6 December.

Horsley, P. (2013). HREC administrators: The invisible link. Refereed conference paper at Australasian Ethics Network Conference. University of Notre Dame. Fremantle, 27-29 November.

Jones, T. W. (2013). A Queer Conversion: Becoming 'ex-gay' in Australia. Refereed conference paper at Australian Homosexual Histories Conference. University of Melbourne. Melbourne, 15-16 November.

Latham, J. R. (2013). Queering plastic surgery: Ftm sex at the edge of technology. Refereed conference paper at Sexuality Studies Association at Congress 2013. University of Victoria. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 1 June.

Leonard, W. (2013). At the intersections of sexuality and gender: Exploring increased risk of depression and anxiety among bisexual women in Australia. Refereed conference paper at 7th Australian Women's Health Conference - Gender Matters: Determining Women's Health. Australian Women's Health Network. Sydney, 9 May.

Locarnini, S., & Wallace, J. (2013). APASL and CEVHAP partnership: A hepatitis-free world. Invited keynote presentation at 3rd Asia Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver, Hepatocellular Carcinoma Conference. Hepatology Society of the Philippines. Cebu, Philippines, 23 November.

Meenagh, J. (2013). "The best way to get over someone is to get under someone else": Hooking up as a post breakup care of the self strategy. Sex and the Marketplace: What's Love Got to Do With It? International Association for Sexuality, Culture and Society. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 30 August.

Meenagh, J. (2013). Mediated jealousy and care of the self: Young people's negotiation of love/sex relationships within new media environments. Refereed conference paper at Sex and the Marketplace: What's Love Got to Do With It? International Association for Sexuality, Culture and Society. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 30 August.

Muchoki, S. (2013). Using intimate citizenship to understand the experience of Horn of Africa men with refugee backgrounds. International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 28 August.

Richmond, J., Wheeler, E. K., Doyle, L., Jones, T. L., Mason, S., Warner, S., & Woolley, N. (2013). A partnership to support nurses in Australia caring for people affected by viral hepatitis: The ASHM/AHA collaboration. Refereed conference paper at International Council of Nursing 25th Quadrennial Congress: Equity and Access to Health Care. Melbourne, 20 May.

Richmond, J., Wheeler, E. K., Mason, S., & Warner, S. (2013). Use of the Delphi technique to develop the AHA consensus-based guidelines for the nursing care of patients with liver disease. Poster talk at International Council of Nursing 25th Quadrennial Congress: Equity and Access to Health Care. Melbourne, 19 May.

Smith, E. (2013). Resistance and ethical self-creation in sex work: A legal perspective. Refereed conference paper at INSEP: Value(s) of sexual diversity(s). Ghent University. Ghent/Gent, Belgium, 15 October.

Wallace, J., Hajarizadeh, B., & Richmond, J. (2013). Exploring the role of general practitioners in managing patients with chronic hepatitis B. Poster at Asia Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver (APASL) Liver Week. Asia Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver. Singapore, 6 June.

Wallace, J., Gore, C., & Goldberg, D. (2013). The future of hepatitis C. Invited panel presentation at The Silent Pandemic: Tackling Hepatitis C with Policy Innovation. Economist Intelligence Unit. London, United Kingdom, 15 January.

Walsh, J. (2013). The role of parents. Invited panel presentation at Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Australasian Sexual Health Alliance. Darwin, 23 October.

Zablotska, I., Yang, M., McKechnie, M., Prestage, G., Brown, G., Maycock, B., Fairley, C., & de Wit, J. (2013). Should we make HIV testing more convenient for gay men? Poster presentation at International AIDS Society Conference. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 30 June. http://pag.ias2013.org/Abstracts.aspx?AID=823.

Banik, B. (2012). The paradox of legislation: Rural young men and sexual health: A challenging area for advocacy and health education in Australia. Poster presentation at 13th International Union on Sexually Transmitted Infections (IUSTI) World Congress. Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, October.

Banik, B. (2012). Rural young men's access to sexual health services: Hegemonic masculinity not to be blamed. Poster presentation at 13th International Union on Sexually Transmitted Infections (IUSTI) World Congress. Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, October.

Brown, G., IQhiv Europe, & AIDS United USA (2012). Facilitation of three-hour workshop on quality and evidence in HIV prevention with 40 invited participants at XIX International AIDS Conference. Washington DC, July.

Corboz, J. (2012). Commercial sport and culture change: Lessons from Respect and Responsibility - A primary prevention of violence against women policy implemented in the Australian Football League. Sport: Probing the Boundaries. Inter-Disciplinary.net. Salzburg, Austria, 8 November.

Corboz, J. (2012). Promoting safe and inclusive environments for women in sport: Key lessons from the Australian Football League. Conference on Leveraging Potential: Social Inclusion at Work and Play. Monash University. Prato, Italy, 15 November.

D'Cruz, C., Connell, R., Creed, B., & Dowsett, G. W. (2012). Curated panel: Activism and academia. After Homosexual: The legacies of Gay Liberation. Victoria University, Melbourne, February.

Dowsett, G. W. (2012). Invited panel presentation in satellite session 'Everything you have ever wanted to know about pleasurable safer sex but were too afraid to ask' organised by the Pleasure Project (UK) at XIX International AIDS Conference. Washington DC, July.

Dowsett, G. W. (2012). Gel, jelly or jealous? Invited panel presentation in symposium: 'What's love got to do with it?', at 2012 International Microbicides Conference - From Discovery to Delivery. Sydney, 15-18 April.

Dowsett, G. W. (2012). Re-conceiving HIV prevention in an era of biomedical prevention: Gay men and 'safe(R) sex culture' 25 years on. XIX International AIDS Conference. Washington DC, 22-27 July.

Dyson, S. (2012). The Limits of Collaborative Evaluation? Refereed conference paper at Evaluation in a Changing World. Australian Evaluation Society Conference. Adelaide, 27-31 August.

El-murr, A. (2012). 'Women and men's lives are different', 'women experience more fear': The challenge of gender equality in the Women's Safety Strategy, Victoria (2002). Refereed conference paper at International Conference on Gender Equality and Law. Eastern Mediterranean University. Famagusta, Cyprus, 4 October.

Fletcher, G. (2012). Rapporteur for the Social and Political Science Pre-AIDS Conference Workshop run by the International AIDS Society at XIX International AIDS Conference. Washington DC, July.

Frawley, P., & O'Shea, A. (2012). Relationship education by people with an intellectual disability: An Australian peer educator model. Refereed conference paper at 14th World Congress. International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual disabilities. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 9-14 July.

Hajarizadeh, B. (2012). Barriers to responding to patients with chronic hepatitis B: The general practitioners perspective. Poster at Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. Auckland, September.

Hillier, L. (2012). 'I used to be flatline but now I know I have a future': Sexuality, homophobia and transformation in same sex attracted youth. European Association of Research into Adolescence (EARA). Spetses, Greece, 29 August.

Jones, T. W. (2012). Gay conversion therapy and the church: Towards a postsecular history of the 'Ex-gay'. Australian Women's and Genders Studies Association Biennial Conference. UNSW. Sydney, 23 November.

Jones, T. W. (2012). Moral welfare and gender politics: Social work in the Church of England, 1883-1961. Refereed conference paper at 1st International Gender and Religion Seminar. University of Newcastle. Newcastle, 14 December.

Latham, J. R. (2012). "Monstrous sex": Technology, popular culture and trans male sexuality. Sensualising Deformity: Communication and Construction of Monstrous Embodiment conference. University of Edinburgh. 15-16 June.

Latham, J. R. (2012). "My dick need no introduction / Your dick don't even function": Technology, "sex" and trans male culture. Cultural Studies Association "Culture Matters" conference. University of California. San Diego, 28-31 March.

Leonard, W. (2012). Altman on Halperin: Politics versus aesthetics in the constitution of the male homosexual. After Homosexual: The legacies of Gay Liberation. Victoria University, Melbourne, 3-4 February.

Leonard, W. (2012). Sex, reproduction and human rights: Developing a comprehensive and unified approach to sexual and reproductive health promotion. Refereed conference paper at First National Sexual and Reproductive Health Conference. Public Health Association of Australia. Melbourne, 21 November.

Lyons, A., Leonard, W., Barrett, A., Pitts, M. K., & Mitchell, A. (2012). Stigma, resilience, and the physical and mental health of gay and lesbian Australians. 26th European Health Psychology Society (EHPS) Conference. Prague, Czech Republic, 22 August.

Lyons, A., Pitts, M. K., & Grierson, J. (2012). Understanding the mental and physical health of older gay men: Sense of coherence as a critical protective factor. British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology Conference. Liverpool, England, 5 September.

McNally, S. (2012). Flawed decisions: Condoms, lubricant and HIV status among Indonesian MSM. Poster at XIX International AIDS Conference. Washington DC, 22-27 July.

Muchoki, S. M. (2012). [In Australia] what comes first are the women, then children, cats, dogs, followed by men: Exploring narratives of men from the Horn of Africa. 35th AFSAAP conference: "Africa: People, Places and Spaces". African Studies Association of Australasia and the Pacific. Burgmann College, Australian National University, Canberra, 26-28 November.

Pitts, M. K. (2012). HIV, STI and sexuality in later life. Australian Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2012 conference. The Alfred Centre, Melbourne, 2-3 August.

Richmond, J. A., Wheeler, E., Warner, S., & Mason, S. (2012). Development of the Australasian Hepatology Association (AHA) consensus-based guidelines for the nursing care of patients with liver disease. 63rd Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases. Boston, USA, 9-13 November.

Richmond, J. A. (2012). Findings of the General Practice and Hepatitis B report. Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. Auckland, September.

Wallace, J. (2012). Presentation to the 'Better health through better public policies' symposium at Asia Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver. Taipei, Taiwan, February.

Wallace, J. (2012). Developing partnerships: The policy development process and how we can influence it. Invited presentation to workshop at Viral Hepatitis Policy Forum and Workshop - North Asia. Taipei, Taiwan, 15-16 October.

Wallace, J. (2012). Findings of the Situational Analysis of Chronic Hepatitis B in Torres Strait report. Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. Auckland, September.

Wassersug, R. J. (2012). A comparison of the experiences of heterosexual versus non-heterosexual men treated for prostate cancer. Poster at Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research Conference. Hilton Montreal Bonaventure, Montreal, 29-31 October.

Wassersug, R. J., Lyons, A., Duncan, D., Dowsett, G. W., & Pitts, M. K. (2012). Prostate cancer in a non-heterosexual population: An international comparison of psychosocial experiences of heterosexual and non-heterosexual prostate cancer survivors. Refereed conference paper at 2012 Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology (CAPO) Conference: Shifting Paradigms: New Directions in Psychosocial Oncology. Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology & BC Cancer Agency, Patient & Family Counselling. Vancouver, BC, Canada, 26 April.

Barrett, C. (2011). Storyboarding: Using the arts to promote the sexual health and emotional wellbeing of older Australians. Invited refereed conference paper at International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Madrid, Spain, July.

Barrett, C. (2011). Val's Café: A resource for those providing services to older GLBTI Australians. Invited refereed presentation at The OutGames Human Rights Conference. Wellington, New Zealand, April.

de Lind van Wijngaarden, J. W. (2011). Invited speaker at a special symposium on building the social research agenda on HIV among men who have sex with men in the Asia-Pacific region, as part of a program of events organised by APCOM, the Asia-Pacific Consortium on Men and Sexual Health. Event sponsored by ARCSHS, Family Health International and the Dutch humanist foundation Hivos at X International Conference on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Busan, South Korea, 26-30 August.

Dhital, D. (2011). (Not) Talking about sex and the sex life of young people in Kathmandu. Published abstract at VIII Conference, International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Madrid, Spain, July. Culture Health and Society.

Dowsett, G. W. (2011). Chair, workshop on social research and HIV at the Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health Pre-Conference Satellite Meeting at X International Conference on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Busan, South Korea, 26-30 August.

Dowsett, G. W. (2011). Chair, parallel sessions: Masculinities and HIV, and Subjectivity and Identity at 'Locating the Social': The 1st international HIV Social Science and Humanities Conference. Durban, South Africa, 11-13 June.

Dowsett, G. W. (2011). Invited Discussant on Plenary Panel 'Past and Future, Theoretical Frameworks for Thinking Sexuality' at 'Naming and Framing: The Making of Sexual (In)Equality': VIII conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Madrid, Spain, 6-9 July.

Dowsett, G. W. (2011). Chair, panel on Advanced Critical Sexuality Studies: A Training Program at 'Naming and Framing: The Making of Sexual (In)Equality': VIII conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Madrid, Spain, 6-9 July.

Dowsett, G. W. (2011). Opening session on Sexuality and Politics, Faculty on the IASSCS Post-Conference Training Program on Sexuality at 'Naming and Framing: The Making of Sexual (In)Equality': VIII conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Madrid, Spain, 6-9 July.

Dowsett, G. W. (2011). Session on Masculinity and Sexuality, Faculty on the IASSCS Post-Conference Training Program on Sexuality at 'Naming and Framing: The Making of Sexual (In)Equality': VIII conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Madrid, Spain, 6-9 July.

Dowsett, G. W., & Boonmongkon, P. (2011). Co-Chairs of symposium panel discussion: 'Moving from Sheer Quantity to Queer Quality: Emerging HIV and Social Research Issues among MSM and transgender People', co-sponsored by the Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health and the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society at X International Conference on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Busan, South Korea, 26-30 August.

Dowsett, G. W. (2011). "Barely a nod": The absence of social scientific research underpinning the use of male circumcision for HIV prevention. Oral presentation in parallel session 15: HIV Policy and Governance at 'Locating the Social': The 1st international HIV Social Science and Humanities Conference. Durban, South Africa, 11-13 June.

Dowsett, G. W. (2011). Re-newing HIV prevention among gay men and the idea of sexual cultures. Oral paper to panel Ideas that Work: Innovation and HIV at X International Conference on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Busan, South Korea, 26-30 August.

Dowsett, G. W. (2011). Revisiting the notion of "Safe Sex Culture" 25 years on. Invited presentation to a special symposium on The Role of Culture at 23rd Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference. Canberra, 26-28 September.

Duncan, D., Smith, A. M. A., Prestage, G., & Grierson, J. (2011). Is monogamy an HIV and STI prevention strategy among Australian gay men?Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference. Canberra, 26-28 September.

Duncan, D., & Dowsett, G. W. (2011). 'Sexuality is a very fluid sort of concept': Australian men, sexual reflexivity and 'late' modernity. Refereed conference paper at Future Perspectives on Intervention, Policy and Research on Men and Masculinities. Quebec City, Canada, March.

Dyson, S. (2011). Breaking down silos: Knowledge production in prevention of violence against women research. Peer reviewed presentation at gendered violence conference. Bristol, England, November.

Gourlay, P., Hartung, B., & Fletcher, G. (2011). Fair go, sport! Promoting sexual and gender diversity. Oral presentation at 2nd AsiaPacific Outgames Human Rights Conference. Wellington, New Zealand, March.

Grierson, J. (2011). Building strategic research with MSM (LSL) communities in Indonesia. Invited symposium presentation at The 10th International Congress of AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Busan, South Korea, August.

Grierson, J. (2011). Gaps in HIV prevention, treatment, care and support for MSM in Indonesia and strategies to address them: Results of a rapid gap analysis. Poster at The 6th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention. Rome, Italy, July.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., & Koelmeyer, R. (2011). The impact of patient and doctor concerns on commencing and changing antiretroviral treatment. Refereed conference paper at 10th AIDS Impact Conference. Santa Fe, USA, September.

Grierson, J., Koelmeyer, R., Smith, A. M. A., & Pitts, M. K. (2011). Independent factors associated with difficulty taking antiretroviral medication in an Australian sample of people living with HIV. Poster at The 6th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention. Rome, Italy, July.

Grierson, J., & McNally, S. (2011). Sex and sociality in Thai gay saunas. Refereed conference paper at The 10th AIDS Impact Conference. Santa Fe, USA, September.

Hillier, L. (2011). The Writing Themselves in reports: Documenting the experiences of SSAGQ young people in Australia over 13 years. Invited refereed conference paper at Outgames Human Rights Conference. Wellington, New Zealand, March.

Jones, T., & Hillier, L. (2011). The sexuality education of Australian GLBTIQ youth: Messages, usefulness, recommendations. Symposium at Australasian Sexual Health Conference: 'Meeting the Needs of Specific Population Groups' for the Sex in the (capital) City. Canberra, 28-30 September.

Koelmeyer, R., Grierson, J., & Pitts, M. K. (2011). If it ain't broke, don't fix it: The impact of patient and doctor concerns on commencing and changing antiretroviral treatment. Refereed conference paper at The 23rd Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference. Canberra, September.

Leonard, W. (2011). Bedding sexual health promotion in human rights: Strengths and liabilities. Poster at Sex in the Capital City, 2011 Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Canberra, 28-30 September.

Leonard, W. (2011). Heterosexist harassment in Australia: The limits of comparative analyses of sexual rights in western and non-western jurisdictions. Poster (Received the award for best poster (IASSCS)) at VIII Conference, International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Madrid, Spain, 6-9 July.

Lyons, A., Grierson, J., Koelmeyer, R., Smith, A. M. A., & Pitts, M. K. (2011). Adherence and difficulties with antiretroviral medication in an Australian sample of people living with HIV. 19th ISSTDR Conference. Quebec City, Canada, July.

Lyons, A., Pitts, M. K., & Grierson, J. (2011). Ageing as a gay man: Health, HIV, and psychosocial wellbeing. 25th European Health Psychology Conference. Hersonnisos, Crete, Greece, September.

Lyons, A., Pitts, M. K., Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., McNally, S., & Couch, M. (2011). Sexual debut and sexual health: Is early age of first intercourse associated with heightened HIV vulnerability among gay men?19th ISSTDR Conference. Quebec City, Canada, July.

McNally, S., Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., & Smith, A. M. A. (2011). Assumptions, assessments and disclosure around HIV status for men who have sex with men (MSM) in Indonesia. Refereed conference paper at The 10th AIDS Impact Conference. Santa Fe, USA, September.

McNally, S., Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., & Smith, A. M. A. (2011). Bao cao su, kondom, sexual cultures, condoms and lubricant. Refereed conference paper at The 10th AIDS Impact Conference. Santa Fe, USA, September.

Mitchell, A., & Hillier, L. (2011). Using research to inform change: The Writing Themselves in reports and the Victorian experience. Invited refereed conference paper at Outgames Human Rights Conference. Wellington, New Zealand, March.

O'Shea, A. (2011). "I really really like the way that it is": Research design to support participation by people with intellectual disability. Poster at 11th research conference of the Nordic Network on Disability Research. Reykjavik, Iceland, May.

Pitts, M. K., Grierson, J., & Koelmeyer, R. (2011). If it ain't broke, don't fix it: The impact of patient and doctor concerns on commencing and changing antiretroviral treatment. Poster at The 6th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention. Rome, Italy, July.

Pitts, M. K. (2011). Men and HPV - what needs to change to include them in the HPV success story?27th International Papillomavirus Conference. Berlin, Germany, September.

Pitts, M. K. (2011). Men and HPV: What they know and what they need to know. EUROGIN 2011: HPV Associated Diseases and Cancer - From Reality now to the Future. Lisbon, Portugal, May.

Prestage, G., Down, I., Brown, G., & Hurley, M. (2011). Acting on desire: The role of erectile dysfunction medication. Speaker selected from abstract at 20th World Conference for Sexual Health. Glasgow, 12-16 June.

Prestage, G., Down, I., Brown, G., & Hurley, M. (2011). Desire and risk: Sick, bad or 'hot'? Speaker selected from abstract at 20th World Conference for Sexual Health. Glasgow, 12-16 June.

Prestage, G. (2011). Emergent ethics, processuality and 'the HIV biomedical prevention user'. Invited speaker at 1st International HIV Social Science and Humanities Conference: Locating the Social. Durban, South Africa, 11-13 June.

Prestage, G., Down, I., Hurley, M., & Brown, G. (2011). Pleasure and risk: 'Intensive sex partying' among gay men. Invited speaker at 1st International HIV Social Science and Humanities Conference: Locating the Social. Durban, South Africa, 11-13 June.

Prestage, G., Down, I., Hurley, M., & Brown, G. (2011). Reasoning risk reduction: Findings from the PASH Study. Speaker selected from abstract at 20th World Conference for Sexual Health. Glasgow, 12-16 June.

Smith, A. M. A., Heywood, W., Ryall, R., Shelley, J. M., Pitts, M. K., Richters, J., Simpson, J. M., & Patrick, K. J. (2011). Sexual behaviour differences between Australian women who have and have not had a recent pap test. Presentation at Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Canberra, 30 September.

Wallace, J., Pitts, M. K., McNally, S., Malkin, I., Temple-Smith, M. J., Smith, A. M. A., & Levy, M. (2011). Oil and water: Regulating hepatitis C prevention in Australian prisons. Harm Reduction 2011: International Harm Reduction Association 22nd International Conference. Beirut, May.

Wassersug, R. J., & Johnson, T. (2011). Eunuchs: Seeking voluntary castration. Panel Presentation at WPATH 2011, Biennial International Symposium: Transgender Beyond Disorder: Identity, Community, and Health. World Professional Association for Transgender Health. Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 26 September.

Barrett, C., & Allen, J. (2010). An appreciative inquiry approach to celebrating the achievements of staff working in aged care. International Federation on Ageing Conference. Melbourne, April.

Barrett, C. (2010). Sexual expression and ageing: A person centred approach. International Congress of Applied Psychology. Melbourne, July.

Barrett, C. (2010). Val's Café: Meeting the needs of older GLBTI people living in Australia. Gay and Lesbian Medical Association Conference. San Diego, September.

Barrett, C. (2010). Val's Café: Resourcing people providing services to older GLBTI Australians. International Federation on Ageing Conference. Melbourne, April.

Bennett, L. R. (2010). Barriers to accessing infertility care in Indonesia. Invited paper at 8th Annual Conference of the Indonesian Association of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (PIT POGI 18). Jakarta, Indonesia, 7-9 July.

Bennett, L. R. (2010). Compromised fertility and gender discrimination in contemporary Indonesia. 10th Annual Women in Asia Conference. Canberra, 29 September-1 October.

Bennett, L. R. (2010). Gender, reproduction and sexuality in Asia 1. Coordination of conference panel at 10th Annual Women in Asia Conference. Canberra, 29 September-1 October.

Bennett, L. R. (2010). Gender, reproduction and sexuality in Asia 2. Coordination of conference panel at 10th Annual Women in Asia Conference. Canberra, 29 September-1 October.

Bennett, L. R. (2010). Infertility and faith in contemporary Indonesia. Annual Conference of the Australian Anthropological Society. Geelong, 22-24 September.

Bennett, L. R. (2010). Medical Tourism: Opportunities and Threats. Panel discussant at 3rd Congress of the Asia Pacific Initiative on Reproduction (ASPIRE) - Best and Simplified ART practice beyond the year 2010. Bangkok, Thailand, 9-11 April.

Bennett, L. R. (2010). Sudan menikah tetapi bukan keluarga: Infertility and social suffering in Indonesia. Poster presentation at 8th Annual Conference of the Indonesian Association of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (PIT POGI 18). Jakarta, Indonesia, 7-9 July.

Brown, G., & Lake, R. (2010). HIV+ Peer Support Evaluation Project: Positive Life (NSW) and ACON. National HIV and Hep C Social Research Conference.

Brown, G., & Westacott, R. (2010). HIV+ Peer Support Evaluation Project: Positive Life (NSW) and ACON. National HIV Educators Conference.

Brown, G., Ellard, J., Prestage, G., & Mooney-Somers, J. (2010). Living a life less ordinary : The Overseas Acquired HIV Social Research project. National HIV Educators Conference.

Brown, G. (2010). National HIV Prevention Symposium. Invited Keynote at.

Brown, G., Ellard, J., Prestage, G., & Mooney-Somers, J. (2010). Not some young tourist : The Overseas Acquired HIV Social Research project. National HIV and Hep C Social Research Conference.

Corboz, J. (2010). 'Aren't you really one of us?' Negotiating suspicion and participation in the BDSM scene in Melbourne, Australia. Crisis and Imagination. Maynooth, Ireland, 24-27 August.

Couch, M. (2010). The HIV virus, transmission practices and local, regional and global organisations and infrastructure: A critical realist look at the Pacific region. International Association of Critical Realism, Annual Conference. Padua, Italy, July.

Down, I., Bradley, J., & Prestage, G. (2010). Current risk factors for HIV seroconversion among gay men. Poster at Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference 2010. Sydney, October.

Down, I., Bradley, J., Gray, R., Hoare, A., Wilson, D., & Prestage, G. (2010). What would gay men be prepared to do to reduce rates of HIV?Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference 2010. Sydney, October.

Dowsett, G. W. (2010). Invited participant and workshop rapporteur at Repoliticizing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights: A Transformative Framework for Moving beyond the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) and the Millennium Development Goals (MDG). Langkawie, Malaysia, 3-6 August.

Dowsett, G. W. (2010). Rolling on and Rolling out: Circumcision and Sexual Health: 2010 and Beyond. Invited keynote address at Second Colloquium on Circumcision and Sexual Health symposium. Pretoria, South Africa, April.

Dowsett, G. W. (2010). Theme D Symposium: The Dialogue between Social Science, Public Health and Medicine. Invited symposium presentation at Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference, 2010. Sydney, October.

Dyson, S. (2010). Fair Game Respect Matters: An evaluation of a primary prevention of violence against women intervention in 44 community Australian football clubs. Fifth World Conference on Women and Sport. Sydney, May.

Dyson, S. (2010). Women's Safety and Inclusion in Community Australian Football Clubs. Fifth World Conference on Women and Sport. Sydney, May.

Fletcher, G. (2010). The Conceit of Informed Consent When Working in Hierarchical Structures. Panel presentation at 10th World Congress on Bioethics in Research. Singapore.

Fletcher, G. (2010). We should be careful about their culture…it is impossible to ask [young women] to demonstrate the condom. Panel presentation at Women in Asia conference. Canberra.

Frawley, P., & O'Shea, A. (2010). Peer education in a Respectful Relationships program: Findings from a current study. 45th Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability Conference: Seeking Excellence. Brisbane, September.

Frawley, P., & O'Shea, A. (2010). Relationships and sexuality education for and by people with an intellectual disability. Australasian Soceity for Intellectual Disability: Disability Support Worker conference. Melbourne, November.

Gray, R., Hoare, A., Ghaus, M. H., Down, I., Bradley, J., Prestage, G., & Wilson, D. P. (2010). Which public health strategies will likely have the greatest impact in reducing HIV incidence among gay men in NSW?Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference 2010. Sydney, October.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., & Koelmeyer, R. L. (2010). Ageing with HIV: Health and wellbeing cohort effects for those over 40. Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference. Sydney, October.

Grierson, J., Koelmeyer, R. L., Smith, A. M. A., & Pitts, M. K. (2010). Factors Associated with Difficulty Taking Antiretroviral Medication in an Australian Sample of People Living with HIV. Poster Number 137 exhibited at Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference. Sydney, October.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., & Smith, A. M. A. (2010). Gay and lesbian community attitudes to PLWHA and disclosure. Poster presentation at The XVIII International AIDS Conference. Bali, Indonesia, May.

Grierson, J., Couch, M., Pitts, M. K., Smith, A. M. A., McNally, S., & Smith, G. (2010). Sexual health and sexual practice among Indonesian MSM. Poster presentation at 16th IUSTI Asia Pacific Conference. Bali, Indonesia, May.

Hajarizadeh, B., Rashidian, A., Haghdoost, A. A., & Alavian, S. M. (2010). Comparing the Cost-Effectiveness of Three- Versus Two- Dose Vaccination Schedule Against Hepatitis B In Adolescents. Experience of a Developing Country. A Snapshot of Viral Hepatitis: 7th Australasian Conference. Sebel Albert Park, Melbourne, 6-8 September.

Hajarizadeh, B., Rashidian, A., Haghdoost, A. A., & Alavian, S. M. (2010). Estimating the Cost of Mass Vaccination Campaign Against Hepatitis B in Iranian Adolescents. Poster exhibited at A Snapshot of Viral Hepatitis: 7th Australasian Conference. Sebel Albert Park, Melbourne, 6-8 September.

Hillier, L. (2010). I first knew when: Reflections on difference regarding same sex attraction. Invited forum speaker and panellist at Australasian Sexual Health Conference. 18-20 October.

Hillier, L. (2010). 'It's a grey day today': Challenges to mental health and paths of resistance for same sex attracted youth. Invited presentation at The 1st International Youth Mental Health Conference. Melbourne, 29-30 July.

Hillier, L. (2010). Trials, tribulations and transcendence: How same sex attracted young people manage the critical events in their lives. 12th Biennial Conference of the European Association for research into Adolescence. Mykolas Romeris University. Vilnius, Lithuania, 12-15 May.

Hillier, L. (2010). When young hearts flutter: Reflections on the production of desire in adolescence. Keynote presentation at Australasian Sexual Health Conference. 18-20 October.

Leonard, W. (2010). Challenging the order of things: Un-Australian families and the reproducing homosexual. 2nd Global Conference. Good Sex, Bad Sex: Sex Law, Crime and Ethics. Michna Palace, Prague, Czech Republic, 3-5 May.

Leonard, W. (2010). Safe sex and the aesthetics of gay men's HIV/AIDS prevention. Drawing the line against AIDS. The University of Adelaide, 4-5 February.

McCoy, B. (2010). Contested Sites: Aboriginal Health Engaging Western Medicine. Medicine, Religion and the Body. The Centre for Cross-Cultural Research, ANU, 2-3 November.

McNally, S. (2010). Recognising and Responding to Hepatitis C in Indigenous Communities. A Snapshot of Viral Hepatitis: 7th Australasian Conference. Sebel Albert Park, Melbourne, 6-8 September.

McNally, S. (2010). Recognising and Responding to Hepatitis C in Indigenous Communities. Invited presentation at 7th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. Melbourne, September.

McNally, S. (2010). Sexual Practice Among Men Who Have Sex With Men in South East Asia - Insights for Vietnam's HIV Response. 4th National Scientific Conference on HIV/AIDS. Hanoi, Vietnam, December.

McNally, S., Wallace, J., Johnson, P., & Bain, T. (2010). Share Care: Do We Need A Model? A Snapshot of Viral Hepatitis: 7th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. Melbourne, 6-8 September.

Pitts, M. K., Smith, A. M. A., Mitchell, A., Richters, J., & Shelley, J. M. (2010). Sexual practice and HPV knowledge and risk: What can we learn from the Australian experience about who will benefit?EUROGIN. Monaco, 17-20 February.

Pitts, M. K., Grierson, J., Couch, M., Smith, A. M. A., McNally, S., & Smith, G. (2010). Understanding versatility and reciprocity in sexual practices in male to male sex. 16th IUSTI Asia Pacific Conference. Bali, Indonesia, May.

Prestage, G., & Wilson, D. (2010). The Goals of Australia's National Syphilis Action Plan Are Based in Interdisciplinary Research Findings. 5th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. Cambridge, UK, August.

Prestage, G., Brown, G., & Hurley, M. (2010). PASHing the results - Application of the PASH study results to policy and practice. National HIV Educators Conference.

Prestage, G., & Down, I. (2010). Reasoning risk reduction. Poster at International AIDS Conference. Vienna, Austria, July.

Prestage, G., Down, I., Bradley, J., Hurley, M., & Brown, G. (2010). Reasoning risk-reduction. Poster at Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference 2010. Sydney, October.

Prestage, G., Down, I., Hurley, M., & Brown, G. (2010). Reasoning risk-reduction. Poster at XVIII International AIDS Conference. Vienna, Austria, July.

Russell, J. M., Smith, A. M. A., & Grierson, J. (2010). Social support and the experience of living with HIV for women in Australia. SunBelt XXX - Annual conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA). Riva del Garda, Fierecongressi, Italy, June.

Sandy, L. (2010). "Filles Malades": Prostitution in French Cambodia (1863-1953). Representations of prostitution, sex work and sex trafficking between the 19th and 21st centuries. University of Exeter, 9-10 September.

Sandy, L. (2010). More harm than good? Sex work, sex workers and the 'war on trafficking' in Cambodia. Tenth Women in Asia Conference. Australian National University, Canberra, 29 September-1 October.

Sandy, L. (2010). "No condom - No sex": Sex work, HIV interventions and the Cambodian sexual order. Tenth Women in Asia Conference. Australian National University, Canberra, 29 September-1 October.

Sandy, L. (2010). Sex work, HIV interventions and the sexual order in Cambodia. Australasian HIV Conference. Sydney, 20-22 October.

Smith, A. M. A. (2010). Adolescents and STIs: Behavioural Aspects. Invited paper at 16th International Union against Sexually Transmitted Infections Asia Pacific Conference. Nusa Dua, Indonesia, May.

Smith, A. M. A. (2010). On-line data collection. Invited Plenary Address at Australasian Research Ethics Network Conference. Melbourne, November.

Smith, A. M. A. (2010). Using social network analysis to locate risky sexual practices in the gay community. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Sydney, October.

Sutherland, R., Lake, R., & Prestage, G. (2010). The development of an HIV risk reduction framework for gay and other men who have sex with men (MSM) in New South Wales, Australia. Poster at XVIII International AIDS Conference. Vienna, Austria, July.

Wallace, J., McNally, S., & Richmond, J. A. (2010). Developing a national response: Putting the chronic into hepatitis B. 20th Conference of the APASL (Asia Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver). Beijing, 26 March.

Wallace, J., Pitts, M. K., Smith, A. M. A., Malkin, I., Temple-Smith, M. J., McNally, S., & Levy, M. (2010). Health and Security - Mixing Oil and Water? Regulating Hepatitis C Prevention in Prisons. A Snapshot of Viral Hepatitis: 7th Australasian Conference. Sebel Albert Park, Melbourne, 6-8 September.

Wallace, J. (2010). Moving Forward with Hepatitis B Policy and Practice. A Snapshot of Viral Hepatitis: 7th Australasian Conference. Sebel Albert Park, Melbourne, 6-8 September.

Banik, B. (2009). Accessibility status of slum male adolescents to reproductive health care in Bangladesh. 19th WAS World Congress for Sexual Health. Göteborg, Sweden, 21-25 June.

Banik, B. (2009). Is Partnership with Local Organizations Pivotal in Providing Sexual Health Services for Young People?IASSCS VII Conference. Hanoi, Viet Nam, 15-18 April.

Brown, G., & Baxter, D. (2009). Achieving and undermining success. National Health Promotion Association Conference.

Brown, G., & Baxter, D. (2009). Achieving and undermining success: Australia's HIV epidemic and lessons for health promotion leadership, advocacy and investment. International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific.

Brown, G. (2009). Australia's HIV epidemic and lessons for health promotion leadership, advocacy and investment. National Health Promotion Association Conference.

Couch, M. (2009). Transgender self-identification, disjunctions with clinical and theoretical accounts, and the illuminating potential of queer. Queering Paradigms Conference. Christ Church University, Canterbury, UK, 27 February-1 March.

Dowsett, G. W., & Duncan, D. (2009). Changing Australian men: Masculinity and sexuality in the age of anxiety. Oral presentation at VII Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Hanoi, Vietnam, 15-18 April.

Dowsett, G. W., & Slavin, S. (2009). Developing Curricula in Critical Sexuality Studies. VII Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Hanoi, Vietnam, 15-18 April.

Dowsett, G. W., & Slavin, S. (2009). Sexuality and Development I and II. VII Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society - Post-conference Graduate Training Program. Hanoi, Vietnam, 19-28 April.

Dowsett, G. W. (2009). Sexuality, History and Politics. Opening Lecture at VII Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society - Post-conference Graduate Training Program. Hanoi, Vietnam, 19-28 April.

Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., Pitts, M. K., Solomon, V., Lindegger, G., & Durrheim, K. (2009). Social Networks, Health Seeking Behaviour and HIV testing among South African University Students. AIDS Impact conference. Gaborone, Botswana, 22-25 September.

Julienne Corboz (presenter), Dowsett, G. W., & Slavin, S. (2009). Sexualities.Studies.net: Expanding open access to knowledge in the international field of Critical Sexuality Studies. Oral presentation at VII Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Hanoi, Vietnam, 15-18 April.

Lobo, R., & Brown, G. (2009). My-Peer - best practice standards for promoting young people's mental health through peer influence and participation. National Health Promotion Association Conference.

Patel, S. (2009). Coming out online - A web-based specialist library for health and well-being information for the GLBTI community in Australia providing important information to 'hard to reach' communities. Internet Librarian International 2009. London, 15-16 October.

Pitts, M. K. (2009). Who wants it? Men, HPV and anal cancer screening. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Brisbane, 9 September.

Prestage, G., & Hurley, M. (2009). Sexual Risk Behaviour among Gay Men: Is drug use the cause or an effect?International Harm Reduction Conference. Bangkok, Thailand, April.

Sandy, L. (2009). Srei khnyom: Women, debt bondage and sex work in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. ESRC Seminar Series on Unfree Labour. University of Manchester, 30 October.

Wallace, J., Pitts, M. K., & McNally, S. (2009). Opening a can of worms: Service providers and policy makers view needle and syringe programme legislation in Australia. International Harm Reduction Association 20th International Conference. Bangkok, Thailand, April.

Brown, G., & Duggin, J. (2008). Evaluation of a health promotion short course for the HIV community sector. Oral Paper at Australasian HIV Conference.

Brown, G., & Sorenson, A. (2008). How they did it and how they wanted it - young people's perspectives on their experiences of sexual health education. Oral paper at Australasian Sexual Health Conference.

Brown, G., & Keen, P. (2008). NetReach: Online peer outreach to virtual communities across Australia. Poster at International AIDS Conference.

Brown, G., & Lobo, R. (2008). Young people as research colleagues- use of Peer Research Assistants to investigate peer based programs. Poster at International AIDS Conference.

Brown, G., & Lobo, R. (2008). Young people as research colleagues- use of peer research assistants to investigate peer based programs. Australasian Sexual Health Conference.

Clayton, S., Prestage, G., Imrie, J., & Corrigan, N. (2008). Sero-sorting: Is it replacing safe-sex for gay men in Sydney? XVII International AIDS Conference 2008. Mexico City, Mexico.

Dowsett, G. W. (2008). De-Centring the Penis: The New Masculinities and Men's Sexual Subjectivity. Invited panel presentation at Thirty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the International Academy of Sex Research, Symposium VI: Demanding Masculinities: How are sexology and society dictating the definitions. Leuven, Belgium, 11 July.

Dowsett, G. W. (2008). 'Diversification of desire or bicuriously yours: The disintegration of the '/' in heterosexual/homosexual'. QUENCH: To satisfy a thirst-a weekend of queer thinking. Adelaide, 15-16 November.

Dowsett, G. W. (2008). panel member: HIV is on the Rise! - presented by Gay Men's Health, South Australia. QUENCH: To satisfy a thirst-a weekend of queer thinking. Adelaide, 15-16 November.

Ferris, J. A. (2008). Australian men and chronic pelvic pain (CPP): Comparative results of the National Institute of Health Chronic Prostatitis Symptoms index (NIH-CPSI) and the CPP scale using data from the Australian Longitudinal Study of Health and Relationships. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Perth Convention Centre. Perth, 15-17 September.

Ferris, J. A., Pitts, M. K., Smith, A. M. A., Richters, J., Shelley, J. M., & Simpson, J. M. (2008). Australian men and chronic pelvic pain: Comparative results of the National Institute of Health Chronic Prostatitis Symptoms Index (NIH-CPSI) and the CPP scale using data from the Australian Longitudinal Study of Health and Relationships. Poster at Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Perth Convention Centre. Perth, 15-17 September.

Ferris, J. A. (2008). Changes in lifetime probability of abortion for Australian women: Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study of Health and Relationships. Presentation on behalf of Julia Shelley at Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Perth Convention Centre, Perth, 15-17 September.

Ferris, J. A. (2008). MI data analysis: Imputing missing data from the Australian Longitudinal Study of Health and Relationships using Multiple Imputation methods. Poster at Australian Statistical Conference 2008 (ASC2008).

Ferris, J. A. (2008). Multi-state modelling in R: A stochastic approach to modelling pregnancy outcomes. Australian Statistical Conference 2008 (ASC2008).

Ferris, J. A. (2008). Patterns of cannabis usage in the Australian population: Data from the Australian Longitudinal Study of Health and Relationships. Poster at Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs Conference 2008. Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney, 23-26 November.

Ferris, J. A. (2008). Poly social-drug use in the Australian population: Data from the Australian Longitudinal Study of Health and Relationships. Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs Conference 2008. Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney, 23-26 November.

Ferris, J. A. (2008). Relationship concordance and social drugs in the Australian population: Insights from the Australian Longitudinal Study of Health and Relationships. Poster at Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs Conference 2008. Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney, 23-26 November.

Ferris, J. A. (2008). Young adults, sexual behaviour and multiple relationship partners: Data from the Australian longitudinal study of health and relationships. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Perth Convention Centre. Perth, 15-17 September.

Flood, M. (2008). The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Men, masculinities, and crime prevention. Invited address at Masculinities and Crime Seminar. Institute of Criminology, University of Sydney, 3 November.

Flood, M. (2008). Involving Men in Efforts to End Violence Against Women. Domestic Violence Network Forum, Eastern Suburbs Domestic Violence Network. Sydney, 18 March.

Flood, M. (2008). Involving Men in Efforts to End Violence Against Women. From Margins to Mainstream: 5th World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health & the Prevention of Mental and Behavioral Disorders. Melbourne, 10-12 September.

Garland, S., & Pitts, M. K. (2008). Project overview - public awareness and psychological aspects of HPV vaccination. AOGIN 2008 Seoul; The 3rd Biennial Conference of Asia Oceanic Research organization on Genital Infections and Neoplasia. Sheraton Grande Walkerhill Hotel, Seoul, Korea, 29-31 May.

Grierson, J. (2008). Community Attitudes to Sex on Premises Venues and Their Patrons. AFAO HIV Educators Conference - 'Gay Men's Lives'. Wollongong, New South Wales, 27-29 May.

Grierson, J. (2008). Community Attitudes to Sex on Premises Venues and Their Patrons. AFAO HIV Educators Conference - 'Gay Men's Lives'. Wollongong, 27-29 May.

Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., & von Doussa, H. (2008). Community Attitudes to Sex on Premises Venues and Their Patrons. Poster at XVII International AIDS Conference. Mexico City, 3-8 August.

Grierson, J., McNally, S., Couch, M., & Pitts, M. K. (2008). Contextualising Male-To-Male-Sex in Indonesia and Thailand. Poster at XVII International AIDS Conference. Mexico City, 3-8 August.

Grierson, J. (2008). Gay Men's Lives Positive Lives (Invited Plenary). AFAO HIV Educators Conference - 'Gay Men's Lives'. Wollongong, New South Wales, 27-29 May.

Grierson, J. (2008). HIV Futures NZ/Aus/Pacific - An example of Grounded Research as an Advocacy Tool, Invited Plenary. Pan Pacific Gathering for HIV Positive People. Auckland, New Zealand, September.

Grierson, J. (2008). Invited speaker- ACCESS Youth Networks' Round table Forum on HIV/AIDS - The Political Dimensions of a Lethal Epidemic at the Australian Institute of International Affairs. Melbourne, March 20.

Grierson, J. (2008). Invited speaker- VAC/GMHC panel discussion following the screening of No Magic Bullet at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival. Melbourne, March 8.

Grierson, J., Thorpe, R., Pitts, M. K., Hughes, T., Saxton, P., Smith, J., Smythe, E., & Thomas, M. (2008). Living with HIV in Aotearoa/New Zealand: A two study comparison 2001-2007. Poster at XVII International AIDS Conference. Mexico City, 3-8 August.

Grierson, J. (2008). Male to Male Sex and HIV in the Asia/Pacific Region (Invited paper). Rainbow Conversations: GLBTI human rights in the Asia Pacific. Melbourne, 31 January.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., McNally, S., & Couch, M. (2008). Male to Male Sex and HIV in the Asia/Pacific Region: Politics, Polemics and Pragmatics. 3rd International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. Prato, Italy, 22-25 July.

Grierson, J. (2008). Male to male sex in the Asia pacific region (Invited presentation). Everyday Lives: The 10th Social Research Conference on HIV, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases. University of New South Wales, Sydney, 27 March.

Grierson, J., & McNally, S. (2008). Research for planning and advocacy. Pan Pacific Gathering for HIV Positive People. Auckland, New Zealand, September.

Grierson, J. (2008). Researching with HIV Positive Communities, Paper given to the Faculty of the Department of Epidemiology and Medical Statistics. Sun Yat Sen University. Guangzhou, China, June 30.

Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., & von Doussa, H. (2008). Trajectories of Sex On Premises Visits: A systematic contribution to targeting health promotion to gay and bisexual men. Poster at XVII International AIDS Conference. Mexico City, Mexico, 3-8 August.

Hillier, L. (2008). From Margins to mainstream: 5th World Conference on the promotion of mental health and the prevention of mental and behavioural disorders. Melbourne, 10-12 September.

Hillier, L., & Mitchell, A. (2008). Research to policy and practice: The case study of same sex attracted young people in Victoria, Australia. European Association for Research into Adolescence. Turin, Italy, 7-10 May.

Hudson, J., Prestage, G., Weerakoon, P., & Lee, G. (2008). The m2m study: Exploring the locations where married men have sex with men. 18th World Congress of the World Association for Sexual Health. Sydney.

Hurley, M. (2008). Activating the Internet (Presentation). AFAO HIV Educators Conference - 'Gay Men's Lives'. Wollongong, New South Wales.

Hurley, M. (2008). Asset-based Health Promotion. Invited presentation at Queensland Association of Healthy Communities. Brisbane.

Hurley, M. (2008). The current situation (Presentation). Positive Life Board Advisory Group. Sydney.

Hurley, M. (2008). Gay and Lesbian writing and publishing in Australia 1995-2001 (Invited Presentation). 'The Queer Canon', Australian Literary Studies seminar. University of Queensland.

Hurley, M. (2008). HIV on the rise. Invited panellist at Quench-Queer Thinkers Programme, Feast Festival. Adelaide.

Hurley, M. (2008). Jan McKemmish. Creativity and Uncertainty annual conference. Australian Association of Writing Programs. University of Technology, Sydney.

Hurley, M. (2008). Leadership (Invited Presentation). NAPWA Leadership Workshop. Sydney.

Hurley, M. (2008). Living, loving and having sex. HIV and gay men's health. Invited Presentation at HIV Training Day. Gay Men's Health and Department of Health, South Australia.

Hurley, M. (2008). Sex, Health and Gay Socialities (Invited Plenary). AFAO HIV Educators Conference - 'Gay Men's Lives'. Wollongong, New South Wales.

Hurley, M. (2008). Things we know about the lives of queers in Australia. Presentation at Quench-Queer Thinkers Programme, Feast Festival. Adelaide.

Jin, F., Prestage, G., Imrie, J., Zablotska, I., Donovan, B., Templeton, D. J., Mindel, A., Cunningham, A., Kaldor, J. M., & Grulich, A. E. (2008). Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) as a risk factor for HIV infection. XVII International AIDS Conference 2008. Mexico City, Mexico.

Jin, F., Prestage, G., Zablotska, I., Imrie, J., Crawford, J., Kaldor, J. M., & Grulich, A. E. (2008). The role of risk reduction behaviours in HIV acquisition in gay men. XVII International AIDS Conference 2008. Mexico City, Mexico.

Leonard, W., Mitchell, A., & Davis, S. (2008). Coming Forward - Strategies for addressing the underreporting of homophobic violence and domestic partner abuse by gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex people. Inaugural Australasian Human Rights and Policing Conference. Sofitel, Melbourne, 8-9 December.

Liang, S., & Brown, G. (2008). Impact of a non-occupational post-exposure prophylaxis program for HIV in Western Australia. Oral Paper at Australasian HIV Conference.

McDonald, K. (2008). The impact of stigma on HIV-positive mothers in Australia. Poster at XVII International AIDS Conference. Mexico, August.

Parkhill, N., & Prestage, G. (2008). Illicit drug use, intensive sex partying and HIV: What we know, what we have done and what we need to do. XVII International AIDS Conference 2008. Mexico City, Mexico.

Pitts, M. K. (2008). The Australian Experience Integrating Cervical Cancer Prevention Programs. Invited paper at AOGIN 2008 Seoul; The 3rd Biennial Conference of Asia Oceanic Research organization on Genital Infections and Neoplasia. Sheraton Grande Walkerhill Hotel, Seoul, Korea, 29-31 May.

Pitts, M. K. (2008). Community Perceptions of HPV. HPV Vaccine Forum: Cervical Cancer Not Yet Beaten. AOGIN. BIO 21 Molecular Science & Biotechnology Institute, 30 Flemington Rd, Parkville, 22 August.

Pitts, M. K., & Grierson, J. (2008). Constructing and Evolving Communities: Responding to HIV/AIDS Research Needs in the Third Decade. 3rd International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. Prato, Italy, 22-25 July.

Pitts, M. K. (2008). Getting an ARC Grant: Knowing How. UNSW Discovery Project information session. University of New South Wales, 5 November.

Pitts, M. K., Couch, M., Croy, S., Mulcare, H., & Mitchell, A. (2008). Health and wellbeing of transgender people in Australia and New Zealand. Poster at XVII International AIDS Conference. Mexico City, 3-8 August.

Pitts, M. K. (2008). The Role of Social Research in Australia's HIV response. Study Visit to Australia by H.E. Mr Truong Vinh Trong Deputy Prime Minister of Vietnam to review Australia's response to HIV and drug use. Melbourne, 6 May.

Pitts, M. K. (2008). The Value of Longitudinal Cohort Studies. Andrology Australia Longitudinal Study Stakeholder forum. Government House, Melbourne, 10 June.

Power, J., McNair, R., & Carr, S. (2008). Absent sexual scripts: Lesbian and bisexual women's knowledge and attitudes regarding safer sex and sexual health information. The Australian Sociological Conference. Melbourne, December.

Prestage, G. (2008). Age-trends in HIV prevalence among gay men. NSW HIV Think Tank. Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2008). Estimating populations of gay men and HIV prevalence. NSW HIV Think Tank. Sydney.

Prestage, G., Hudson, J., Down, I., Corrigan, N., McInnes, D., Bradley, J., & Grulich, A. E. (2008). Gay men who engage in group sex are at increased risk of HIV infection and onward transmission: Data from the three or more study. XVII International AIDS Conference 2008. Mexico City, Mexico.

Prestage, G. (2008). Group sex and risk among gay men - TOMS. Committee on AIDS Strategy Health Promotion Subcommittee. Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2008). Group sex and risk among gay men - TOMS. Metropolitan Gay Men's Interagency Workshop. Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2008). High risk gay men - sexpigs and party boys. Committee on AIDS Strategy Health Promotion Subcommittee. Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2008). Illicit drug use among gay men. NSW HIV Think Tank. Sydney.

Prestage, G., Jin, F., Kippax, S. C., Zablotska, I., Imrie, J., Kaldor, J. M., & Grulich, A. E. (2008). Illicit drug use and risk of HIV seroconversion among gay men in Sydney: Data from the HIM cohort. XVII International AIDS Conference 2008. Mexico City, Mexico.

Prestage, G. (2008). Serosorting among gay men. AIDS Council of NSW Gay Men's Education Team Meeting. Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2008). Serosorting among gay men. AIDS Council of NSW Staff Workshop. Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2008). Survey planning and questionnaire design. AIDS Council of NSW Staff Workshop. Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2008). Trends in risk behaviour among gay men. AIDS Council of NSW Big Day In. Sydney.

Prestage, G., Poynten, I. M., Jin, F., Imrie, J., Kippax, S., Donovan, B., Kaldor, J. M., & Grulich, A. E. (2008). Willingness to participate in trials of rectal microbicides among HIV-negative gay men in Sydney. 4th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention. Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2008). Young gay men - research findings. AIDS Council of NSW Fun and Esteem Project. Sydney.

Richters, J., Ferris, J. A., Pitts, M. K., Shelley, J. M., Simpson, J. M., Ryall, R., & Smith, A. M. A. (2008). Who's cheating? - Agreements about sexual exclusivity and subsequent concurrent partnering in Australian couples: The Australian Longitudinal Study of Health and Relationships. Poster at Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Perth Convention Centre. Perth, 15-17 September.

Shelley, J. M., Ferris, J. A., Smith, A. M. A., Pitts, M. K., Richters, J., & Simpson, J. M. (2008). Changes in lifetime probability of abortion for Australian women: Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study of Health and Relationships. Poster at Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Perth Convention Centre. Perth, 15-17 September.

Smith, A. M. A., Pitts, M. K., Richters, J., Shelley, J. M., Simpson, J. M., Ferris, J. A., & Ryall, R. (2008). Circumcision in Australia: Further evidence on its effects on sexual health and wellbeing Australian Longitudinal Study of Health and Relationships. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Perth Convention Centre. Perth, 15-17 September.

Smith, A. M. A., Pitts, M. K., Richters, J., Shelley, J. M., Simpson, J. M., Ferris, J. A., & Ryall, R. (2008). Who's cheating? Agreements about sexual exclusivity and subsequent concurrent partnering in Australian couples: The Australian Longitudinal Study of Health and Relationships. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Perth Convention Centre. Perth, 15-17 September.

Syed Khurram, A., & Brown, G. (2008). "Mothers are not machines". Perspectives of religious leaders, health professionals and community leaders about family planning in Pakistan. Oral Paper at 9th Congress of the European Federation of Sexology.

Wallace, J., McNally, S., & Pitts, M. K. (2008). "It might open up a can of worms": How service providers and policy makers view needle and syringe program legislation in Australia. 10th UK International Hepatitis C Conference. Derby, UK, June.

Wallace, J., McNally, S., & Richmond, J. A. (2008). Putting the chronic into hepatitis B. Keynote presentation at 6th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. October.

Zablotska, I., Crawford, J., Imrie, J., Prestage, G., Jin, F., Grulich, A. E., & Kippax, S. C. (2008). Increasing prevalence of unprotected anal intercourse with serodiscordant casual partners among HIV-negative and positive gay men in Sydney Australia: No evidence of 'bug chasing'. XVII International AIDS Conference 2008. Mexico City, Mexico.

Zaidi Urmi, A., Prestage, G., & Bunde-Birouste, A. (2008). Assessment of stigma, discrimination and violence associated with the disclosure of HIV positive status: Service providers' perspective. XVII International AIDS Conference 2008. Mexico City, Mexico.

Brown, G., Maycock, B., Hallett, J., Hyde, Z., & Keen, P. (2007). Outreaching CyberSpace: Findings of the CyberReach and NetReach peer based online outreach projects. Oral presentation at International Health Promotion Conference.

Brown, G., Joyce, A., & Lobo, R. (2007). Peer based approaches to mental health promotion: Findings of the POSSAY Project. Oral presentation at International Health Promotion Conference.

Brown, G., & Lobo, R. (2007). Peer based approaches to mental health promotion: Findings of the POSSAY Project. Oral presentation at International Mental Health Promotion Conference.

Comfort, J., & Brown, G. (2007). WA Lesbian and Bisexual Women Health and Wellbeing Survey. Oral presentation at National Health in Difference Conference.

Couch, M., Grierson, J., Swaminathan, S., Thorpe, R., Pitts, M. K., & Abraham, K. (2007). Living with HIV in a Tamil Nadu district: Indian-Australian capacity sharing in community research. Poster at 8th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP). Colombo, Sri Lanka, 19-23 August.

Dempsey, D., Slavin, S., & Fisher, S. (2007). Australian stay at home dads: On becoming primary carers. Conference of the Australasian Sociological Association. Auckland, December.

Dyson, S. (2007). Deficit subject or sexual citizen? Lesbian conception, pregnancy and birth experiences 1980 - 2000, in Victoria, Australia. Fourth Global Conference Persons and Sexuality: Probing the boundaries. Salzburg, Austria, 19-22 November.

Dyson, S. (2007). On being an insider/researcher and the risk of the 'compulsive extroversion of interiority. Second Annual Work in Progress Conference. Warwick University, Coventry, UK, 2 December.

Fletcher, G. (2007). A Triumph of Facts Over Experience: Constructions of Ignorance and Disregard of the Affective in Relation to HIV Prevention Work in Burma. World Congress for Sexual Health. Sydney, 15-19 April.

Flood, M. (2007). Boys, Sex, and Porn: New technologies and old dangers. Keynote and Invited Addresses at Whatever Happened to Child Sexual Abuse? BASPSCAN and Nottingham Trent University Unit for Critical Studies in Men and Masculinities. London, 29 November.

Flood, M. (2007). Explaining, and Preventing, Intimate Partner Violence. Keynote Address at Women's Domestic Violence Court Assistance Program (Legal Aid Commission) - Ten year anniversary celebration. Sydney, 8 March.

Flood, M. (2007). Explaining, and Preventing, Intimate Partner Violence. Women's Domestic Violence Court Assistance Program (Legal Aid Commission) Conference. Sydney, 2 August.

Flood, M. (2007). Men and Gender in Policy and Advocacy. Technical Consultation - Engaging Men and Boys in Sexual and Reproductive Health, Gender-Based Violence Prevention, Fatherhood, and Maternal and Child Health, UNFPA - WHO - Instituto Promundo - MenEngage. Salzburg, Austria, 29 November-1 December.

Flood, M. (2007). Preventing Intimate Partner Violence. Domestic Violence: Examining Practice. Port Stephens, 1 November.

Flood, M. (2007). Supporting Separated Fathers and Encouraging Men's Positive Involvement in Parenting. The Field of Fatherhood: Crossings of the Terrain. Hawke Institute for Sustainable Societies, University of South Australia. 19 June.

Grierson, J. (2007). HIV and sexual relationships. International Conference. Invited paper at 18th World Congress of WAS, the 1st World Congress of Sexual Health. Sydney, 15-19 April.

Grierson, J., & Pitts, M. K. (2007). Making it Messy: Working from Multiple Perspectives in HIV and Sexuality Social Science. 2nd International Conference On Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. University of Granada, Spain, 10-13 July.

Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., Pitts, M. K., & Pattison, P. (2007). Protected and unprotected anal intercourse among homosexually active men in Melbourne: Personal, social and contextual predictors. Poster at 8th International AIDS Impact Conference. Marseille, France, 1-4 July.

Grierson, J. (2007). Research into Practice. International Conference. Invited paper for conference satellite session: Advancing a Research Agenda for HIV prevention for Men who have Sex with Men in Asia and the Pacific, sponsored by La Trobe University, UNAIDS and UNESCO at 8th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP). Colombo, Sri Lanka, 19-23 August.

Grierson, J., & Smith, A. M. A. (2007). A social network analysis of gay men's media consumption and organisational affiliations. Sunbelt XXVII, International Sunbelt Social Network Conference/8th European Social Network Conference. Corfu Island, Greece, May 1-6.

Grierson, J., Thorpe, R., & Pitts, M. K. (2007). Trends in antiretroviral uptake, experience and interruption in Australia 1997-2005. 8th International AIDS Impact Conference. Marseille, France, 1-4 July.

McCoy, B. (2007). 'Marlakarti Nyawa, Kurranyu Nyinama, Moving Forwards by Looking Backwards'. Indigenous health: Real solutions for a chronic problem, Garma Key Forum. Galkula, Arnhem Land, August.

McNally, S., Grierson, J., Couch, M., & Pitts, M. K. (2007). The Dynamics and Contexts of Male-to-Male Sex in Indonesia and Thailand. 8th International AIDS Impact Conference. Marseille, France, 1-4 July.

McNally, S., Dutertre, S., & Grierson, J. (2007). No one has sex like this in our community - Australian African and Arabic Speaking Women and HIV Prevention. 8th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP). Colombo, Sri Lanka, 19-23 August.

McNally, S., Grierson, J., Couch, M., & Pitts, M. K. (2007). Same-sex-seeking cultures and patterns of sex between men in Indonesia and Thailand. 8th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP). Colombo, Sri Lanka, 19-23 August.

McNally, S., Dutertre, S., & Grierson, J. (2007). Where does Cultural Sensitivity Fit? African and Arabic Speaking Women in Australia and HIV Prevention. 8th International AIDS Impact Conference. Marseille, France, July 1-4.

Mitchell, A., Mann, R., & Horsley, P. (2007). We treat everyone the same: Why make a special effort for gay, lesbian, bisexual and intersex consumers. Participate in health conference: Making it work. Melbourne, February.

Mitchell, A. (2007). What do we know? What can we do? Putting research into practice in adolescent sexuality. 18th Congress of the World Association for Sexual Health. Sydney, April.

Pitts, M. K. (2007). Androgen replacement therapy in men - uses, misuse and abuse. World Association for Sexual Health conference 1st World Congress for Sexual Health Achieving Health, Pleasure, Respect. Sydney, 16 April.

Pitts, M. K. (2007). Androgen replacement therapy in men - uses, misuse and abuse. Andrology Symposium. Adelaide, 25-26 May.

Pitts, M. K. (2007). Don't Call Us, We'll Call You: Getting research outcomes into policy and practice. Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing OHS Research Round Table on Hearing Loss Prevention. Mercure Hotel, Mercure Sydney Airport, 20 Levy Street, Arncliffe, 10 December.

Pitts, M. K., Couch, M., Mulcare, H., & Mitchell, A. (2007). Health and well-being of non-heterosexual men and women in Australia: A report from the Private Lives Survey. 8th International AIDS Impact Conference. Marseille, France, 1-4 July.

Pitts, M. K. (2007). How do we talk and educate the lay public about HPV and a vaccine?AOGIN (Asia Oceania Research Organisation on Genital Infections & Neoplasia) Annual Conference 2007: Is this the end to cervical cancer? The impact of vaccination & HPV DNA testing. Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne, 23 June.

Pitts, M. K., Grierson, J., & Thorpe, R. (2007). Living and working with HIV: Results from HIV Futures Surveys, 1997-2005. Poster presentation at 8th International AIDS Impact Conference. Marseille, France, 1-4 July.

Pitts, M. K., Couch, M., Mulcare, H., & Mitchell, A. (2007). Self-reported health of non-heterosexual men and women in Australia: A report from the Private Lives Survey. 8th International AIDS Impact Conference. Marseille, France, 1-4 July.

Pitts, M. K. (2007). TranZnation: A report on the health and wellbeing of transgender people in Australia and New Zealand; presentation. Ministerial Advisory Committee on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Health and Wellbeing meeting. Department of Human Services, Melbourne, 6 February.

Pitts, M. K., Dyson, S., Mullins, R., & Broun, K. (2007). What do women need to know about HPV as a 'test for cure' following cervical dysplasia?EUROGIN 2007: First Patient Education Conference - Sharing Experience and Action. Monte-Carlo, Monaco, 4 October.

Pitts, M. K. (2007). What makes a successful research team?Research and Graduate Studies Office seminar. La Trobe University. Melbourne, 15 March.

Russell, J. M. (2007). Commonalities, concerns and potentials: Dyadic perspectives in the psychosocial care of women living with HIV/AIDS in Australia. Invited paper at Australasian Sexual Health Conference 2007. Australasian Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine. Conrad Jupiters, Gold Coast, Queensland, 8-10 October.

Sean Slavin (presenting author), Reitze, M., & Dowsett, G. W. (2007). Sexuality theory and research training internationally in the era of AIDS. 6th International Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Lima, Peru, 28 June.

Slavin, S., & Couch, M. (2007). Achieving sexuality justice: Is a rights-based discourse enough?6th International Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Lima, June.

Slavin, S. (2007). Pleasure and Risk: Crystal methamphetamine use among gay men in Sydney and Melbourne. Paper and poster at World Association for Sexual Health Conference. Sydney, April.

Slavin, S. (2007). What's all this hype about crystal meth among gay men? Invited Oral Presentation at Psychosocial aspects of HIV/AIDS: Emerging themes. Melbourne, May.

Temple-Smith, M. J., Mak, D., Watson, J., & Bastian, L. (2007). Conversant with Chlamydia or Completely Clueless? Knowledge and Skills of Western Australian GPs Prior To The Implementation of A Chlamydia Campaign. 18th Congress of the World Association for Sexual Health and the 1st World Congress on Sexual Health. Sydney, 15-19 April.

Thorpe, R., Grierson, J., & Pitts, M. K. (2007). Gender differences in HIV service use in a national sample of HIV positive Australians. 8th International AIDS Impact Conference. Marseille, France, 1-4 July.

Bennett, L. R. (2006). Introduction: Locations of Spirituality. Edited Volume of Conference Proceedings at Locations of Spirituality: Experiences and Writings of the Sacred. Conference held at the Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University, 26-27 October.

Bennett, L. R., & Hokari, M. (2006). Locations of Spirituality: Experiences and Writings of the Sacred - Edited Conference Proceedings. Locations of Spirituality: Experiences and Writings of the Sacred. ANU epress. Canberra.

Bennett, L. R., & Parker, L. (2006). Zina and Modernity: The socially embedded moralities of premarital sex for Indonesian youth. 16 Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, Unversity of Wollongong. Wollongong, June.

Brown, G., & Hallett, J. (2006). Thinking on your fingers - development and implementation of outreach online. Oral presentation at National HIV Educators Conference.

Brown, G., & Hallett, J. (2006). Thinking on your fingers - social research to outreach online. Oral presentation at National HIV, AIDS and Related Diseases Social Research Conference.

Carballo-Diéguez, A., Ventuneac, A., Dolezal, C., Balán, I., Remien, R. H., Dowsett, G. W., Rowe, M., Frasca, T., & Nodin, N. (2006). Bareback sex and the Internet: MSM who seek men online for intentional unprotected anal intercourse (UAI). Poster presentation at XVI international AIDS Conference. Toronto, Canada, 13-18 August.

Dowsett, G. W. (2006). Final Plenary Panel member, and member Scientific Advisory Committee at 'Risks and Responsibilities': Male Sexual Health and HIV in Asia and the Pacific International Consultation. New Delhi, India, 23-26 September.

Dowsett, G. W. (2006). Gay men, 'bareback' sex online, and HIV prevention: The masculinisation of risk. Published abstract at XVI international AIDS Conference. Toronto, Canada, 13-18 August.

Dowsett, G. W. (2006). Gender, Culture and Male Sexual Identities: Implications for HIV/STI Prevention. Discussant at XVI international AIDS Conference - EnGender Health Satellite Meeting. Toronto, Canada, 13 August.

Dowsett, G. W. (2006). HIV Prevention among Men who have Sex with Men (MSM). Panel presentation at XVI international AIDS Conference - amfAR Satellite Symposium. Toronto, Canada, 17 August.

Dowsett, G. W. (2006). MSM and HIV: Advancing a Global Agenda for Gay Men and other Men who have Sex with Men. Workshop presentation and Day 1 rapporteur at XVI international AIDS Conference - pre-conference Satellite Meeting. Toronto, Canada, 10-11 August.

Dyson, S. (2006). (Ms)recognition and domains of speakability: Coming out in heterosexualised spaces. the Hetero Factory. Norrkoping, Sweden, June.

Dyson, S. (2006). A whole school approach to sexuality education: Is it any different?8th Congress of the European Federation of Sexology. Prague, Czech Republic, June.

Flood, M. (2006). Keynote Address: Violence Prevention With Men: Strategies and Challenges. II International Colloquium of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Guadalajara, Mexico, 21-23 June.

Fox, C. (2006). It's Hate and Intolerance Not Fear! the Hetero Factory. Norrkoping, Sweden, June.

Fox, C. (2006). The Penis in Words. Poster at 8th Congress of the European Federation of Sexology. Prague, Czech Republic, June.

Fox, C. (2006). Sizing up the Man: How Important is Penis Size to Men. 8th Congress of the European Federation of Sexology. Prague, Czech Republic, June.

McCoy, B. (2006). Contested Sites: Aboriginal Health Engaging Western Medicine. Negotiating the Sacred III: Religion, Medicine and the Body. The Centre for Cross-Cultural Research, ANU, 2-3 November.

McCoy, B. (2006). Generational Trauma and Indigenous Men's Health. World on the Edge, The Society for Applied Anthropology 66th Annual Meeting. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 28 March-2 April.

McCoy, B. (2006). Healing the Aboriginal Body: Outside the Clinic. Tackling the Determinants of Health: From bush to Bondi, 37th Public Health Association of Australia Annual Conference. Sydney, 25-27 September.

McCoy, B. (2006). Maparn: Traditionalist health and healing in a western and Christian world. Shamanic Practices, East-Asian Local Religions and Indigenous Peoples: Encounter with Christianity. Taitung, Taiwan, 7-9 February.

McCoy, B. (2006). Outside the Ward and Clinic: Healing the Aboriginal Body. Beyond Science and Art: Anthropology and the Unification of Knowledge. Australian Anthropology Annual Conference, James Cook University, Cairns, 27-30 September.

McCoy, B. (2006). Petrol Sniffing: Social Pathways and Desert Practice. Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and Other Drugs (APSAD) Conference. Cairns, 5-8 November.

McCoy, B. (2006). Suicide and desert men: The power and protection of kanyirninpa (holding). Creating Futures: Influencing Social Determinants of Mental Health and Well-Being in Rural, Indigenous and Island Peoples, The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists Section of Social and Cultural Psychiatry, Triennial Conference. Cairns, 4-7 September.

Pitts, M. K. (2006). HPV: What Have Men Got to do With it? AOGIN 2nd Biennial Conference: Breakthroughs & Issues in HPV Genital Infections & Neoplasia. Mactan, Cebu, Philippines, 8 September.

Pitts, M. K. (2006). Poor safe sex practices in middle aged and older Australian men: Men in Australia Telephone Survey (MATeS). Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Melbourne, 9-11 October.

Pitts, M. K. (2006). Psychosocial Aspects of HPV. AOGIN 2nd Biennial Conference: "Breakthroughs & Issues in HPV Genital Infections & Neoplasia.". Mactan, Cebu, Philippines, 8 September.

Pitts, M. K., Couch, M., & Mulcare, H. (2006). Self-reported health and non-heterosexual men and women in Australia: A report from the Private Lives Survey. The Australian Sociological Association 2006 Conference. University of Western Australia and Murdoch University, 4-7 December.

Pitts, M. K., Dyson, S., Garland, S., & Rosenthal, D. A. (2006). What do women know about HPV? EUROGIN 2006: 6th International Multidisciplinary Congress. Paris, April.

Pitts, M. K. (2006). Women's Health Issues: Adolescence, Sexuality and STI infections. AOGIN 2nd Biennial Conference: "Breakthroughs & Issues in HPV Genital Infections & Neoplasia". Mactan, Cebu, Philippines, 8 September.

Temple-Smith, M. J., & McNally, S. (2006). Considering treatment for hepatitis C. 5th Australian Viral Hepatitis Conference. Sydney, 20th-22nd February.

Temple-Smith, M. J., McNally, S., Wallace, J., Pitts, M. K., & Smith, A. M. A. (2006). Laws, regulations and guidelines relating to hepatitis C: A help or hindrance to public health?Public Health Association. Sydney, 25-28 September.

Temple-Smith, M. J., Jenkinson, K., Wallace, J., & Gifford, S. (2006). Pharmacy out of balance or custom-made? Investigating hepatitis C related discrimination. Australian Professional Society on Alcohol and Other Drugs. Cairns, 5-9 November.

Ventuneac, A., Carballo-Diéguez, A., Rowe, M., Frasca, T., Nodin, N., Balán, I., Remien, R., Dowsett, G. W., Lin, P., & Dolezal, C. (2006). Internet recruitment techniques for face-to-face interviews of men who have sex with men. Poster at XVI international AIDS Conference. Toronto, Canada, 13-18 August.

Bennett, L. R. (2005). Zina and Reproductive/Sex Education for Muslim Youth in Indonesia. 4th International symposium of the Journal Anthropology Indonesia. Depok, Indonesia, July.

Brown, G., & Hallett, J. (2005). CyberReach Project - Action research in practice. Oral presentation at Public Health Association of Australian Annual Conference.

Brown, G., Maycock, B., & Hallett, J. (2005). CyberReach Project: - Same sex attracted youth and Internet chat rooms. Oral Presentation at Youth Affairs Conference of Western Australia.

Brown, G., & Hallett, J. (2005). Know your environment before outreaching- from research to funded Internet outreach project. Oral presentation at Public Health Association of Australian Annual Conference.

Brown, G., & Lobo, R. (2005). Peer outreach and same sex attracted youth - changing needs of SSAY. Poster presentation at Australasian Sexual Health Conference.

Brown, G. (2005). POSSAY Project - changing needs of SSAY. Oral presentation at Public Health Association of Australian Annual Conference.

Brown, G., & Lobo, R. (2005). POSSAY Project: Changing experiences of same sex attracted youth. Oral presentation at Youth Affairs Conference of Western Australia.

Couch, M., Jeyapaul, S., Abraham, K. K., Pitts, M. K., & Grierson, J. (2005). Futures Tamil Nadu: An Indian-Australian collaboration in the transfer of knowledge. 5th International Conference on AIDS INDIA, Transfer of Knowledge. Chennai, India, October.

Couch, M., & Pitts, M. K. (2005). Limits on how bisexuals, and their health, are seen by researchers. Health in Difference: 5th National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Health Conference. Melbourne, January.

Couch, M. (2005). The social, the cultural, and evidence for practice in HIV/AIDS research in the Greater Mekong Subregion. Promoting Standards for Socio-Cultural Research on the Issues of HIV/AIDS and Trafficking, United Nations Educational, Scinetific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). Bangkok, Thailand, September.

Couch, M., McNally, S., Pitts, M. K., & Grierson, J. (2005). Using the category MSM (men who have sex with men) in the Asia-Pacific region: Towards recognition of sexual experience and practice or its misrecognition. The 7th Conference of the Asia-Pacific Sociological Association, Human Securities in the Asia Pacific Region. Bangkok and Mahidol University, Salaya Campus, Thailand, December.

Dowsett, G. W. (2005). AIDS and moral panics. Plenary presentation at "Sexual Rights and Moral Panics": The 5th International Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sex, Culture and Society. San Fransisco, USA, June.

Dowsett, G. W. (2005). Moving masculinities and social change: Why do men matter. The International Conference on Moving Masculinities: Crossing Regional and Historical Borders. Canberra, November.

Edwards, J., & Brown, G. (2005). Same Sky Project. Oral Presentation at Youth Affairs Conference of Western Australia.

Flood, M. (2005). Boys, Young Men and Gender Equality. United Nations Commission on the Status of Women. New York, USA, March.

Flood, M. (2005). Raising the profile of domestic violence as a gender-based issue. Women's Domestic Violence Court Assistance Program Conference, Legal Aid Commision. Sydney, August-Sept.

Grierson, J. (2005). Culture, context and collaboration: Building dynamic understandings of the lived experience of HIV through research partnerships. Pan Pacific Regional HIV/AIDS Conference. Auckland, New Zealand, October.

Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., Wain, D., Pitts, M. K., & Pattison, P. (2005). Gay Men's Social and Sexual Networks: Patterns of communication around unprotected sex. Presentation at 7th International Congress on Aids in the Asia Pacific (ICAAP7). Kobe, Japan, July.

Grierson, J., Thorpe, R., McDonald, K., & Pitts, M. K. (2005). Gendered Patterns of antiretroviral uptake and experience: 1997 to 2003. 7th International AIDS Impact Conference. Cape Town, South Africa, April.

Grierson, J. (2005). Motivations and consequences of treatment interruptions from the patient perspective. The 3rd IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis and Treatment. Rio de Janerio, Brazil, July.

Grierson, J., McNally, S., Dowsett, G. W., Pitts, M. K., & Couch, M. (2005). MSM: Useful category or conceptual dead end? 7th International Congress on Aids in the Asia Pacific (ICAAP7). Kobe, Japan, July.

Grierson, J., & Batrouney, C. (2005). Selling HIV Negativity. 7th International AIDS Impact Conference. Cape Town, South Africa, April.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., Thorpe, R., & O'Brien, M. (2005). Social correlates of co-infection with HIV and hepatitis C. The 3rd IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis and Treatment. Rio de Janerio, Brazil, July.

Hillier, L., & Mitchell, A. (2005). Successful strategies to combat homophobic bullying - VicHealth Seminar. Creating Safe and Caring School Communities. Melbourne, October.

Hurley, M. (2005). Sexual ethics and risk management amongst Australian gay men. HIV and Gay Health. New concepts, new approaches, Paris, the Warning Association. Paris, France, November.

Hurley, M. (2005). Ways of Doing Gay and their implications for HIV Prevention and Health Promotion amongst Gay Men. HIV and Gay Health. New concepts, new approaches, Paris, the Warning Association. Paris, France, November.

McCoy, B. (2005). Kanyirninpa: Health, Masculinity and Wellbeing of Desert Aboriginal Men. 10 Poster Charts at. Melbourne, March.

McCoy, B. (2005). The Power of Kanyirninpa (holding) for Indigenous Health. Poster presentation at International Network of Indigenous Health Knowledge and Development 2nd Bi-Annual Meeting. Vancouver, Canada, 1-4 October.

McNally, S. (2005). Does a Rights- Based Approach to Development Offer New Ways of Responding to HIV. 7th International Congress on Aids in the Asia Pacific (ICAAP7). Kobe, Japan, July.

Mitchell, A. (2005). Don't call us, we'll call you: A university-based research into practice model. Launch of Quality of Life and Social Justice Flagship. Australian Catholic University, February.

Mitchell, A. (2005). Putting the "Hetero" in front of sexism: An agenda for lesbian health. 5th Australian Women's Health Conference. Melbourne, April.

Pitts, M. K., Grierson, J., Thorpe, R., & Saunders, M. (2005). Ageing with HIV. 7th International AIDS Impact Conference. Cape Town, South Africa, April.

Pitts, M. K., Grierson, J., Thorpe, R., O'Brien, M., & Saunders, M. (2005). Co-infection with HIV and hepatitis C. 7th International AIDS Impact Conference. Cape Town, South Africa, 4-7 April.

Pitts, M. K., Choi, P., & Drixti, L. (2005). How do anabolic steroid users differ from non-users? A case-control study. ISSP 11th World Congress of Sport Psychology. Sydney, August.

Pitts, M. K., Holden, C. A., Handelsman, D. J., McLaughin, R., Wittert, G., & de Kretser, D. M. (2005). (MATeS) Men in Australia Telephone Survey: Sexual activity, fertility and contraceptive use in middle aged and older men. British Psychological Society Health Psychology Conference. Coventry, UK, September.

Pitts, M. K., Holden, C. A., Handelsman, D. J., McLaughin, R., Wittert, G., & de Kretser, D. M. (2005). (MATeS) Men in Australia Telephone Survey: Sexual activity, fertility and contraceptive use in middle aged and older men. Sexual Health Conference. Hobart, August.

Pitts, M. K. (2005). Psychosocial aspects of HPV/DNA testing. AOGIN Conference. Sabah, Malaysia, July.

Pitts, M. K. (2005). So what went right? Successes and failures of HIV prevention in Australia. Keynote address at Public Health Association. Perth, September.

Shelley, J. M. (2005). Women's views of and preferences regarding three approaches to hospital care following first trimester miscarriage. the 7th World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Infertility. Athens, Greece, April.

Smith, A. M. A. (2005). Adolescents, alcohol and sexual health. Australsian Sexual Health Conference. Hobart, August.

Smith, A. M. A. (2005). Population contextual influences on heterosexual partner numbers. 9th IUSTI World Congress. Bangkok, Thailand, November.

Smith, A. M. A. (2005). Social Influence, Social Selection and Gay Men's Behaviour: Do Social Sanctions Play a Role. XXV International Sunbelt Social Network Conference. Redondo Beach, USA, February.

Thomacos, N. (2005). The relationship between wellness and supportive relationships across the lifespan. European Hela Psychology Society Conference. Galway, Ireland, August-Sept.

Thorpe, R., Grierson, J., Saunders, M., & Pitts, M. K. (2005). Health and quality of life: The impact of co-existing healthy conditions among Australian PLWHA. 7th International AIDS Impact Conference. Cape Town, South Africa, April.

Thorpe, R., Grierson, J., & Pitts, M. K. (2005). Time with treatments: Sustained decrease in ARV uptake and increasing complexity of experience:1997 - 2003. 7th International AIDS Impact Conference. Cape Town, South Africa, April.

Willis, J. M. (2005). Bad blackfellas: An Australian moral panic about indigenous family violence and child sexual abuse leads to the demise of the aboriginal and Torres Strait islander commission. 5th Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society Conference. San Francisco State University, San Francisco, June. Culture, Health and Sexuality.

Brown, G., & Turnbull, M. (2004). Passion Power and Peers: The capacity and limitations of peer based strategies and participation in sustainable mental health promotion strategies. Oral Poster Presentation at World Health Promotion and Education Conference.

Brown, G., & Turnbull, M. (2004). Passion, Power and Peers: The capacity and limitations of peer based strategies and participation in sustainable mental health promotion strategies. Oral presentation at National HIV / AIDS Educators Conference.

Brown, G., & Maycock, B. (2004). Sex in two cities: Gay men, risk and HIV in Perth and Sydney. Oral presentation at World Health Promotion and Education Conference.

Brown, G., & Maycock, B. (2004). Sex in two cities: Gay men, risk and HIV in Perth and Sydney. Oral presentation at National HIV / AIDS Educators Conference.

Brown, G., & Maycock, B. (2004). Your picture is your bait: Cyberspace meanings, gay men and outreach. Oral presentation at Rigour and Vigour - Directions in HIV Prevention.

Bruce, N. (2004). Active Consumers Participating in Breast Health. 18th World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education. Melbourne, April.

Carballo-Diéguez, A., Shedlin, M., Dowsett, G. W., Remien, R., Lin, P., Dolezal, C., Balan, C., & Ventuneac, A. (2004). "Barebacking" and the Internet: Ethnography of popular sites used by gay men to meet others for intentionally unprotected anal sex (presenting author: Carballo-Diéguez, A). XV International AIDS Conference. Bangkok, Thailand, 11-16 July.

Carballo-Diéguez, A., Shedlin, M., Dowsett, G. W., Remien, R., Lin, P., Dolezal, C., Balan, I., & Ventuneac, A. (2004). Ethnography of "Bareback" Internet Services. Oral presentation made by co-author A Carballo-Diéguez at International Academy of Sex Research Annual Meeting. Helsinki, Finland, 16-19 June.

Dowsett, G. W., McNally, S., & Grierson, J. (2004). MSM - a catch-all term that catches little: Rethinking MSM epidemiology and prevention in Asia following a review of MSM research in four countries (presenting author: Stephen McNally). XV International AIDS Conference. Bangkok, Thailand, July.

Dowsett, G. W., McNally, S., & Grierson, J. (2004). MSM-a catch-all term that catches little: Rethinking MSM as a category for prevention following a four-country review of MSM research in the Asian region. Poster presented by Stephen McNally at XV International AIDS Conference. Bangkok, Thailand, 11-16 July.

Dowsett, G. W. (2004). A New Gender Issue: Feminists, Gays and HIV/AIDS - Latin America. Invited panelist at Homosexuality and HIV/AIDS: More than a Question of Rights, HIVOS Foundation International Symposium. Amsterdam, 21 October.

Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., Wain, D., & Pitts, M. K. (2004). Gay men's social and sexual networks: Insights into processes of peer influence and social change. XV International AIDS Conference. Bangkok, Thailand, July.

Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., Wain, D., & Pitts, M. K. (2004). Gay men's social and sexual networks: Insights into processes of peer influence and social change. Poster presentation at XV International AIDS Conference. Bangkok, Thailand, July.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., Whyte, M., Hughes, T., & Saxton, P. (2004). Health promotion and health practice: HIV positive gay men's sexual practice in Australia and New Zealand. 13th International Union against Sexually Transmitted Infections Asia Pacific Conference. Chiang Mai, Thailand, July.

Grierson, J. (2004). Health status, service engagement and health management of people living with HIV/AIDS from 1997 to 2003. IUSTI Conference on sexually transmitted infections. Island of Myconos, Greece, October.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., & Smith, A. M. A. (2004). Processes of peer influence and social change in gay men's social networks. 33rd Annual meeting of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists. Auckland, New Zealand, April.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., Smith, A. M. A., & Perri, V. (2004). Social and health correlates of STI incidence in sexually active adults. 13th International Union against Sexually Transmitted Infections Asia Pacific Conference. Chiang Mai, Thailand, July.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., & Smith, A. M. A. (2004). A social identity approach to HIV community among gay men. 33rd Annual meeting of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists. Auckland, New Zealand, April.

Hillier, L., & Turner, A. (2004). It was when I fell for Supergirl instead of Superman. Australian and International Feminisms Conference. Where we've been and where we are going: Celebrating 30 years of Hecate. Sydney, December.

Hurley, M. (2004). Evolution of Community Response to HIV in Australia. 18th World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education. Melbourne, April.

Hurley, M. (2004). HIV Education and Health Promotion in Australia. 18th World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education. Melbourne, April.

McNally, S., Pitts, M. K., Temple-Smith, M. J., & Sievert, W. (2004). Now, Later or Never: Challenges of Hepatitis C Treatment for Injecting Drug Users. 15th International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harm. April.

McNally, S., Pitts, M. K., & Temple-Smith, M. J. (2004). Now, Later or Never: Making decisions about Hepatitis C treatment. New Technologies, New Responses, the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases (HHARD) Social Research Conference and the AFAO/NAPWA HIV Educators' Conference. Sydney, May.

McNally, S., Pitts, M. K., & Temple-Smith, M. J. (2004). Now, Later or Never: When to refer a patient with Hepatitis C. 4th Australasian Hepatitis C Conference. Canberra, E2.

McNally, S., Grierson, J., & Pitts, M. K. (2004). Valuing Social Research: Using collaborative research to understand the lived experience of HIV positive communities. 13th International Union against Sexually Transmitted Infections Asia Pacific Conference. Chiang Mai, Thailand, July.

Mitchell, A. (2004). Don't call us, we'll call you: The work of the community liaison and education unit at ARCSHS. School of Population Health, University of Melbourne. Melbourne.

Mitchell, A., & Azzopardi, S. (2004). Safety in our schools: A whole schools approach to responding to homophobia. 18th World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education. Melbourne, April.

Morris, K., & Willis, J. M. (2004). Ethical Issues in Defensive Screening Practice. 18th World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education. Melbourne, April.

Pitts, M. K., Grierson, J., Hurley, M., Willis, J. M., Thorpe, R., & Misson, S. (2004). Discrimination - experiences and consequences from a PLWHA perspective. Poster presentation at XV International AIDS Conference. Bangkok, Thailand, July.

Pitts, M. K., Grierson, J., Thorpe, R., Misson, S., Hurley, M., & Willis, J. M. (2004). Growing older with HIV. Oral presentation MoOrD1092 at XV International AIDS Conference. Bangkok, Thailand, July.

Pitts, M. K. (2004). HIV and the role of social research. 18th World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education. Melbourne, April.

Pitts, M. K., Johnson, K., Hillier, L., & Strong, R. (2004). Screened Out! Cervical screening and women with disabilities. 18th World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education. Melbourne, April.

Rawstorne, P., Fogarty, A., Crawford, J., Prestage, G., Grierson, J., & Kippax, S. C. (2004). Esoteric sex practices and less education distinguish HIV positive men who 'frequently' compared with 'occasionally' engage in risky UAIC acts. XV International AIDS Conference. Bangkok, Thailand, July.

Shelley, J. M. (2004). VicMist - The Victorian Miscarriage Treatment Study. MBF Research Awards - Project update for MBF Staff. April.

Slavin, S., Batrouney, C., & Murphy, D. J. (2004). Scared witless: An examination of the use of fear in HIV prevention. 18th World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education. Melbourne, April.

Smith, A. M. A. (2004). FutureSex 2054: A speculative sexology. 13th International Union against Sexually Transmitted Infections Asia Pacific Conference. Chiang Mai, Thailand, July.

Smith, A. M. A., Grierson, J., Wain, D., Pitts, M. K., & Patterson, P. (2004). Personal, Contextual and Network Influences on Gay Men's Behaviour. XXIV International Sunbelt Social Network Conference. Portoro, Slovinia, May.

Smith, A. M. A. (2004). Sexual Networks, social processes and risk: Implications for intervention. 13th International Union against Sexually Transmitted Infections Asia Pacific Conference. Chiang Mai, Thailand, July.

Temple-Smith, M. J., Jenkinson, K., Gifford, S., Browne, J., & O'Brien, M. (2004). What's the drill: Exploring dentists' views on treating people with Hepatitis C. Victorian Rural Health Forum, Country AIDS Network. Bendigo, November.

Thorpe, R., Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., & Thomas, N. (2004). Rural, regional, suburban or urban: Findings from the HIV Futures 4 study of Australian PLWHA, 3rd "Futures". Victorian Rural Health Forum, Country AIDS Network. Bendigo, November.

Willis, J. M., Hurley, M., Pitts, M. K., & Grierson, J. (2004). The impact of industry structure and social organisation on male sex worker work practice. XV International AIDS Conference. Bangkok, Thailand, July.

Willis, J. M. (2004). The role of people living with HIV/AIDS in HIV prevention. 18th World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education. Melbourne, April.

Bennett, L. R. (2003). Between agency and coercion: The polemics of sexual secrets for single Indonesian women. Sex and secrecy: 4th Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society, University of Witwatersrand. Johannesburg, South Africa, June.

Dowsett, G. W. (2003). Activism, Community and HIV/AIDS. Colegia de México. México City, México, 4 November.

Dowsett, G. W. (2003). Good gay men don't get messy: Sex, drugs and secrets. Panel presentation to 'Sex and Secrecy' at 4th International Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sex, Culture and Society. Johannesburg, South Africa, 22-25 June.

Dowsett, G. W. (2003). Sexual Cultures, Identities and Meanings of HIV/AIDS: Exploring diversity and commonalities. WHO symposium at the 2003XVI World Congress of Sexology of the World Association for Sexology. Havana, Cuba, 10-14 March.

Dowsett, G. W. (2003). Sexuality Theory, Sex Research and HIV/AIDS: New Challenges, New Ways Forward. Colegia de México. México City, México, 3 November.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., & Smith, A. M. A. (2003). Part of it by proxy: A social identity approach to HIV community among gay men. 17th European Health Psychology Society Conference. Kos, Greece, September.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., Denholm, N., Whyte, M., Hughes, T., Saxton, P., & Misson, S. (2003). Protective silences: The experiences of refugees with HIV in New Zealand. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Christchurch, New Zealand, June.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., & Smith, A. M. A. (2003). Social and sexual networks as health promoting structures. 17th European Health Psychology Society Conference. Kos, Greece, September.

Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., & Wain, D. (2003). Social and sexual networks provide a new perspective for understanding gay men's sexual practice. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Christchurch, New Zealand, June.

Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., & Wain, D. (2003). Social network structure is predictive of aspects of gay men's sexual behaviour. 6th Aids Impact Conference: Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Milan, Italy, July.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., Whyte, M., Hughes, T., Saxton, P., & Misson, S. (2003). A tale of two intents: HIV positive gay men's sexual practice in Australia and New Zealand. 6th Aids Impact Conference: Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Milan, Italy, July.

Horsley, P. (2003). Sexuality and menopause. 7th Australasian Menopause Society Congress. Hobart, August.

Mitchell, A., & Ollis, D. (2003). Talking Sexual Health: Putting research into practice. Workshop presentation at Royal Children's Hospital Expo Conference. Melbourne, March.

O'Brien, M., Grierson, J., & Misson, S. (2003). The social and health consequences of living with HIV when co-infected with hepatitis C. 6th Aids Impact Conference: Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Milan, Italy, July.

Paxton, S. (2003). HIV testing of pregnant women - the social implications. Invited Plenary at 2nd Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual Health. Bangkok, Thailand, October.

Pitts, M. K. (2003). Sex and sexuality in the land of Oz. Keynote Presentation at British Psychological Society Health Psychology Conference. Stafford, United Kingdom, September.

Pitts, M. K., & Grierson, J. (2003). Understanding the positive experience: Researching with people living with HIV/AIDS. Making Sense of Health, Illness and Disease, 2nd Global Conference. St Hilda's College, Oxford, United Kingdom, July.

Pitts, M. K., Smith, A. M. A., Grierson, J., O'Brien, M., & Misson, S. (2003). Who pays for sex and why? An analysis of social and motivational factors associated with clients of sex workers. 6th Aids Impact Conference: Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Milan, Italy, July.

Pitts, M. K. (2003). Why are women anxious and what are they anxious about? Cervical Cancer Not Yet Beaten - And at What Cost. Centre for the Study of Women's and Children's Health. Melbourne, July.

Rawstorne, P., Song, A., Prestage, G., Grierson, J., & Kippax, S. C. (2003). Community in the lives of people living with HIV or AIDS (PLWHA): Has anything changed. 6th Aids Impact Conference: Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Milan, Italy, July.

Smith, A. M. A. (2003). Adolescent sexual health: Insights from the Australian Study of Health and Relationships. Invited plenary address at Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Christchurch, New Zealand, June.

Willis, J. M., & Saunders, M. (2003). Between a rock and a hard place: Exploring racism and homophobia in the lives of gay-identified Aboriginal men in Melbourne, Australia. Sex and secrecy: 4th Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society, University of Witwatersrand. Johannesburg, South Africa, June.

Banwell, C., Bammer, G., Main, N., Gifford, S., & O'Brien, M. (2002). Contraceptive use by women living with hepatitis C. Hepatitis C, 3rd Australasian Conference. Melbourne, March.

Bennett, L. R. (2002). Indonesian Women, Reproductive Rights and Islam. Rebuilding Indonesia a nation of 'unity in diversity': Towards a mulitcutural society. 3rd International Symposium of the Journal of Anthropology Indonesia. Denpasar, June.

Bentley, R., Kavanagh, A. M., & Smith, A. M. A. (2002). A multilevel analysis of the influence of group-level socio-economic status and individual-level social class on contraception use in Britain. The Australasian Epidemiological Association Conference. Wellington, New Zealand, September.

Bentley, R., Kavanagh, A. M., & Smith, A. M. A. (2002). Sociocultural determinants of contraception use: Working towards a multilevel framework. British Society of Population Studies Conference. Newcastle, UK, September.

Brown, G., & Maycock, B. (2002). Gay men in smaller cities experiences of sexuality, risk and HIV. Poster presentation at World AIDS Conference.

Dowsett, G. W., Wain, D., Peterson, K., & Voon, D. (2002). Double Jeopardy: Findings from project HIGH on gay men who inject drugs and prevention education in Melbourne, Australia. XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Dowsett, G. W., & Keys, D. (2002). Peer Education among injecting drug users: An acclaimed strategy, yet a divergent educational practice. Poster at XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Dowsett, G. W. (2002). Sexuality and gender: Difference and diversity. XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Dowsett, G. W. (2002). Social Research: A resource, a critic, a servant? (invited paper). Retrospectives - HIV/AIDS in Australian: Historical Perspectives on an Epidemic. Sydney, May.

Flood, M., Kenyon, M., Power, J., & Kaitani, M. (2002). Pacific Men's Health Workshop Report. Pacific Men's Health Workshop. Australian Reproductive Health Alliance, Canberra. Nadi, Fiji, 14-18 October.

Gifford, S., Dy, D., O'Brien, M., & Nguyen, K. (2002). The social context of hepatitis C among Cambodian and Vietnamese women living in Melbourne. Hepatitis C, 3rd Australasian Conference. Melbourne, March.

Grierson, J., Misson, S., McDonald, K., Hurley, M., Willis, J. M., & O'Brien, M. (2002). From here to uncertainty: National shifts in ARC uptake, interruptions, experience and attitudes. Poster at XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Grierson, J., Misson, S., Pitts, M. K., Hurley, M., Willis, J. M., & O'Brien, M. (2002). Live to tell: Disclosure, support and collective identification among PLWHA. Poster presentation at XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Haque Azizul, A. H. M., Dowsett, G. W., & Ahmed Shale, M. (2002). Researching the dimensions of MSM activity in Dhaka, Bangladesh, to assess the risk of HIV/STD transmission and develop prevention programs. Poster at XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Hero, A., Haque Azizul, A. H. M., Ahmed Shale, M., & Dowsett, G. W. (2002). Looking out from the inside: Male sexualities, gender, identities, HIV/AIDS and dance in Bangladesh. Poster at XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Hillier, L. (2002). From the moral to the safety arena: Positive paradigm change in research and practice with same sex attracted young people. Making a positive difference: From research to the real world. 37th Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference. Gold Coast, September.

Hillier, L., Kurdas, C., & Horsley, P. (2002). 'It's just easier': The internet as a safety Net for same sex attracted young people. Expanding the vision for youth health and well being. Australian and New Zealand Adolescent Health Conference. Melbourne, March.

Hurley, M., Grierson, J., Willis, J. M., McDonald, K., & Pitts, M. K. (2002). HIV positive gay male sex requires new policy and educational environments. Poster at XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Hurley, M., Ryan, D., Dowsett, G. W., & Misson, S. (2002). Innovative developments in community-based action research. Poster at XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Hurley, M., Ryan, D., Dowsett, G. W., & Misson, S. (2002). Rethinking the relation between media circuits, gay men and health promotion. Poster at XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Kavanagh, A. M. (2002). The significance place to understanding social inequalities in health. The Australasian Epidemiological Association Conference. Wellington, New Zealand, September.

Kelly, A. (2002). Facilitating sexuality or mourning sexuality? The challenge is ours. Beyong the Basics, 4th Biennial International Dementia Conference. Sydney, June.

MacPhail, C., Campbell, C., & Pitts, M. K. (2002). Operationalizing the dual use of traditional and western health care for STIs and HIV. Poster presentation at XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

McDonald, K., Grierson, J., Hurley, M., Willis, J. M., & Pitts, M. K. (2002). Gender differences in antiretroviral uptake and attitude in Australia. XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

McDonald, K., & Kirkman, M. (2002). HIV-positive women's use of and attitudes to antiretroviral treatments during pregnancy in Australia. XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Milburn, N., Mallett, S., Rosenthal, D. A., Dowsett, G. W., Brooks, R., Witkin, A., Rossiter, B., Myers, P., Ayala, G., & Rotheram, M. (2002). HIV prevention for homeless youth: Change in the system-of-care. Poster at XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Mitchell, A., Walsh, J., & Rosenthal, D. A. (2002). Duty of care: Getting the needs of same sex attracted young people on the policy agenda. The Society for Research on Adolescence, 9th Biennial meeting. New Orleans, April.

Mitchell, A. (2002). Safety in our schools: Looking at the issues of same sex attraction. Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Annual Conference. Melbourne, November.

Mitchell, A., & Ollis, D. (2002). Talking Sexual Health: A national evidence-based package for sexuality education in secondary schools. Expanding the vision for youth health and well being. Australian and New Zealand Adolescent Health Conference. Melbourne, March.

Mitchell, A., & Ollis, D. (2002). Teaching for a positive sexuality. Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Annual Conference. Melbourne, November.

O'Brien, M., Pitts, M. K., & Grierson, J. (2002). Blood borne viruses and drug using risk for juvenile justice clients: An analysis of interventions and worker practices in Victoria, Australia. XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

O'Brien, M., Byrne, J., Gifford, S., Banwell, C., & Bammer, G. (2002). Living with hepatitis C while currently using drugs - women's experiences. Hepatitis C, 3rd Australasian Conference. Melbourne, March.

O'Brien, M. (2002). Managing blood borne virus and other drug use risks for young people in the juvenile justice system. Hepatitis C, 3rd Australasian Conference. Melbourne, March.

O'Brien, M. (2002). Researching health issues in Juvenile Justice Systems. Making a positive difference: From research to the real world 37th Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference. Gold Coast, September.

Paxton, S. (2002). Current Trends in HIV Testing- The implications for women. The Asian and Pacific Islander Summit on HIV/AIDS Research. Oakland, California, November.

Paxton, S. (2002). HIV/AIDS Research Initiated by Persons Living with HIV/AIDS in the Asia Pacific Region. The Asian and Pacific Islander Summit on HIV/AIDS Research. Oakland, California, November.

Pitts, M. K., Smith, A. M. A., Grierson, J., Mitchell, A., Misson, S., & Madden, A. (2002). Logging on: The relationship between internet use and adverse sexual outcomes. Poster presentation at XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Pitts, M. K., & Grierson, J. (2002). Positive reciprocity: Researching with HIV positive communities. Making a positive difference: From research to the real world. 37th Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference. Gold Coast, September.

Pitts, M. K., Smith, A. M. A., Madden, A., & Fairley, C. (2002). Triggers and barriers to rapid treatment seeking by clients at a sexual health clinic. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Perth, June.

Smith, A. M. A., Pitts, M. K., Madden, A., & Fairley, C. (2002). Factors associated with delays in treatment seeking by clients at a sexual health clinic. 12th IUSTI Asia-Pacific Congress on STI, HIV/AIDS. Beijing, October.

Smith, A. M. A. (2002). Treatment seeking and STIs. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Perth, June.

Stoové, M., Temple-Smith, M. J., Gifford, S., Smith, A. M. A., & O'Brien, M. (2002). Personal experiences of hepatitis C - Understanding how men cope. Hepatitis C, 3rd Australasian Conference. Melbourne, March.

Temple-Smith, M. J., Stoové, M., Gifford, S., Smith, A. M. A., & O'Brien, M. (2002). Men, health and hep C: A study in progress. Hepatitis C, 3rd Australasian Conference. Melbourne, March.

Temple-Smith, M. J., Stoové, M., Gifford, S., Smith, A. M. A., & O'Brien, M. (2002). Social support needs for hepatitis C - is gender and important consideration. Public Health Association of Australia Conference. Adelaide, September.

Willis, J. M., Wilson, G., Anderson, I., Rosenthal, D. A., Smith, A. M. A., Fairley, C., & McDonald, K. (2002). Improving the sexual health of Indigenous Australians: An evaluation of the Tri-State HIV/STD project. Poster at XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Willis, J. M. (2002). It's disturbing. XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Willis, J. M., Greet, B., Saunders, M., Williams, M., & Murray, M. (2002). Sugar coating the pill: Using the well person's health check to deliver population based sexual health screening. Poster at XIV International AIDS Conference. Barcelona, July.

Brown, G. (2001). Peer Education and Development in cities and communities away from HIV epicentres. Invited Poster Presentation at International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific.

de Visser, R. O. (2001). Which intention? Whose intention? Using the theory of planned behaviour to predict condom use. 15th Annual Conference of the European Health Psychology Society. St Andrews, Scotland, September.

Dowsett, G. W. (2001). 'Johnnie comes marching...where?' Australian gay men, HIV/AIDS, masculinity, sex and health. (Invited paper). Belief systems and the Place of Desire: 3rd Conference of the International Association for Studies in Sex, Culture and Society. Melbourne, October.

Dowsett, G. W. (2001). Masculinities, Sexualities and Desire (invited discussant). Belief systems and the Place of Desire: 3rd Conference of the International Association for Studies in Sex, Culture and Society. Melbourne, October.

Dowsett, G. W. (2001). Uncovering the 'Men' in men's health: Working with desire, diversity and demons (Opening Keynote Address). Common Ground: Men Actively Participating in Community. Adelaide, April.

Grierson, J., & Misson, S. (2001). Correlates of well-being among Australian PLWHA. 6th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP6). Melbourne, October.

Grierson, J., & Misson, S. (2001). Disrupted communities: Being HIV positive in a clinical landscape. 6th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP6). Melbourne, October.

Grierson, J., & Misson, S. (2001). Miserable-ism: Mental health issues for HIV positive people. AIDS Impact Conference. Brighton, UK, July.

Hillier, L., Johnson, K., & Harrison, L. (2001). Sex, secrecy and desire: People with and intellectual disability talk about their lives. 7th Trans Tasman Conference in Community Psychology, Victoria University. Melbourne, April.

Hurley, M. (2001). Combination antiviral therapy and the lives of people with HIV and AIDS in Australian 1995-2001. Poster at 6th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP6). Melbourne, October.

Kavanagh, A. M. (2001). Measuring the impact of place on our health and well-being. Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference, Victorian Health Promotion Conference. Melbourne, September.

Leahy, D., & Harrison, L. (2001). Reproducing and regulating gendered sexual subjectivities within the secondary health education curriculum. Annual Australian Association for Research in Education Conference. Fremantle, Western Australia, December.

Leahy, D., & O'Brien, M. (2001). Teachers making sense of harm minimisation. 2nd International Conference on Drugs and Young People: Exploring the Bigger Picture. Melbourne, April.

Lindsay, J. (2001). 'Partying hard', 'Partying sometimes' or 'Shopping": Socialising and alcohol and drug taking by young workers. 2nd International Conference on Drugs and Young People: Exploring the Bigger Picture. Melbourne, April.

McDonald, K. (2001). 'I always wanted to have children': Motherhood and HIV-positive women in Australia. 6th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP6). Melbourne, October.

Mischewski, A. (2001). Semenographies and seminal desires: Gay men and a culture of semen. Belief systems and the Place of Desire: 3rd Conference of the International Association for Studies in Sex, Culture and Society. Melbourne, October.

Smith, A. M. A. (2001). Examining the sexual habits of Australians: The development of the Australian Study of Health and Relationships (Invited Plenary Address). Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Sydney, May.

Willis, J. M. (2001). Condoms are for Whitefellas: Barriers to Pitjantjatjara men's use of safe sex technologies. Belief systems and the Place of Desire: 3rd Conference of the International Association for Studies in Sex, Culture and Society. Melbourne, October.

Willis, J. M., & Peterson, K. (2001). The fine line between pleasure and paid: The sexual culture of male sex workers in Melbourne, Australia. 6th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP6). Melbourne, October.

Willis, J. M., & Peterson, K. (2001). Masculinity as a business proposition: Melbourne male sex workers and the economics of gender identity. Poster at 6th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP6). Melbourne, October.

Aspin, C., & Hurley, M. (2000). Effective strategies for community based research: An innovative program aimed at strategic ties with community. Poster at XIII International AIDS Conference. Durban, July.

Aspin, C., & Hurley, M. (2000). Effective strategies for community based research: An innovative program aimed at strategic ties with the community. Poster at XIII International AIDS Conference. Durban, July.

Aspin, C. (2000). Strategies for effective advocacy: The role of community base organisations in the development of the fourth national HIV/AIDS strategy in Australia. XIII International AIDS Conference. Durban, July.

Bartos, M., McDonald, K., & Grierson, J. (2000). Antiretroviral treatments and HIV-positive adults' sexual practice. XIII International AIDS Conference. Durban, July.

Bartos, M., Grierson, J., & de Visser, R. O. (2000). The impact of health status, adherence and education on antiretroviral effectiveness. XIII International AIDS Conference. Durban, July.

Bartos, M. (2000). Opening up the space of the clinic. 3rd European Conference on the Methods and Results of Behavioural Research into AIDS. Amsterdam, February.

Bartos, M. (2000). Panel Presentation: What should be the aims of prevention: Risk elimination, risk reduction, or harm reduction?3rd European Conference on the Methods and Results of Behavioural Research into AIDS. Amsterdam, February.

Bartos, M. (2000). Positive people's sex: Dynamics of normalisation and optimism. 3rd European Conference on the Methods and Results of Behavioural Research into AIDS. Amsterdam, February.

Bartos, M. (2000). What should be the aims of prevention: Risk elimination, risk reduction, or harm reduction?3rd European Conference on the Methods and Results of Behavioural Research into AIDS. Amsterdam, February.

Couch, M., McInnes, D., Bollen, J., & Dowsett, G. W. (2000). Size matters: The production of gay lives and/or lives with gayness in Adelaide. HIV/AIDS & Related Diseases Social Research Conference. Sydney, May.

de Visser, R. O., & Smith, A. M. A. (2000). Late application of condoms: Implications for the validity and reliability of self-reported condom use. 3rd European Conference on the Methods and Results of Behavioural Research into AIDS. Amsterdam, February.

Dowsett, G. W., McInnes, D., McDonnell, E., & Misson, S. (2000). AIDS service organisations, prevention and support. XIII International AIDS Conference. Durban, July.

Dowsett, G. W., McInnes, D., McDonnell, E., & Misson, S. (2000). AIDS Service organisations, prevention and support. Poster at XIII International AIDS Conference. Durban, July.

Dowsett, G. W. (2000). Baring essentials: Science as desire. Ford Foundation Workshop on Sexuality and Social Change: An agenda for research and action in the 21st century. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December.

Dowsett, G. W., McInnes, D., & Mitchell, A. (2000). Community based HIV Social Research: Possibilities, difficulties and potentials. XIII International AIDS Conference. Durban, July.

Dowsett, G. W., McInnes, D., McDonnell, E., & Misson, S. (2000). The Community health education workforce: Cornerstone of prevention education in HIV/AIDS and related diseases and health education for people living with HIV/AIDS. Poster at Australasian Society for HIV Social Medicine 12th Annual Conference. Melbourne, July.

Dowsett, G. W. (2000). Desire, deviance, denial, danger, delight: My life as a sex researcher. Sexual Desire: A dialogue between the mind and the body, HIV Center in in Clinical and Behavioural Studies. Columbia University and the New York State Psychiatric Institute, New York.

Dowsett, G. W. (2000). Grand rounds presentation and opening address: Desire, deviance, denial, danger, delight: My life as a sex researcher. A dialogy between the mind and the body, HIV Centre in Clinical and Behavioural Studies, Columbia University and the New York Psychiatric Institute. New York, October.

Dowsett, G. W., McInnes, D., McDonnell, E., & Misson, S. (2000). Researching the HIV community health education workforce: Policy, training and capacity- strengthening issues. Poster at XIII International AIDS Conference. Durban, July.

Dowsett, G. W., McInnes, D., McDonnell, E., & Misson, S. (2000). Researching the HIV Community health education workforce: Policy, training, and capacity-strengthening issues. Poster at XIII International AIDS Conference. Durban, July.

Gifford, S., & O'Brien, M. (2000). Women's experiences of living with hepatitis C: An overview of the key findings of the first Australian survey. Hepatitis C: Everyday people Conference. Melbourne, November.

Grierson, J. (2000). Border police in the land of desire: The construction and modification of gay social identities. XXVII International Congress of Psychology. Stockholm, July.

Grierson, J., & Bartos, M. (2000). No pill for happiness: Social correlates of mental health and psychological distress among HIV positive people. XIII International AIDS Conference. Durban, July.

Grierson, J., Bartos, M., de Visser, R. O., & McDonald, K. (2000). Not drowning, wavering: Mental health issues for people with HIV/AIDS post-HAART. XXVII International Congress of Psychology. Stockholm, July.

Harrison, L., Hillier, L., & Johnson, K. (2000). Inclusive research and people with intellectual disabilities: Ideals and realities. 11th International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disability Conference. Seattle, Washington, August.

Hillier, L., Dempsey, D., & Harrison, L. (2000). I'm wasting away on unrequited love: Girls loving girls toward 2000. Young Women 2000: Health and all that stuff. Royal Women's Hospital. Melbourne, March.

Hillier, L., Johnson, K., & Harrison, L. (2000). Sex, surveillance and secrecy: Sexual stories of people with intellectual disabilities. 11th International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disability Conference. Seattle, Washington, August.

Hurley, M. (2000). Living gay and lesbian lives (Invited Speaker). Writers Week, Perth International Arts Festival. Perth, February.

Kavanagh, A. M., Smith, A. M. A., & Leonard, W. (2000). Rethinking the place of 'place' in social determinants of health research. British Medical Sociology Conference. York, UK, Sept.

Kavanagh, A. M., Mitchell, A., & Giles, G. G. (2000). Use of hormone replacement therapy and the sensitivity of screening mammography (Invited speaker). Breast Radiology Conference, Royal College of Radiologists. Broome, June.

McDonald, K., Bartos, M., de Visser, R. O., & Grierson, J. (2000). Women and antiretroviral treatment: Gender differences in uptake and attitude. XIII International AIDS Conference. Durban, July.

McInnes, D., Bollen, J., Couch, M., & Dowsett, G. W. (2000). Gay life or life with gayness? Gay men's experiences and models of community. The HIV/AIDS & Related Diseases Social Research Conference. Sydney, May.

Mitchell, A., Walsh, J., & Willis, J. M. (2000). Thinking about sexual health promotion. Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health OrganisationSexual Health Forum. Marysville, November.

Murphy, D., Brotherton, A., & Hurley, M. (2000). Getting Things in Focus. Fourth International BioPsychoSocial Aspects of AIDS conference. Ottawa, Canada, June.

Murphy, D. J., Brotherton, A., & Hurley, M. (2000). Getting things in focus. Poster at 4th International BioPsychoSocial Aspects of AIDS Conference. Ottowa, Canada, June.

Pitts, M. K. (2000). Dry sex, sexuality, gender role and HIV transmission. HIV/AIDS The First Epidemic of Globalisation. University of East Anglia, June.

Pitts, M. K. (2000). Preparing women for colposcopy. 6th International Congress of Behavioural Medicine. Brisbane, 15-18 November.

Pitts, M. K. (2000). The role of traditional healers in diagnosing and treating STIs. 6th International Congress on Behavioural Medicine and Public Health in the New Millennium. Brisbane, November.

Pitts, M. K. (2000). Sexuality and ageing. Ageing in the 21st Century Conference, La Trobe University Faculty of Health Sciences. Melbourne, December.

Race, K., Prestage, G., Knox, S., Crawford, D., Grierson, J., & Kippax, S. C. (2000). Predicting adherence: Doctor relations and gay scene involvement. XIII International AIDS Conference. Durban, July.

Smith, A. M. A. (2000). Aspects of mens' attitudes to post-exposure prophylaxis for non-occupational HIV exposure. The Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Darwin, June.

Wain, D., Dowsett, G. W., Petersen, K., Madeddu, D., & Voon, D. (2000). Hobby or habit? Preliminary results from the hepatitis, injecting and gay health project. Hepatitis C: Everyday people Conference. Melbourne, November.

Wain, D., Dowsett, G. W., Peterson, K., Madeddu, D., & Voon, D. (2000). Sociality and Drug-Injecting Behaviour among Melbourne Gay men: Preliminary results from the Hepatitis, Injecting Gay health Project. The HIV/AIDS & Related Diseases Social Research Conference. Sydney, May.

Bartos, M., & McDonald, K. (1999). Contingency and solidarity in the face of AIDS. 4th International Conference on the Biosychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Ottawa, July.

Bartos, M., Grierson, J., de Visser, R. O., & McDonald, K. (1999). Patterns of community support in HIV/AIDS in Australia. 5th International Congress of AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Kuala Lumpur, October.

Bradley, E., & Pitts, M. K. (1999). Factors predicting choice of follow up for women recovering from gynaecological cancer. European Health Psychology Conference. Florence, 1-3 October.

Couch, M. (1999). A formative evaluation of an HIV/AIDS intermediate care service: Thinking ahead and being clear and modest. Challenging Boundaries, Australasian Evaluations Society International Conference. Perth, October.

Couch, M., Warr, D., & Walsh, J. (1999). Homeless youth and "True Stories": How commitment to the dissemination of research results provides opportunities for evaluation. Challenging Boundaries, Australasian Evaluations Society International Conference. Perth, October.

Couch, M., Dowsett, G. W., McInnes, D., Bollen, J., & Edwards, B. (1999). Risk of HIV infection among young homosexually active men in an Australian city. 5th International Congress of AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, October.

Dowsett, G. W. (1999). Gay men's sexual health in a 'post AIDS' world. Health in Difference 3. Adelaide, October.

Dowsett, G. W. (1999). HIV and homophobia: Subtle hatreds, severe consequences, and the question of origins. Plenary presentation at Beyond Homophobia: Rethingking Ant-Gay Violence, Heterosexism and Homophobia in Multiple Perspective at San Francisco State University. San Francisco, April.

Dowsett, G. W., Bollen, J., Couch, M., & McInnes, D. (1999). HIV/AIDS and constructs of gay community: Qualitative inquiry in community-based health promotion for gay men. Issues of Rigour in Qualitative Research, Association for Qualtiative Research. Melbourne, July.

Dowsett, G. W. (1999). Keynote Address: Community and academy: Critical collaboration and making ends meet. Ontario HIV Treatment Network Research Day. Toronto, Canada, December.

Dowsett, G. W., McInnes, D., Bollen, J., Couch, M., & Edwards, B. (1999). Reflexive practice and pedagogy: Making 'community' the centrepiece of HIV/AIDS education. 5th International Congress of AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, October.

Dowsett, G. W. (1999). Understanding cultures of sexuality: Lessons learned from HIV/AIDS education and behaviour change among gay men in Australia. Conference on Resistances to Behavioural Change to reduce HIV/AIDS Infection in Predominantly Heterosexual Epidemics in Third World Countries at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Populations Health, Health Transition Centre, Australian National University. Canberra, April.

Dowsett, G. W. (1999). Workshop: 'HIV/AIDS stigma in developing countries' - sponsored by USAID. San Francisco State University. San Francisco, April.

Grierson, J., & de Visser, R. O. (1999). Back on the chain gang: Experiences and expectations around returning to work among HIV positive people. 5th International Congress of AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Kuala Lumpur, October.

Hurley, M., & Nestle, J. (1999). Fragile words, fierce desires. Melbourne Writers Festival. Melbourne, August.

Johnson, K. A., Hillier, L., & Harrison, L. (1999). The sexual rights of people with intellectual disabilities. 10th International Conference of Law, Psychiatry & Psychology. Dublin, July.

Kavanagh, A. M., Mitchell, H., & Giles, G. G. (1999). Use of HRT and the accuracy of screening mammography. Clinical Oncological Association of Australia. Melbourne, November.

Kirkman, M. (1999). Infertile mothers: A perspective from research and experience. 11th World Congress On In Vitro Fertiilization and Human Reproductive Genetics. Sydney, May.

McInnes, D., Dowsett, G. W., Bollen, J., Couch, M., & Edwards, B. (1999). Golden boy: Gay educators, HIV and the pedagogy of prevention. 10th Conference on the Social Aspects of AIDS. London, June.

Mitchell, A. (1999). Same-sex attracted young people: How can schools support them?Teacher Learning Network Year Level Coordinators' Conference. Melbourne, November.

Mitchell, A. (1999). Sexual decision making and safe sex. Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation 'Coming Together Safely' Forum. Marysville, August.

Mitchell, A. (1999). Social network mapping and how to go about it. Sustaining Our Natural Reseources: Dairying for Tommorrow Conference. Canberra, December.

Mitchell, A. (1999). STD prevention: Can we turn it into sexual health. Body Culture Conference: Victorian Health Promotion Foundation Annual Conference. Melbourne, July.

Murphy, D. J., Brotherton, A., & Hurley, M. (1999). Getting things in focus: Who's behind the lens? 4th International Conference on the Biosychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Ottawa, July.

O'Brien, M., & Fitzgerald, J. (1999). The impact of structural and cultural factors within policing and the risk of hepatitis C transmission for drug users. 2nd Australasian Conference on Hepatitis C. Christchurch, New Zealand, August.

Smith, A. M. A. (1999). HIV research priorities into the next decade: Ethics in research. 5th International Congress of AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Kuala Lumpur, October.

Smith, A. M. A. (1999). Same-sex attraction and STD/HIV risk among Australian youth: Results of a nation survey. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Adelaide, May.

Smith, A. M. A. (1999). Same-sex attraction and STD/HIV risk among Australian youth: Results of a nation survey. Public Health Association of Australia, Annual Conference. Darwin, September.

Bartos, M., Billington, R., Chandra, P., Fleck, M., Hamavhwa, C., Lepledge, A., Sapaya, K. M., Mutambirwa, J., & Saxena, S. (1998). A global approach to assessing the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS. Poster at 12th World AIDS Conference. Geneva, June/July.

Bartos, M. (1998). HIV-positive gay men's risk assessment and the changing meanings of HIV infection. Non-refereed conference proceedings of Working Papers for Synthesis Sessions at Aids in Europe Conference. Paris, 12-15 January.

Bartos, M., Ezzy, D., McDonald, K., O'Donnell, D., & de Visser, R. O. (1998). Treatments, intimacy and disclosure in the sexual practice if HIV-infected adults in Australia. 12th World AIDS Conference. Geneva, June/July.

Dowsett, G. W. (1998). Australia's gay communities: Moving towards "Post-AIDS" health promotion. International Symposium on HIV Prevention. Official Satellite Meeting at the 12th World AIDS Conference. Geneva, 27 June.

Dowsett, G. W., McInnes, D., Bollen, J., Couch, M., & Edwards, B. (1998). Constructs of 'community' in HIV/AIDS health promotion in Australia. Oral presentation and Poster at 12th World AIDS Conference. Geneva, June/July.

Dowsett, G. W., McInnes, D., Bollen, J., Couch, M., & Edwards, B. (1998). Gay sexual cultures: A conceptual framework for working in HIV/AIDS. Shifting Boundaries: 5th HIV/AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, October.

Dowsett, G. W. (1998). The indeterminate macro-social: New traps for old players in HIV/AIDS social research. UNAIDS Working Group Meeting on Socio-cultural and Economic Determinants of HIV Epidemics. Montreal, May.

Dowsett, G. W. (1998). Keynote Address: Research methods and design issues in human development research. Annual Research Conference of the Faculty of Human Development, Victoria University of Technology. Sunbury, October.

Dowsett, G. W. (1998). A 'post-AIDS' prevention agenda. Gay/Positive HIV/AIDS Educators Conference. Sydney, October.

Dowsett, G. W. (1998). Public Health, prevention and epidemiology. International Insights form the Global Fight Against AIDS: A twilights Symposium on the 12th World AIDS Conference, Victorian AIDS Council/Gay Men's Health Centre. Melbourne, August.

Dowsett, G. W. (1998). Sexual orientation - A contribution to the discussion. The Role of Theory in Sex Research Conference at the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction, Indiana University. Bloomington, May.

Hillier, L., Dempsey, D., Harrison, L., Matthews, L., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1998). Druggies, junkies and sex: Towards an understanding of the contradictions in young people's practices and narratives of sex and drugs. Poster at 12th World AIDS Conference. Geneva, June/July.

Hillier, L., Dempsey, D., & Harrison, L. (1998). I'd never share an needle but i often have unsafe sex: Considering the paradox of young people's sex and drug talk. Ist International Conference on Drugs and Young People. Melbourne, November.

Lindsay, J., Smith, A. M. A., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1998). The pill vs condoms: Australian teenagers and contraceptive choice. Shifting Boundaries: 5th HIV/AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, October.

McInnes, D., Dowsett, G. W., Bollen, J., & Couch, M. (1998). HIV education and the educator: Towards a complex view of HIV community -based health promotion, workforce and pedagogy. Shifting Boundaries: 5th HIV/AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, October.

Rosenthal, D. A., Smith, A. M. A., & Lindsay, J. (1998). Continuity and change: High school students' behaviours and beliefs, 1992-1997. Shifting Boundaries: 5th HIV/AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, October.

Walsh, J., Warr, D., Hillier, L., Harrison, L., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1998). Are you going to believe some nutty professor or a kid on the street?: Taking research back to young homeless people. Poster at 12th World AIDS Conference. Geneva, June/July.

Bartos, M., & Middleton, H. (1997). Different understandings of unsafe sex by gay men in HIV sero-concordant and sero-discordant relationships. 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, June.

Bartos, M. (1997). Theorising the articulation between risk and desire for gay men in the face of AIDS. 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, June.

Bollen, J., Dowsett, G. W., McInnes, D., Edwards, B., & Couch, M. (1997). Performativity and the 'Agent': Investigating gay community response to HIV/AIDS. The Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association. Wollongong, December.

Dowsett, G. W., & McInnes, D. (1997). Concepts of community and understanding the social impact of HIV/AIDS: Frameworks and methodologies. 4th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Manilla, Phillipines, October.

Dowsett, G. W. (1997). A pandemic of paradigms: AIDS and the foreshortening of difference. 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, June.

Dowsett, G. W. (1997). A thinking community thinking community. The HIV/AIDS Study Grants Community Forum. Sydney, January.

Ezzy, D. (1997). Combination anti-viral uptake: An Australian study. 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, June.

Ezzy, D. (1997). Narrative analysis of experiences of living with HIV/AIDS. 14th Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference on Interdisciplinary Perspective. University of Toronto, Canada, August.

Gifford, S., Bakopanos, C., Yesilyurt, Z., Dawson, M. T., Rosenthal, D. A., & Smith, A. M. A. (1997). What women worry about: The place of HIV/AIDS in health concerns among Turkish, second generation Greek, Chilean, Vietnamese and Anglo Australian women. 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, June.

Harrison, L. (1997). Minimising risk, maximising choice: An evaluation of the pilot phase of the STD/AIDS Prevention Education Project. 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, June.

Hillier, L. (1997). Sex, drugs and alienation: Homeless youth in the 90s. 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, June.

Kellsall, J., Kerger, M., Hay, M., & Crofts, N. (1997). It's not what you do it's the way that you do it: What makes for a successful peer worker in the area of injecting drug use. 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, June.

Keogh, L., Hammond, J., Mulvey, G., & Temple-Smith, M. J. (1997). Contact tracing in general practice in Victoria. Vensouth IUVDT HIV/STD 5th World Congress and the 37th IUVDT General Assembly. Melbourne, June.

Kerger, M., Kellsall, J., Hay, M., & Crofts, N. (1997). Memories from the edge: Peer workers in the area of injecting drug use talk of their experiences. 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, June.

McConachy, D. (1997). Current issues for People Living with HIV/AIDS in Australia. 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, June.

McConachy, D., & Stephens, D. (1997). Evaluating HIV/AIDS programs. HIV/AIDS International Development Network of Australia (HIDNA). Melbourne, May.

McConachy, D. (1997). Evaluating HIV/AIDS programs: How do we know we are making a difference. 4th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Manila, Philippines, October.

Mitchell, A., & Walsh, J. (1997). "Don't call us, we'll call you": Disseminating research to where it matters. 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, June.

Pyett, P. (1997). Researching with sex workers: A privilege and a challenge. International Congress on Prostitiution. California State University, Northridge, Los Angeles, March.

Pyett, P., & Warr, D. (1997). Sex work, love and intimacy: A dilemma for female sex workers in the AIDS era. 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, June.

Pyett, P., & Warr, D. (1997). When 'gut instinct' is not enough: Women at risk in sex work. International Congress on Prostitution. California State University, Northridge, Los Angeles, March.

Pyett, P., Mitchell, A., & Warr, D. (1997). You can't beat a sex worker: The need to reduce violence against street working prostitutes. The 6th Women and Labour Conference. Deakin University, Geelong, November.

Rosenthal, D. A., & Gold, R. (1997). AIDS education for gay men: Cognitively-based interventions studies. 5th European Congress of Psychology. Dublin, Ireland, July.

Smith, A. M. A. (1997). Do penile dimensions influence condom slippage and breakage. Vensouth IUVDT HIV/STD 5th World Congress and the 37th IUVDT General Assembly. Melbourne, June.

Smith, A. M. A. (1997). Men, Masculinity and condom use: Theorising practice. 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, June.

Smith, A. M. A. (1997). 'They just treat you as a number': Aspects of men's experience of a sexual health centre. The Australian Public Health Association Annual Conference. Melbourne, October.

Temple-Smith, M. J., Keogh, L., & Mulvey, G. (1997). Attitudes to sexual history-taking in general practice in Victoria. Vensouth IUVDT HIV/STD 5th World Congress and the 37th IUVDT General Assembly. Melbourne, June.

Walsh, J., & Warr, D. (1997). Are you going to believe some nutty professor or a kid on the street': Taking research back to young homeless people. 3rd International AIDS Impact Conference on Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection. Melbourne, June.

Dyer, R., Green, R., Millward, G., & Pitts, M. K. (1996). What's the flaming issue? European Conference on Writers and Writing. Barcelona.

Harrison, L. (1996). 'Its a nice day for a white wedding': The debutante ball and constructions of femininity. 6th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women. Adelaide, April.

Hay, M., & Harrison, L. (1996). Let's talk about sex, baby?: Primary school children and discourses of sexuality. 6th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women. Adelaide, April.

Hillier, L. (1996). Cultural representations of wife beating: Level or loaded playing field for women. 6th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women. Adelaide, April.

Hillier, L., & Walsh, J. (1996). Gender aspects of the rural mural. 6th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women. Adelaide, April.

Mitchell, A., Peart, R., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1996). It may not be 'okay to say no': Young people and the possibilities for sexual negotiation. Active Connections, 20th ACHPER International Biennial Conference. Melbourne, January.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1996). Evolving Sexualities: Adolescents' constructions of their sexual worlds. XXVI International Congress of Psychology. Montreal, Canada, August.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1996). Sexual negotiation or sexual coercion: Implications for a safer sex culture among adolescents. XI International Conference on AIDS. Vancouver, Canada, July.

Smith, A. M. A. (1996). HIV prevention and the presumption of agency in casual sexual encounters among gay men. XIV International Conference of the Social Sciences and Medicine. Preebles, Scotland.

Smith, A. M. A., & Mischewski, A. (1996). I guess I trusted him: HIV prevention and the presumption of agency in men's sexual encounters. The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference. Hobart, December.

Stephens, D. (1996). Cultural constructions of masculinity and pathways to sexual health. XIV International Conference of the Social Sciences and Medicine. Preebles, Scotland, September.

Stewart, F., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1996). Punished or disciplined? The hidden worlds of Australian young women's (hetero)sexuality. 6th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women. Adelaide, April.

Walsh, J., & Mitchell, A. (1996). Building bridges: Making the relationship between academic research and practice work. 28th Annual Conference of the International Community Development Society. Melbourne, July.

Colman, G. J., Hemsworth, P. H., & Hay, M. (1995). Modifying stockperson attitudes and behaviour at a large commercial farm. Internation Society for Applied Ethology International Congress. Exeter, England, 3-5 August.

Fahey, J., & Mitchell, A. (1995). The contribution of talkback radio sex shows to the construction of the sexual world and sexual health of adolescents. Sexuality and Medicine Postgraduate Conference. Melbourne, July.

Gifford, S., Crockett, S., & Dinh, P. (1995). Perceptions of risk about STDs and sexual health seeking behaviour among Vietnamese women living in Melbourne, Australia. Poster at Chiang Mai, Thailand. September.

Mitchell, A., Peart, R., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1995). Can we do better than negative consent? Teenagers negotiating sexual encounters. Schooling and Sexualities: Teaching for a Positive Sexuality Conference. Melbourne, October.

Mitchell, A., Peart, R., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1995). Is it okay to say no? Young heterosexuals' understanding of sexual consent. HIV/AIDS Education Conference. Sydney, November.

Mitchell, A. (1995). Issues in sexual health for young women. University of Melbourne Department of Criminology Conference for Workers in the Juvenile Justice System. Melbourne, July.

O'Brien, M., & Gifford, S. (1995). The meaning of recovery: An ethnographic study of Narcotics Anonymous (NA) in Melbourne, Australia. San Diego, California. August.

Peart, R., Rosenthal, D. A., & Mitchell, A. (1995). Force or just pressure: New possibilities for sexual negotiation among heterosexual 16 year olds. HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, July.

Rosenthal, D. A., & Smith, A. M. A. (1995). Changes in students' HIV-related knowledge, attitudes and behaviour, 1989-1994. IUVDT World STD/AIDS Congress. Singapore, March.

Rosenthal, D. A., & Smith, A. M. A. (1995). For better or worse: A five-year follow-up of students' HIV-related knowledge, attitudes and behaviour. The HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, July.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1995). Promoting the sexual heath of adolescents: Stereotypes and strategies. Bali, Indonesia. October.

Smith, A. M. A. (1995). Rethinking the condom. Singapore. March.

Stewart, F. (1995). 'I say nah not tonight': Young women's negotiation of their (hetero)sexual practices. Eighth Social Aspects of AIDS Conference. October. London.

Temple-Smith, M. J. (1995). Fertile or futile: Researching while you work. The Fertility Society of Australia Workshop. Melbourne, November.

Temple-Smith, M. J., Hammond, J., Pyett, P., & Presswell, N. (1995). Risky business: Sexual history taking in general practice. General Practice Evaluation Conference. Sydney, November.

Andrewes, D. G., Haste, B., & Ponsford, J. (1994). Memory for temporal order in closed head injury patients. 17th Annual European Conference of the International Neuropsychological Society. Angers, France, June.

Bakopanos, C., Gifford, S., & Yesilyurt, Z. (1994). Culture, gender and representations of risk for STDs among second-generation Greek and Turkish-born women living in Melbourne. Women, Sexuality and Development in Australia and the Asia-Pacific Region Conference. Sydney, November.

Crockett, S. (1994). Sexual health and primary care: Representations from Turkish and Vietnamese women and health service providers. Women, Sexuality and Development in Australia and the Asia-Pacific Region. Sydney, November.

Gifford, S., Bakopanos, C., & Yesilyurt, Z. (1994). Cultural constructions of Sexuality and Representations of Risk for STDs and HIV/AIDS among women of non-English speaking backgrounds. Women, Sexuality and Development in Australia and the Asia Pacific Region. Sydney, November.

Goggin, M. (1994). Pleasure and uncertainty: Sex when you're positive. Poster at 10th International Conference on AIDS. Yokohama, Japan, August.

Goggin, M. (1994). Pleasure and uncertainty: Sex when you're positive. Workshops for HIV positive and HIV affected, Positively Living Conference. Perth, April.

Goggin, M., & Sotiropoulos, J. (1994). Sex in silence: National study of gay adolescence. 10th International Conference on AIDS. Yokohama, Japan, August.

Gold, R., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1994). Towards a new approach to AIDS education for gay men: An intervention study. 2nd International Conference on AIDS' Impact, Biosychosocial aspects of HIV infection. Brighton, UK, July.

Pyett, P. (1994). Unprotected sex, unprotected sexual health: Women in the sex industry in Victoria. Women, Sexuality and Development in Australia and the Asia-Pacific Region. Sydney, November.

Rosenthal, D. A., & Buzwell, S. (1994). Adolescents, sexuality and development of a sense of self. 13th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1994). Desire, danger and victimisation: Gender and sexuality. 8th Australasian Human Development Conference. Melbourne, November.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1994). Preventing AIDS: Targeting young people. Medical Telesiminar:"Could it be HIV?" AIDAB and Department of Human Services and Health. Jakarta, Indonesia, July.

Rosenthal, D. A., & Gold, R. (1994). Thinking in sex: A new education strategy for gay men. 10th International Conference of AIDS. Yokohama, Japan, August.

Senserrick, T., & Buzwell, S. (1994). Adolescents' feelings about the future: A comparison of two schools. 8th Australasian Development Conference. Melbourne, April.

Smith, A. M. A. (1994). Adolescents and STDs: Patterns of knowledge in Victorian high schools. Australian Sexual Health Conference. Surfers Paradise, April.

Smith, A. M. A. (1994). HIV, AIDS and the cross-eyed gaze. Society for Social Studies of Science. New Orleans, USA, October.

Stewart, F. (1994). Sexual health and young women's sexual agency: Ever the twain shall meet?Women, Sexuality and Development in Australia and the Asia Pacific region Conference. Sydney, November.

Temple-Smith, M. J. (1994). Risky business: Sexual history taking in general practice. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Queensland, April.

Gifford, S., Jones, J., & Mitchell, A. (1993). Researching sexual health needs among women of non-English speaking background: Culturally appropriate approaches. Nation Conference on Health for Multicultural Australia. 10-12 November.

Goggin, M., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1993). Coping strategies and psychological context of HIV positive young gay men. Poster at IXth International AIDS Conference. Berlin, Germany, June.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1993). White knights, good lookers and invulnerable adolescents: Adolescents' responses to HIV/AIDS. 4th Annual Conference of the Australasian College of Venerologists. Melbourne, May.

Temple-Smith, M. J. (1993). STDs and reproduction. Workshop on Women and Reproduction, International Health Special Interest Group Pre-Conference Workshop. September.

Jackson, H., & Pitts, M. K. (1991). Company policy on AIDS in Zimbabwe. VII International Conference on AIDS. Florence.

National Conferences

Lenton, E., & Johnson, J. (2017). Talk it up: The role of the AOD sector in HIV and hepatitis C pre and post test discussions. VAADA Conference. Melbourne, February.

Lyons, A. (2017). LGBT mental health: Latest research and future directions. Invited keynote presentation at Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Symposium. Sydney, 1 February.

Parsons, M. (2017). On the margin of the margin, the experiences of LGBTI people with intellectual disability. SexED UP Disability Sexuality Expo. 24 February.

Power, J. (2017). PREP: Truvada Prophylaxis, fertility and conception among HIV sero-discordant couples. SEED 2017: It Takes Two…. Meeting for Fertility Specialists. Sydney, 4-5 March.

Allan, B., Newman, C., & Brown, G. (2016). Who am I as a leader? Promoting community belonging and influence through the Positive Leadership Development Institute Australia. Refereed conference paper at Social Research Conference on HIV, Viral Hepatitis & Related Diseases 2016. Centre for Social Research in Health, University of New South Wales. Sydney, 31 March - 1 April.

Brown, G., Reeders, D., Batrouney, C., & Sepulveda, C. (2016). The application of complex systems to understand peer network health promotion with sexually adventurous men. Refereed conference paper at Social Research Conference on HIV, Viral Hepatitis & Related Diseases 2016. Centre for Social Research in Health, University of New South Wales. Sydney, 31 March - 1 April.

Brown, G., & Power, J. (2016). Community engagement and response to HIV Cure Research. National Gay Men's HIV Health Promotion Conference: 'New Challenges: Big Ideas'. Manly, NSW, 18-21 April.

Brown, G. (2016). Community of Practice for Action on HIV and Mobility (CoPAHM). Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Adelaide, 16-18 November.

Brown, G., Allan, B., Cogle, A., Reeders, D., Gray, J., Lake, R., O'Connor, S., Ruth, S., Witt, J. D., & Cooper, C. (2016). Does a partnership investment in PLHIV leadership enhance meaningful engagement with PLHIV in the HIV sector?Refereed conference paper at Social Research Conference on HIV, Viral Hepatitis & Related Diseases 2016. Centre for Social Research in Health, University of New South Wales. Sydney, 31 March - 1 April.

Brown, G. (2016). Enhancing peer leadership in health promotion and policy: An on the ground application of systems thinking. 23rd National Australian Health Promotion Association Conference. Scarborough, Western Australia, 19-22 June.

Brown, G., & Power, J. (2016). The health and wellbeing of PLHIV: Emerging opportunities and challenges for the HIV response and GIPA. National Gay Men's HIV Health Promotion Conference: 'New Challenges: Big Ideas'. Manly, New South Wales, 18-21 April.

Brown, G., Reeders, D., Madden, A., Lake, R., Cogle, A., & Fawkes, J. (2016). How can we meaningfully embed and enhance peer leadership in Australia's response to HIV and hepatitis C?Refereed conference paper at Social Research Conference on HIV, Viral Hepatitis & Related Diseases 2016. Centre for Social Research in Health, University of New South Wales. Sydney, 31 March - 1 April.

Brown, G., Perry, G. E., & Kelsal, K. (2016). Leveraging and demonstrating peer leadership in a rapidly changing drug use and HCV landscape. National Hepatitis Health Promotion Conference. Melbourne, 19-20 May.

Brown, G. (2016). Leveraging and demonstrating peer leadership in a rapidly changing prevention landscape. National Gay Men's HIV Health Promotion Conference: 'New Challenges: Big Ideas'. Manly, NSW, 18-21 April.

Brown, G. (2016). The need to be bold in times of rapid change and increasing conservatism. Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Adelaide, 16-18 November.

Brown, G. (2016). Research into action and the W3 framework workshop. National Gay Men's HIV Health Promotion Conference: 'New Challenges: Big Ideas'. Manly, NSW, 18-21 April.

Brown, G. (2016). Role of peer insights in harm reduction programs and policies for people who use drugs. SiREN Symposium Innovation in Practice. Curtin University. Bentley Western, Australia, 9-10 June.

Brown, G. (2016). Sex, drugs and politics: Enhancing peer leadership in health promotion and policy through the application of systems thinking. 23rd National Health Promotion Conference. Perth, 19-22 June.

Dempsey, D., Kelly, F., Power, J., Horsfall, B., Goldhammer, D., & Lucke, J. C. (2016). Fertility decision-making among LGBT Australians. The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Conference. The Australian Catholic University Melbourne, 30 November.

Down, I., Ellard, J., Triffitt, K., Brown, G., & Prestage, G. (2016). Predictors of HIV status disclosure among a sample of recently HIV-diagnosed gay men in Australia. Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Adelaide, 16-18 November.

Duncan, D. (Presenter), Waling, A., Angelides, S., & Dowsett, G. W. (2016). (Extra)Ordinary men: Performing crisis and masculinity in media representations of men's bodies. Panel presentation at 2016 The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Conference: Cities and Successful Societies. Australian Catholic University. Melbourne, 29 November.

Gunaratnam, P., Lobo, R., Brown, G., McGregor, S., Kong, M., & Guy, R. (2016). HIV in people born overseas, Australia, 2005-2014: A Changing Epidemiology. Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Adelaide, 16-18 November.

Hajarizadeh, B., Richmond, J., Ngo, N., Lucke, J. C., & Wallace, J. (2016). Hepatitis B-related concerns and anxieties among people with chronic hepatitis B in Australia. Margins & Belonging: Marginalised people building community, Social Research Conference on HIV, Viral Hepatitis & Related Diseases. Centre for Social Research in Health, University of New South Wales. Sydney, 31 March - 1 April.

Horsley, P. (2016). Ethical research involving vulnerable populations. Invited workshop participation at Intensive Research Ethics Course. Monash University. Hepburn Springs, 27 November - 1 December.

Horsley, P. (2016). The forgotten people: Involving people with disabilities in research. Refereed conference paper (invited) at Australasian Ethics Network conference. Adelaide, 23-25 November.

Horsley, P. (2016). The invisible link: Essential skills for HREC, research and research governance managers and administrators. Invited workshop participation at Australasian Ethics Network conference. Adelaide, 23-25 November.

Horsley, P. (2016). The queer campus: When the past meets the present. Refereed conference paper at Beyond the culture wars: LGBTIQ History Now conference. Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives. Melbourne, 25-26 November.

Horsley, P. (2016). The queer campus: When the past meets the present. LGBTIQ Forum (Symposium). Monash University. Melbourne, 2 December.

Horsley, P. (2016). Rainbow standards - Opening doors to LGBTI people in the domestic violence sector. Refereed conference paper (invited) at Australian Stop Domestic Violence Conference. Brisbane, 5-7 December.

Jensen, C., Dunn, M., Forlini, C., Hall, W., Chan, G., Kaye, S., Partridge, B., Farrell, M., Racine, E., & Lucke, J. C. (2016). The non-medical use of prescription stimulants by Australian university students for cognitive enhancement. Poster at APSAD Scientific Alcohol and Drug Conference. Sydney, 30 October-2 November.

Johnson, J. (2016). Home insemination and HIV prevention among same sex attracted communities in Victoria. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Adelaide, November.

Johnson, J., Power, J., Brown, G., Lyons, A., Dowsett, G. W., & Lucke, J. C. (2016). Parenting desires, expectations and sperm donation among HIV positive gay men. Poster at 2016 Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference. Adelaide, 16-18 November.

Jones, T. (2016). Cutting edge issues in sexuality and relationships education: Taking gender and sexual diversity seriously. Australia Forum on Sexuality, Education and Health. University of South Australia, City West Campus. Adelaide, 16 November.

Jones, T. (2016). Discussant for Session 1: Sexuality, 'Interrogating Belonging in Education' symposium. Deakin University. Melbourne, 30 May.

Jones, T. (2016). Responding to the sexual health needs of LGBTIQ young people in Australia: Findings from recent research. Presentation at Symposium 1: Education and Sexual Health: Rethinking Practice at Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, 14 November. Awarded the $500 Routledge Taylor & Francis Group Culture, Health & Sexuality Prize.

Jones, T. (2016). Safe(r) Schools & Families for Students with Intersex Variations. TASA Conference. Melbourne, 28 November.

Lenton, E. (2016). Hepatitis C: Sex and disease transmission. 2016 National Hepatitis Health Promotion Conference. Melbourne, 19 May.

Leonard, W. (2016). Invited participation at Body futures forum: Creating a new human body exhibition. Treetops Melbourne Museum. Carlton, 18 November.

Leonard, W. (2016). GLHV's take on LGBTI aging and aged care. Invited keynote presentation at The Dorothies' Award Night. Launceston, 17 May.

Leonard, W. (2016). The Hunting Ground. Invited panel presentation with the Vice-Chancellor at Launch of The Hunting Ground project. Melbourne, 29 February.

Leonard, W. (2016). Introducing GLHV. Invited breakfast presentation at IDAHOBIT Day. Hobart Function and Conference Centre, 18 May.

Leonard, W. (2016). One less catastrophe: LGBTI-inclusive emergency services. Emergency Management Conference. Albert Park, 13 July.

Leonard, W. (2016). Queer(y)ing the population health agenda: The development of LGBTI health and wellbeing policy in Victoria. International Mental Health Leadership Program. The University of Melbourne. Southbank, Victoria, 8 November.

Leonard, W., & Harris, C. (2016). Ticked on so LGBTI people aren't ticked off: Introducing the Rainbow Tick. Local Government Turns Rainbow. Victorian Local Government Association. Melbourne, 14 April.

Leonard, W. (2016). Where affect lies: Global idea(l)s and LGBTIQ stories. The many faces of global health, Global ideas forum. Parkville, 3 September.

Lucke, J. C. (2016). Sleepwalking into infertility: Is better sex education the answer?Invited symposium presentation at Australasian Sexual Health Conference [Symposium 8 - The Other Side of the Reproductive Coin: Fertility, Conception and Outcomes]. Adelaide, 14-16 November.

Lucke, J. C., Brown, G., Carman, M., Lyons, A., Power, J., Le, R., & Wallace, J. (2016). Understanding the 'community' in community engagement: What does the research tell us?Margins & Belonging: Marginalised people building community. Social Research Conference on HIV, Viral Hepatitis & Related Diseases. Centre for Social Research in Health, University of New South Wales. Sydney, 31 March - 1 April.

Lucke, J. C. (2016). Why aren't Australian young women keen on IUDs? Invited symposium presentation at Australasian Sexual Health Conference [Symposium 2: MORE ≠ LESS: Rethinking Contraception & Abortion]. Adelaide, 14-16 November.

Ngo, N., Wallace, J., Cowie, B., Dowsett, G., & Johnston, F. (2016). Identifying the essential components of a public health response to hepatitis B: Tasmania. Poster presentation at 10th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. ASHM. Gold Coast, 29 September.

Patel, S., Kennedy, P., & Leonard, W. (2016). No longer an optional extra: Rainbow Ticking your way to LGBTI-inclusive practice. AGPAL and QIP 2016 Conference. AGPAL and QIP. Brisbane, 26-28 May.

Power, J., Brown, G., Lyons, A., Dowsett, G. W., & Lucke, J. C. (2016). ART use, stigma and disclosure: Changing attitudes among PLHIV between 1997 and 2015. Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Adelaide, 16-18 November.

Richmond, J. (2016). Challenges in HBV treatment and management in the Clinical stream: Developments in HBV treatment and Management. Invited oral presentation at 10th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. ASHM. Gold Coast, 30 September.

Richmond, J., Sheppard-Law, S., Mason, S., & Warner, S. W. (2016). Development of the Australasian Hepatology Association's consensus guidelines for the provision of adherence support to people with hepatitis c taking direct acting antivirals. Refereed poster presentation at 10th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. ASHM. Gold Coast, 1 October.

Richmond, J. (2016). Hepatitis B testing and diagnosis experiences of people with hepatitis B and health professionals, in the Community and Social Research stream: Enhancing testing and treatment. Referred oral presentation at 10th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. ASHM. Gold Coast, 30 September.

Richmond, J., Sasadeusz, J., & Wallace, J. (2016). The role of the knowledge broker in viral hepatitis. 5th Annual NHMRC Symposium on Research Translation. NHMRC. Melbourne, 23 November.

Richmond, J., Wallace, J., & Sasadeusz, J. (2016). The role of the knowledge broker in viral hepatitis. Refereed poster presentation at Refereed poster presentation. Melbourne, 23 November.

Richmond, J. (2016). Using a knowledge translation approach to increase testing of patients at risk of hepatitis B in a primary health setting, in the Epidemiology, Public Health and Prevention stream: Improving access to testing and care. Referred oral presentation at 10th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. ASHM. Gold Coast, 30 September.

Roffee, J., & Waling, A. (2016). Increasing inclusion at university: LGBTIQ student experiences of harassment, bullying and violence in tertiary education. Panel presentation at Youth, Health and Practical Justice: An interdisciplinary conference. University of Technology. Sydney, 4 December.

Rowlands, I., Loxton, D., Lucke, J. C., Teede, H., Dobson, A., & Mishra, G. (2016). Young women's psychological distress after a diagnosis of polycystic ovary syndrome or endometriosis. ALSWH Scientific Meeting 2016. Newcastle, 4-5 May.

Smith, E., Richmond, J., Wallace, J., & Lucke, J. C. (2016). Hepatitis B testing and diagnosis experiences of people with hepatitis B and health professionals. Refereed conference paper at 10th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. ASHM. Gold Coast, 30 September.

Taft, A., Shankar, M., Goldstone, P., Black, K., Mazza, D., Hussainy, S., Petersen, K., & Lucke, J. (2016). Access, equity and costs of induced abortion services in Australia. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Adelaide, 14-16 November.

Thorpe, R. (2016). From the swinging sixties to their 60s: Considering the role of the past in the subjective experience of sexuality in old age. The Australian Sociological Association Conference. Melbourne, November.

Waling, A. (2016). Can I touch him? Erotic subjectivity and research with men's stripping. Panel presentation at 2016 The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Conference: Cities and Successful Societies. Australian Catholic University. Melbourne, 1 December.

Wallace, J., Smith, E., Richmond, J., Hajarizadeh, B., & Lucke, J. C. (2016). Hepatitis B clinical specialists: Responding to cultural diversity. Refereed conference paper at 10th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. ASHM. Gold Coast, 29 September.

Wallace, J., & Ellard, J. (2016). Hepatitis B stigma and discrimination: Looking for a home. Refereed conference paper at Margins & Belonging: Marginalised people building community, Social Research Conference on HIV, Viral Hepatitis & Related Diseases. Centre for Social Research in Health, University of New South Wales. Sydney, 31 March.

Wallace, J., Richmond, J., Ellard, J., Power, J., & Lucke, J. C. (2016). Implementing the hepatitis C cure: Public health implications. Refereed conference paper at 10th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. ASHM. Gold Coast, 1 October.

Allan, B., Brown, G., Coogle, A., Fisher, M., Gray, J., Lake, R., O'Connor, S., & Ruth, S. (2015). Ramping up the Partnership Response - The Positive Leadership Development Institute (PLDI) Australia. Poster at Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Brisbane, 16-18 September.

Angelides, S. (2015). A New Generation of Child Sex Panics. Invited panel presentation at Cultural Studies Association of Australasia Annual Conference. University of Melbourne. Melbourne, 2 December.

Brown, G., Lobo, R., & Crawford, G. (2015). Building Momentum for Action on HIV and Mobility. Oral paper at Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Brisbane, 16-18 September.

Brown, G., Prestage, G., Down, I., Ellard, J., & Triffitt, K. (2015). Home or Away-is there a difference? A comparison of Australian gay men who acquired HIV at home, interstate, or overseas. Poster at Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Brisbane, 16-18 September.

Brown, G., Reeders, D., & Perry, G.-E. (2015). Peer skill in service provision and policy advocacy. Poster at Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Brisbane, 16-18 September.

Brown, G., Reeders, D., & Cogle, A. (2015). Positive leadership and policy advocacy: Findings from the What Works and Why project. Poster at Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Brisbane, 16-18 September.

Callander, D., Down, I., Ellard, J., Triffitt, K., Brown, G., & Prestage, G. (2015). Exploring 'uncommon' routes of HIV transmission via sex among gay and bisexual men. Poster at Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Brisbane, 16-18 September.

Down, I., Ellard, J., Triffitt, K., Brown, G., Callander, D., & Prestage, G. (2015). Recently HIV-Diagnosed Gay Men's Accounts of the Occasion at which they Believe they Acquired HIV. Poster at Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Brisbane, 16-18 September.

Dowsett, G. W. (2015). Invited participation in panel discussion on 'sex' at Oncology Social Work Australia, 10th National Conference: Sex, Death and Taxes. Oncology Social Work Australia. Sydney, 12 September.

Dowsett, G. W. (2015). Psychosocial and sexual needs of gay/bi men living with prostate cancer and their partners. Invited plenary address at Oncology Social Work National Conference: Sex, Death and Taxes. Oncology Social Work Australia. Sydney, 10-12 September.

du Plooy, D., Dowsett, G. W., Duncan, D., & Prestage, G. (2015). Mental health, resilience and sexual recovery among gay men with prostate cancer. Poster presentation at Health in Difference. 9th National LGBTI Conference. Canberra, 13-15 August.

Dyson, S. (2015). Gender equity in schools: As important for staff as it is for students?Australia Forum on Sexuality, Education and Health: First National Conference Equity and Justice - in Gender, Sexuality, Education and Health. University of Western Sydney. Parramatta, 22-23 November.

Dyson, S. (2015). Parental silence about sex and relationships: A self-perpetuating cycle of embarrassment and shame?Tenth IASSCS conference - Literacies and Sexualities in Cultural, Fictional, Real, and Virtual Worlds: Past, Present, Future Perfect? Dublin, Ireland, 17-20 June.

Ezer, P., Patrick, K., & Lucke, J. C. (2015). Use of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) in rural areas: What do we know? What do we need to know?Conference poster at SEXrurality 2015: Showcasing rural innovation and achievements in sexual health. Bendigo, 21-22 July.

Fileborn, B. (2015). Safer Spaces. Invited panel member at LISTEN Conference 2015. Melbourne, 31 October - 1 November.

Fileborn, B. (2015). Street harassment and online justice. Feminist and Women's Studies Association Biennial Conference 2015: Everyday Encounters With Violence: Critical Feminist Perspectives. Leeds, UK, 9-11 September.

Hendry, N. (2015). Exploring ethics in rural sexual health: Reflections on our practice. Invited panelist at SEXrurality Conference. Centre for Excellence in Rural Sexual Health (CERSH), University of Melbourne. Bendigo, 21-22 July.

Hendry, N. (2015). Exploring ethics in rural sexual health: Reflections on our practice. Invited panelist at SEXrurality Conference. Centre for Excellence in Rural Sexual Health (CERSH), University of Melbourne. Bendigo, 21-22 July.

Heywood, W. (2015). Overview of findings from the 5th National Survey of Australian Secondary Students and Sexual Health. Invited presentation at Australian Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics & Gynaecology 41st Annual Scientific Meeting. Australian Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Melbourne, 1 August.

Latham, J. R. (2015). "We're people first": A guide to trans inclusive health and aged care services. Refereed conference paper at 2nd National LGBTI Ageing and Aged Care Conference. Val's Cafe, La Trobe University. Melbourne, 26 October.

Leonard, W. (2015). Breakfast session-domestic violence. Invited panel presentation at Human Rights Art and Film Festival. ACMI Cinemas. Melbourne, 9 May.

Leonard, W. (2015). A closer look at Private Lives 2: Addressing the mental health and wellbeing of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Australians. Launch of the A closer look at Private Lives 2 report. 2 April. Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University.

Leonard, W. (2015). Cop that: The health and wellbeing of same sex attracted, intersex, and trans and gender diverse (SSAITGD) young people. Invited presentation at 25 years and GLLO-ing - The next frontier. New South Wales Police Academy. Goulburn, 22-23 October.

Leonard, W. (2015). Lesbian and bisexual women in Private Lives 2: At the intersection of gender and sexuality. Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer Women's Health Conference. Melbourne, 27 March.

Leonard, W. (2015). LGBTI Health and Wellbeing: The New Frontier. Invited participation at LGBTI Inclusive Practice and Engagement Forum. City of Casey, Council Chambers, Narre Warren.

Leonard, W. (2015). Queer(y)ing mental health and LGBTI-inclusive mental health care. Invited presentation at Australian Medical Student Society's 'Blue Week' initiative. The University of Melbourne Medical Students Association. Melbourne, 27 August.

Leonard, W. (2015). 'Queer(y)ing sexual expression: Addressing the needs of same-sex attracted and gender diverse young people'. ASPOG 41st Annual Scientific Meeting Royal Women's Hospital. ASPOG. Melbourne, 1 August.

Leonard, W., Lyons, A., & Bariola, E. (2015). Rainbow Ageing: Exploring the social determinants of older LGBT Australian's mental health. Workshop at Australian Association of Gerentology's (AAG) 48th Annual Conference. Australian Association of Gerentology. Alice Springs, 4-6 November.

Leonard, W. (2015). What's history got to do with it? Rethinking the provision of LBTI-inclusive aged care services. Health in Difference 2015. Canberra, 14 August.

Leonard, W. (2015). Whose home? The support needs of newly arrived, refugee or asylum seeking LGBT young people. Health in Difference 2015. Canberra, 14 August.

Leonard, W., & Kennedy, P. (2015). The Whys and HOW2s of Rainbow Ticking. Invited workshop participation at The Second National LGBTI Ageing and Aged Care Conference. Melbourne, 26-27 October.

Lobo, R., Burry, A., Gallant, D., Brown, G., & Forbes, L. (2015). HIV and mobility/CoPAHM. Launch of Report Card at AFAO Community Hub Presentation, Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Brisbane, 16-18 September.

Lucke, J. C. (2015). Education about Sex and Relationships: New directions in school and beyond. Co-Chair at World STI & HIV congress 2015. Brisbane, 13-16 September.

Lucke, J. C. (2015). Exploring ethics in rural sexual health: Reflections on our practice. Co-facilitator, conference panel discussion at SEXrurality 2015: Showcasing rural innovation and achievements in sexual health. Bendigo, 21-22 July.

Lyons, A. (2015). Resilience and flourishing among people living with HIV: A national study of Australian gay men. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Brisbane, 18 September.

Mazza, D., Black, K., Taft, A., Lucke, J. C., McGeechan, K., Haas, M., Peipert, J., & McKay, H. (2015). Increasing the use of long‐acting reversible contraception: A protocol for the Australian Contraceptive ChOice pRoject (ACCORd). Poster at Primary Health Care Research Conference. Adelaide, 29-31 July.

Patrick, K., Ezer, P., Loxton, D., Harris, M., Bateson, D., Stewart, M., & Lucke, J. C. (2015). Rural-urban differences in use and access to contraception for young Australian women. SEXrurality 2015: Showcasing rural innovation and achievements in sexual health. Bendigo, 21-22 July.

Power, J., Brown, G., Lyons, A., Dowsett, G. W., & Lucke, J. C. (2015). Anti-Retroviral Treatment: Changing Attitudes among PLHIV from 1997 To 2012. Joint World STI & HIV Congress and Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Brisbane, 13-18 September.

Power, J., Brown, G., Lyons, A., Dowsett, G. W., & Lucke, J. C. (2015). PLHIV in Sero-Discordant Relationships: Changes in Viral Load and Sexual Practices from 1997 to 2012. Joint World STI & HIV Congress and Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Brisbane, 13-18 September.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Gender Affirming Schools: Building support for transgender students across research, policy and practice. Panel presentation at AAAH National Youth Health Conference. Australian Association of Adolescent Health. Melbourne, 12 November.

Reeders, D., & Brown, G. (2015). From promise to practicalities: Applying complex systems concepts and methods in evaluation research with peer and community based programs. Oral paper at Australasian Evaluation Conference. Melbourne, 7-9 September.

Reeders, D., Brown, G., & Batrouney, C. (2015). Peer network targeted health promotion: Findings from the What Works and Why project. Poster at Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference. Brisbane, 16-18 September.

Roffee, J., & Waling, A. (2015). LGBTIQ People's Experiences of Crime and Victimisation in Safe Spaces. Panel presentation at The 28th Annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference: Security and Rule of Law: The Changing Face of Criminal Justice. Flinders University. Adelaide, 25 November.

Thorpe, R. (2015). Sexuality and ageing: Australian women's experiences. Let's talk about sex: Relationships and intimacy as we age. Melbourne, 9 September.

Waling, A. (2015). Men, Masculinity & Violence. Workshop at. On The Line. Footscray, 9 December.

Waling, A., & Fildes, D. (2015). Men's sheds: An insight into what works. 11th National Men's Health Forum: Sharing the Knowledge. Australian National Men's Health Forum. Terrigal, New South Wales, 21-23 October.

Waling, A. (2015). The Post-PhD Journey. Panel presentation to Higher Degree Researchers at Alternate Academic Careers (ALTAC). School of Social Sciences, Monash University. Clayton, 10 November.

Wallace, J. (2015). Viral hepatitis: Using social sciences to reduce the burden. 6th International Tehran Hepatitis Conference. Tehran, Iran.

Bariola, E., Pitts, M. K., Jack, G., Riach, K., & Schapper, J. (2014). Do work characteristics affect women's experience of the menopause?Refereed conference paper at Women's Health from The Top End. Australian Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Darwin, August.

Bariola, E., Lyons, A., & Leonard, W. (2014). What's place got to do with it? Variations in the mental health of LGB Australians according to geographic location. Refereed conference paper at Courageous Voices: Seeds of Hope & Transformation. National LGBTI Health Alliance. Sydney, June.

Barrett, C. (2014). LGBTI timelines and why they matter. Val's Café Conference. LGBTI Ageing and Aged Care. Melbourne, 28 October.

Barrett, C. (2014). Sexual assault. National Elder Abuse Conference. Perth, 4 September.

Barrett, C. (2014). Sexuality after stroke. Australian Association of Gerontologists Conference. Adelaide, 25 November.

Barrett, C., & Crameri, P. (2014). Sexuality and ageing. Australian Medical Students Association Conference. Melbourne.

Brown, G. (2014). Combination not parallel - A systems view of partnerships to get beyond the rhetoric. Invited Plenary at National Gay Men's HIV Health Promotion Conference. Manly, Sydney, 7-10 April.

Brown, G., Johnston, K., Carman, M., & Ellard, J. (2014). Combination prevention with confidence? Development of a monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) and quality improvement (QI) framework for combination prevention. Promises & Limitations: Biomedical treatment and prevention in the real world, 13th Social Research Conference on HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Related Diseases. Centre for Social Research in Health, University of New South Wales. Sydney, 20-21 February.

Brown, G., Crawford, G., Lobo, R., & Langdon, T. (2014). HIV and mobility - Road map for action. Multicultural Sexual Health Network Forum. Multicultural Health Support Service, Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health. Melbourne, 21 October.

Brown, G., Crawford, G., Lobo, R., & Langdon, T. (2014). HIV and mobility - Road map for action. National HIV Forum. Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations. Sydney, 17 October.

Brown, G., Wilkinson, A., Hoy, J., Whittaker, B., Muchamore, I., & Corneliss, V. (2014). How much is your health worth? Panel discussion on reducing financial barriers at HIV treatment in Victoria. Living Positive Victoria and Burnet Institute. Melbourne, 14 February.

Crameri, P. (2014). LGBTI aged care assessment. Poster at Australian Association of Gerontologists Conference. Adelaide, 25 November.

Crameri, P. (2014). LGBTI dementia research project. Australian Association of Gerontologists Conference. Adelaide, 25 November.

Crameri, P. (2014). LGBTI inclusive service delivery, translating research into practice. Val's Café Conference. LGBTI Ageing and Aged Care. Melbourne, 28 October.

Crameri, P. (2014). Older lesbian and gay relationships. Poster at Australian Association of Gerontologists Conference. Adelaide, 25 November.

Daroya, E. (2014). The emergence of PrEP and other phenomena in gay and other homosexually active men's online discussions on barebacking. 13th Social Research Conference on HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Related Diseases. Centre for Social Research in Health, University of New South Wales. Sydney, 19 February.

Dowsett, G. W. (2014). Does 'men's health' make sense to men?Invited plenary presentation at Andrology Australia 2014 Forum. Andrology Australia. Launceston, 13-15 June.

Dowsett, G. W. (2014). The sexual century, AIDS and the pursuit of desire. Counterhegemonies, Intellectual Work and Social Justice in Changed Times: A conference on the occasion of Raewyn Connell's retirement. Sydney University. Sydney, 6 September.

Fileborn, B. (2014). 'Doing' safety in pubs and clubs: Considering the strategies of GLBTIQ young adults. Queer Criminologies Symposium. Brisbane, 4 July.

Fileborn, B. (2014). Staying safe on a night out: Considering young adults' perceptions of safety in licensed venues. Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference. Sydney, 1-3 October.

Fileborn, B. (2014). Street harassment and online activism: Considering the potential for meeting victims' justice needs. Critical Criminology. Monash University. Melbourne, 5-6 December.

Fileborn, B. (2014). Unwanted sexual attention in licensed venues: Moving beyond prevention through environmental design. Crime Prevention and Communities Conference. Melbourne, 10-11 June.

Fraser, C., Wigginton, B., Harris, M., Bateson, D., Stewart, M., Loxton, D., & Lucke, J. C. (2014). Contraceptive consultations in primary care: Who's talking?Refereed conference paper at 2nd National Sexual & Reproductive Health Conference. Public Health Association of Australia. Melbourne, 18 November.

Hajarizadeh, B. (presenting author), Grady, B., Page, K., Kim, A. Y., McGovern, B. H., Cox, A. L., Rice, T. M., Sacks-Davis, R., Bruneau, J., Morris, M., Amin, J., Schinkel, J., Applegate, T., Maher, L., Hellard, M., Lloyd, A. R., Prins, M., Geskus, R. B., Dore, G. J., & Grebely, J. (2014). Factors associated with hepatitis C virus RNA levels in early acute and early chronic infection: The InC3 study. Refereed conference paper at The 9th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference (AVHC). Alice Springs, 17-19 September.

Hajarizadeh, B. (presenting author), Wallace, J., Ngo, N., & Richmond, J. (2014). Hepatitis B knowledge among people with chronic hepatitis B in Australia. Refereed conference paper at The 9th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference (AVHC). Alice Springs, 17-19 September.

Hajarizadeh, B. (presenting author), Grady, B., Page, K., Kim, A. Y., McGovern, B. H., Cox, A. L., Rice, T. M., Sacks-Davis, R., Bruneau, J., Morris, M., Amin, J., Schinkel, J., Applegate, T., Maher, L., Hellard, M., Lloyd, A. R., Prins, M., Dore, G. J., & Grebely, J. (2014). Patterns of hepatitis C virus RNA levels during acute infection: The InC3 study. Refereed conference paper at The 9th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference (AVHC). Alice Springs, 17-19 September.

Harris, M. L., Wigginton, B., Loxton, D., & Lucke, J. C. (2014). "It's my body": Patterns of contraceptive use among young Australian women. Refereed conference paper at 2nd National Sexual & Reproductive Health Conference. Public Health Association of Australia. Melbourne, 18 November.

Latham, J. R., & Intersex International Australia (Organisation). (2014). Intersex ageing. Val's Café Conference. LGBTI Ageing and Aged Care. Melbourne, 28 October.

Latham, J. R. (2014). Trans ageing and aged care. Val's Café Conference. LGBTI Ageing and Aged Care. Melbourne, 28 October.

Le, R., & Mude, W. (2014). Strengthening community responses to chronic hepatitis B. Refereed oral presentation at The 9th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference (AVHC). Alice Springs, 17-19 September.

Leonard, W. (2014). The health and wellbeing of LGBTI young people. Invited refereed conference paper at Young People at Risk Forum. Informa. Melbourne, 27 June.

Leonard, W. (2014). The limits of tolerance: Sexual orientation and gender identity as social determinants of health?Invited refereed conference paper at Public Forum: Racism and Culture as Social Determinants of Health. Social Determinants of Health Alliance (SDOHA). Melbourne, 20 February.

Leonard, W. (2014). Mapping the complex relationships between mental ill-health and drug and alcohol use among LGB Australians: A closer look at Private Lives 2. Refereed conference paper at LGBTI Mental Health Conference. National LGBTI Health Alliance. Sydney, 26 June.

Leonard, W., & Patel, S. (2014). No longer an optional extra: Rainbow Ticking and the delivery of LGBTI-inclusive services. National LGBTI Ageing and Aged Care Conference. Melbourne, 29 October.

Lucke, J. C. (2014). "I had no idea there were so many options!" Young women and LARC. Invited presentation at a symposium entitled "LARC Ascending! Promoting long acting reversible contraception at the policy, clinical and community levels" at Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Australasian Sexual Health Conference Alliance. Sydney, 10 September.

Lyons, A., & Hosking, W. (2014). Rural-urban differences in the mental health of young gay men. Refereed conference paper at CRN Mental Health and Well-being Conference. University of New England. Coffs Harbour, April.

McNair, R., Pennay, A., Leonard, W., Hegarty, K., Brown, R., Valpied, J., Hegarty, K., Hughes, T., & Lubman, D. (2014). Developing a culturally responsive approach to alcohol reduction with same-sex attracted women. The RACGP Conference. Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, 10 October.

Meurk, C., Keane, H., Fraser, S., Seear, K., Madden, A., Morphett, K., Fraser, D., Carter, A., Lucke, J. C., & Hall, W. (2014). Neuroscientific accounts of addiction: Social and ethical dimensions. Symposium at Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and Other Drugs Scientific Conference. Adelaide, 9 November.

Richmond, J. (2014). The challenges and possible solutions for addressing hepatitis B across key priority populations. Invited panel presentation at 9th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Alice Springs, 17 September.

Richmond, J. (2014). Hepatitis C and ageing. Refereed conference paper at 9th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Alice Springs, 19 September.

Richmond, J. (2014). Hepatology nursing in the era of expanding hepatitis C evidence. Refereed conference paper at 9th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Alice Springs, 18 September.

Richmond, J. (2014). Psychosocial health among people with chronic hepatitis B in Australia. Refereed conference paper at 9th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Alice Springs, 19 September.

Rozbroj, T., & Lyons, A. (2014). Improving online mental health therapy for lesbians and gay men. Refereed conference paper at CRN Mental Health and Well-being Conference. University of New England. Coffs Harbour, April.

Smith, E., & Ward, R. (2014). Finally feeling comfortable: Gender diverse and transgender young people's experiences with mental health professionals. Refereed conference paper at MindOut Conference. LGBTIQ Health Alliance. Sydney, 27 June.

Wallace, J., Pitts, M. K., Lin, V., Lai, W., Liu, C., Hajarizadeh, B., & Richmond, J. (2014). Chinese viral hepatitis needs assessment. The 9th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference (AVHC). Australasian Society of HIV Medicine (ASHM). Alice Springs, September.

Whyte, C. (2014). Then and now - older LGBTI people and visibility. Val's Café Conference. LGBTI Ageing and Aged Care. Melbourne, 28 October.

Wigginton, B., Moran, C., Harris, M., Loxton, D., & Lucke, J. C. (2014). I love having a choice. Refereed conference paper at Australasian Society for Behavioural Health & Medicine (ASBHM) Conference. Australasian Society for Behavioural Health & Medicine (ASBHM). Auckland, New Zealand, 12 February.

Wigginton, B., Harris, M., Loxton, D., & Lucke, J. C. (2014). What "finding the 'right' contraceptive" means to young Australian women. Poster at 2nd National Sexual & Reproductive Health Conference. Public Health Association of Australia. Melbourne, 18 November.

Barrett, C. (2013). Booth at World Elder Abuse Awareness Day conference. 17 June.

Barrett, C. (2013). Discrimination, depression and older LGBTI Australians. Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG) Conference. Sydney, 29 November.

Barrett, C. (2013). From discrimination to education to celebration. Meeting the needs of older LGBTI Australians. Plenary and refereed conference presentation at Health in Difference: 8th National LGBTI Health Conference 'Our Bodies, Our minds'. National LGBTI Health Alliance. Melbourne, 19 April.

Barrett, C. (2013). How2 promote the sexual health of older people. Poster presentation at NHMRC National Conference. Sydney, 2 October.

Barrett, C., & Leonard, W. (2013). LGBTI-inclusive practice. Invited participation in workshop at Inaugural LGBTI Aged Care Forum. Informa. Sydney, 14 June.

Barrett, C. (2013). Norma's Project - Preventing the sexual assault of older women. Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG) Conference. Sydney, 28 November.

Barrett, C. (2013). Norma's Project-presentation. World Elder Abuse Awareness Day conference. 17 June.

Barrett, C., & Horsley, P. (2013). The Rainbow Tick: Australia's first accreditation program on gay and lesbian inclusive practice for health and human services. Thirteenth International Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations. 27 June.

Barrett, C., Whyte, C., & Crameri, P. (2013). There's no need to straighten up, LGBTI inclusive aged care service provision. Workshop Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG) Conference. Sydney, 26 November.

Barrett, C., & Whyte, C. (2013). Val's Café-Building capacity to meet the needs of older LGBTI people in Victoria. Workshop and panel discussion at Health in Difference: 8th National LGBTI Health Conference 'Our Bodies, Our minds'. National LGBTI Health Alliance. Melbourne, 19 April.

Bavinton, B., Bradley, J., Brown, G., Guy, R., Holt, M., Keen, P., Murphy, D., Zablotska, I., & Prestage, G. (2013). Few gay men know about evidence for treatment as prevention. Refereed presentation at Proffered Paper Session: Testing and Prevention at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21 October.

Brown, G., Johnston, K., Carman, M., & Ellard, J. (2013). Combination prevention with confidence?: A review of where community HIV health promotion evaluation is most, moderately and least developed. Refereed presentation at Proffered Paper Session: Testing and Prevention at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21 October.

Brown, G., Johnston, K., Carman, M., & Ellard, J. (2013). Development of a monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) and quality improvement (QI) framework for combination prevention. ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21-22 October.

Brown, G., & Crawford, G. (2013). Engaging with male expatriates, travellers and HIV. Refereed presentation at Symposium Session: Heterosexual transmission of HIV in Australia: An examination of trends, risks, impacts and responses at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 22 October.

Carman, M. (2013). Research impact and community engagement: The gap between commitment and implementation in national and institutional policy in Australia. Refereed conference paper at Engagement Australia Conference 2013. Engagement Australia. Melbourne, 15 July.

Crameri, P. (2013). A journey towards LGBTI inclusive service provision. Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG) Conference. Sydney, 29 November.

Daroya, E. (2013). Barebacking as unintentional and the role of nonhumans in condomless sex practices. Refereed presentation to a symposium at Doing Cultural Studies: Interrogating 'Practice'. Swinburne University. Melbourne, 3 December.

Down, I., Ellard, J., Triffit, K., Brown, G., Atkinson, M., Burry, A., & Prestage, G. (2013). "Made for us, by people like us": Experiences of HIV testing and being diagnosed at a community-based, peer led service. Poster Presentation at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21-22 October.

Down, I., Ellard, J., Triffit, K., Brown, G., Grulich, A., & Prestage, G. (2013). Mitigating risk: Somewhere in-between regular and casual. Poster Presentation at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21-22 October.

Dowsett, G. W., & Leonard, W. (2013). Abject, object and subject: The three ages of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) policy and research in Australia. Refereed conference paper at Health in Difference: 8th National LGBTI Health Conference 'Our Bodies, Our Minds'. National LGBTI Health Alliance. Melbourne, 18 April.

Dowsett, G. W. (2013). Gay and bisexual men living with prostate cancer: Same diagnosis and treatment; different issues and needs. Invited plenary address, panel presentation at Inaugural Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia National Support Group Leader Training Conference. Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia. Melbourne, 19 May.

Duncan, D., Prestage, G., & Grierson, J. (2013). Young gay men, sex, relationships and HIV. Refereed conference paper at Proffered Paper Session: HIV in Australia at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 22 October.

Dyson, S. (2013). Critical methodologies in sexualities and genders research. Panel presentation at Interdisciplinary Workshop on Sexualities and Genders Research. University of Western Sydney. Sydney, 11-12 November.

Fletcher, G. (2013). Sport as a site for social change: World-saving nirvana and object of desire or project of the homogenised, de-socialised, self?Refereed conference paper at Reflections, Intersections and Aspirations: The Australian Sociological Association Conference. Monash University. Melbourne, 28 November.

Grzelinska, J. (2013). The 'other' gay marriage: The queer in/conveniences in arranged marriage. 2nd Global Conference on Queer Sexualities. Sydney, 11-13 February.

Heywood, W., Patrick, K., Blizzard, L., & Pitts, M. K. (2013). Definitions of early first sexual intercourse. Refereed conference paper at 2013 Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Australasian Sexual Health Alliance (ASHA). Darwin, 24 October.

Horsley, P. (2013). Chair of stream: Doing LGBTI health differently 'No longer an optional extra: Main-streaming and LGBTI - inclusive practice' at Health in Difference: 8th National LGBTI Health Conference 'Our Bodies, Our minds'. National LGBTI Health Alliance. Melbourne, 19 April.

Irlam, C., Burgh, R. D., Barrett, C., Ostrowski, P., Deutsch, A., & Shields, K. (2013). Bringing a national LGBTI ageing and aged care strategy to life. Panel presentation at Health in Difference: 8th National LGBTI Health Conference 'Our Bodies, Our Minds'. National LGBTI Health Alliance. Melbourne, 19 April.

Johnston, K., & Brown, G. (2013). Reinvigorating evidence for action and capacity in community HIV programs (REACH project). Refereed conference paper in Proffered Paper Session: HIV Epidemiology and Behavioural Trends at 2013 Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 22 October.

Johnston, K., & Brown, G. (2013). What do we know works? Findings from a systematic rapid review of effective programs to reduce STI in young people. Refereed presentation in Proffered Paper Session: Health Promotion at Australasian Sexual Health Association Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 23 October.

Jones, T. W. (2013). Religion and Sexual Politics in Postsecular Australia. Refereed conference paper at ASSA Workshop. La Trobe University. Melbourne, 30 September.

Jones, T. W. (2013). Revisiting the repressive hypothesis sexual liberation, censorship and the Australian Christian right. Refereed conference paper at Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Redress of Harm and the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse. Australian Association for the Study of Religion. Adelaide, 2-4 October.

Jones, T. W. (2013). Salvation, Rehabilitation…and Justice? The treatment of sexually offending clergy in the Church of England, 1920-1960. Refereed conference paper at Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Redress of Harm and the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse. Griffith University. Brisbane, 28-29 October.

Keen, P., Prestage, G., Middleton, M., Wilson, D., McDonald, A., Grulich, A., & Guy, R. (2013). Delayed HIV diagnoses among gay and bisexual men in Australia. Refereed presentation at Proffered Paper Session: Barriers and responses to integration into best practice care at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 22 October.

Keen, P., Guy, R., Holt, M., Grulich, A., Zablotska, I., Bavinton, B., Brown, G., Schema, L., & Prestage, G. (2013). Men who take more risks avoid HIV testing due to structural barriers. Refereed presentation at Proffered Paper Session: Testing and Prevention at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21 October.

Latham, J. R. (2013). Assembling sex: Enacting reality in practice. Doing Cultural Studies: Interrogating Practice. Swinburne University. Melbourne, 3 December.

Leonard, W. (2013). The limits of tolerance: Sexual orientation and gender identity as social determinants of health?Invited refereed conference paper at Inaugural Social Determinants of Health Conference. Informa. Sydney, 11 December.

Leonard, W. (2013). No longer an optional extra: Doing LGBTI health differently. Key Note address and refereed conference presentation at Health in Difference: 8th National LGBTI Health Conference 'Our Bodies, Our Minds'. National LGBTI Health Alliance. Melbourne, 18 April.

Leonard, W. (2013). No longer an optional extra: Doing LGBTI health differently. Invited keynote address at Health in Difference 2013: Our Bodies, Our Minds, 8th National LGBTI Health Conference. The National LGBTI Health Alliance. Melbourne, 18 April.

Leonard, W., & Kennedy, P. (2013). Rainbow Tick launch. Health in Difference: 8th National LGBTI Health Conference 'Our Bodies, Our Minds'. National LGBTI Health Alliance. Melbourne, 19 April.

Leonard, W. (2013). Splitting the difference: Affirming the lives of older LGBTI people. Invited keynote presentation at Inaugural LGBTI Aged Care Forum. Informa. Sydney, 13 June.

Lyons, A., & Hoskin, W. (2013). Concurrent sexual partnerships in a national sample of Australian gay men. Poster presentation at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21-22 October.

McNair, R., Pennay, A., Hegarty, K., Valpied, J., Hughes, T., Brown, R., Leonard, W., & Lubman, D. (2013). Alcohol and lesbian/bisexual women: Insights into culture and emotions (Alice) study findings and implications for health care. Refereed conference paper at 7th Australian Women's Health Conference - Gender Matters: Determining Women's Health. Australian Women's Health Network. Sydney, 9 May.

Patel, S. (2013). Coming out in pictures: Visual representation of LGBTI people in health promotion material in Australia. Refereed conference paper at Health in Difference: 8th National LGBTI Health Conference 'Our Bodies, Our Minds'. National LGBTI Health Alliance. Melbourne, 18 April.

Prestage, G. (2013). The case for PrEP: Why PrEP could be an important component of gay men's HIV prevention strategies. Refereed presentation at Symposium Session: Preparing for PrEP: Session in honour of Professor Anthony Smith at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21 October.

Prestage, G., De Wit, J., Brown, G., Maycock, B., Fairley, C., McKechnie, M., & Zablotska, I. (2013). Gay men's sexual identities and personal networks. Refereed presentation at Proffered Paper Session: Testing and Prevention at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21 October.

Prestage, G., Holt, M., Guy, R., Bavinton, B., Honnor, G., Zablotska, I., Keen, P., Brown, G., & Grulich, A. (2013). Interest in and informal use of home HIV tests among Australian gay men. Refereed presentation at Proffered Paper Session: Testing and Prevention at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21 October.

Richmond, J. A. (2013). Evidence based practice: Locating the evidence. Invited keynote speaker at Australasian Hepatology Association's Annual Summit 2013. Australasian Hepatology Association. Sydney, 18 May.

Smith, E. (2013). Picture this: Using photo-elicitation with sex workers in Victoria. Chair of session at Association for Qualitative Research conference 2013. Victoria University. Melbourne, 4 November.

Stoové, M., Wilkinson, A., Ryan, C., Alisa, P., Powell, S., Brown, G., & Hellard, M. (2013). Consumer preferences for a community-based rapid HIV point-of care testing service for men who have sex with men in Melbourne. Refereed presentation at Proffered Paper Session: Testing: Right here right now at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 22 October.

Wallace, J. (2013). Evidence-based policy and data for action. Invited presentation at HEPAID-Hepatitis Education, Prevention, Advocacy, Information, Diagnosis. Pakistan Society for the Study of Liver Diseases. Karachi, Pakistan, 13 December.

Wallace, J. (2013). Screening of non-health care professions for viral hepatitis. Invited presentation at 7th Annual Meeting of PSSLD. Pakistan Society for the Study of Liver Diseases. Karachi, Pakistan, 14 December.

Walsh, J. (2013). Making gay 'everyday' in primary schools: What support do schools need before we see more comprehensive inclusion of sexual and gender diversity. Refereed conference paper at Health in Difference: 8th National LGBTI Health Conference 'Our Bodies, Our minds'. National LGBTI Health Alliance. Melbourne, 19 April.

Walsh, J., Hood, T., & Whybrow, R. (2013). This is a book about lovin': Our story of our collaborative approach to the creation of a parent and carer resource. Refereed conference paper at SEXrurality: Sexual health and relationships in our rural communities conference. Centre for Excellence in Rural Sexual Health, University of Melbourne. Shepparton. Co-presentation with The Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation and The Bendigo and District Aboriginal Cooperative.

Ward, R. (2013). Managing transition at school - lessons from supporting students and staff in Victoria. Refereed conference paper at Health in Difference: 8th National LGBTI Health Conference 'Our Bodies, Our minds'. National LGBTI Health Alliance. Melbourne, 18 April.

Whyte, C. (2013). Val's Café supporting the development of LGBTI inclusive services for older people. Poster presentation at NHMRC National Conference. Sydney, 2 October.

Whyte, C. (2013). Val's Café supporting the development of LGBTI inclusive services for older people. Poster presentation at Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG) Conference. Sydney, 29 November.

Yang, M., McKechnie, M., Prestage, G., Brown, G., Maycock, B., De Wit, J., Zablotska, I., & Fairley, C. (2013). What is the preferred method of HIV testing among Australian HIV negative gay men?Presentation in Symposium Session: Models of Testing in Australia at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21 October.

Zablotska, l., De Wit, J., Brown, G., Maycock, B., Fairley, C., McKechnie, M., Holt, M., Bavinton, B., Grulich, A., & Prestage, G. (2013). Comparison of recruitment strategies for behaviour studies among gay men. Refereed presentation at Proffered Paper Session: HIV Epidemiology and Behavioural Trends at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 22 October.

Zablotska, I., De Wit, J., Brown, G., Maycock, B., Fairley, C., McKechnie, M., Holt, M., Bavinton, B., Grulich, A., & Prestage, G. (2013). Current knowledge and informal use of PrEP in Australia: Available evidence from behavioural surveillance and research. Refereed presentation to Symposium Session: 'Preparing for PrEP: Session in honour of Professor Anthony Smith' at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21 October.

Zablotska, l., De Wit, J., Brown, G., Maycock, B., Fairley, C., McKechnie, M., & Prestage, G. (2013). Current norms regarding HIV risk reduction practices in Australian gay communities. Poster Presentation at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21-22 October.

Zablotska, I., De Wit, J., Brown, G., Maycock, B., Fairley, C., McKechnie, M., & Prestage, G. (2013). What is the preferred method of HIV testing among Australian HIV negative gay men?Poster Presentation at ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21-22 October.

Barrett, C. (2012). Ageing - from sexual behaviour to sexual health. Invited refereed conference paper at Tristate Conference. Albury, January.

Barrett, C. (2012). Developing inclusive services for lesbian, bisexual and transgender women at BreastScreen Victoria. Invited refereed conference paper at Australian Lesbian Medical Association. Woodend, July.

Barrett, C. (2012). Primary prevention of the sexual assault of older women. Refereed conference paper at Australian Association of Gerontology. Brisbane, November.

Barrett, C. (2012). Sexual health and ageing. Refereed conference paper at Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Melbourne, August.

Barrett, C. (2012). Sexuality, diversity and ageing. Invited workshop at State conference for residential aged care. Aged and Community Care Victoria. Melbourne, 10 May.

Corboz, J., & Dyson, S. (2012). Brand protection or ethical responsibility? The complexities of creating culture change in the AFL's Respect and Responsibility Policy. Symposium presentation at The sports entertainment environment: A driver of social change? Deakin University. Melbourne, 3 October.

Down, I., Ellard, J., & Prestage, G. (2012). Differences between younger and older gay men recently diagnosed with HIV in Australia. Poster at 24th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Down, I., Ellard, J., Brown, G., & Prestage, G. (2012). What can data on post-exposure prophylaxis from the Seroconversion Study tell us about the potential use of pre-exposure prophylaxis among gay men in Australia?Poster at 24th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Dowsett, G. W., & Persson, A. (2012). Positive living diversity. Theme D Proffered Paper Session at Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference 2012. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, 18 October.

Dowsett, G. W. (2012). Prevention as hyperbole; culture as concupiscence. Presentation in Theme D Symposium: Role of Culture at Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference 2012. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, 18 October.

Dowsett, G. W. (2012). Un-sexing the self: Being gay, gray and Gary. Invited plenary presentation at After Homosexual: The legacies of gay liberation. Victoria University, Melbourne, 2-4 February.

Dyson, S. (2012). Preventing violence against women: A whole of community responsibility. Invited keynote at Breaking the Silence: Strengthening the culture of respectful relationships in Australian schools. White Ribbon Foundation, NSW Department of Education. Sydney, 17 October.

Dyson, S. (2012). Sexual assault prevention: Reflections on products and processes. Invited presentation at Sexual assault prevention colloqium. Violence and Discrimination Against Women Research Network (VDAWnet). Melbourne, 20 July.

Gary W Dowsett (Chair), Edwina Wright (Chair), & Dennis Altman (Discussant) (2012). Representations of HIV and AIDS in the arts and the media in Australia. Special session in honour of Dennis Altman and his long contribution to HIV at Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference 2012. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, 18 October.

Grierson, J. (2012). Are we still on the same page? Examining the unique doctor-patient relationship in HIV medicine. Satellite session: Gilead Breakfast Symposium at Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference 2012. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, 18 October.

Grierson, J. (2012). Men and place: Preliminary results from the first large scale social network study of Indonesian gay, bisexual and MSM engagement with social and sexual sites. Joint Symposium Session: HIV in Indonesia, at Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference 2012. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, 17 October.

Jones, T. (2012). After Homosexual… came debates over "bullying victims" in education policy. After Homosexual: The Legacy of Gay Liberation Conference. Melbourne, 2-4 February.

Jones, T. W. (2012). 'Culture wars': Refiguring the Christian right in postsecular Australia. Presentation as part of a panel discussion on 'Thinking Transnationally about Religion, Secularism, and Politics after the Sexual Revolution' at Australian Historical Association Biennial Conference. Australian Historical Association, University of Adelaide. Adelaide, 9-13 July.

Jones, T. (2012). Homophobic bullying: Problems, policies, strategies. WA Challenging Sexuality and Gender-based Bullying in Schools hosted by the Equal Opportunity Commission WA Education Policy Steering Committee. Atrium Theatrette, Perth, March.

Leonard, W. (2012). Queer and blue: The mental health of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) Australians. Refereed conference paper at 7th Annual Mental Health First Aid Instructor Conference. Mental Health First Aid. Melbourne, 10 September.

Leonard, W. (2012). Sex, reproduction and human rights: Developing a comprehensive and unified approach to sexual and reproductive health promotion. First National Sexual and Reproductive Health Conference. Public Health Association of Australia. Hilton on the Park, Melbourne, 20-21 November.

McDonald, K., Elliott, J., Slavin, S., & Pitts, M. K. (2012). Understanding motivations of health and lifestyle choices of PLHIV: Qualitative data from the HealthMap project. Refereed conference paper at Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, 18 October.

McNally, S., Pala, M., Morrow, M., Morrison, E., & FitzRoy, L. (2012). Getting it together. Masterclass - HIV Community and Researchers Workshop at Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference 2012. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, 18 October.

Meenagh, J. (2012). The gendered dance: Young people's negotiations of hooking up. Panel Presentation at The Gender Games: Stories in/for the Contemporary World. Deakin University, Melbourne University, Monash University. Melbourne, 26-27 November.

Meenagh, J. (2012). Managing jealousy through care of the self: Young people's negotiation of love/sex relationships within new media environments. La Trobe University Desire Lines GSDS Symposium. 3 December.

Monagle, M. (2012). Putting it on[the]line young people homophobia and internet activism. Invited expert panel presentation at at Social media, bullying and vulnerablity - connect, respect, protect. National Centre Against Bullying. 15-16 June.

Muchoki, S. M. (2012). Sexual practices of men with refugee backgrounds from the Horn of Africa in the context of HIV/AIDS. Theme D Proffered Paper Session: Culture, Practice and HIV at Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference 2012. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, 18 October.

Ngo, N. (2012). Barriers and enablers to effective management of people with chronic hepatitis B. Invited symposium presentation at 8th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Auckland, New Zealand, 11 September.

Pitts, M. K., & Mangkalaviraj, C. (2012). Chlamydia, acceptable, automated, and at home. Proffered Paper Session at Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference 2012. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, 16 October.

Prestage, G. (2012). Changes in condom use over time. Poster at 24th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Prestage, G., Hurley, M., Brown, G., & Down, I. (2012). Confidence in HIV Negative status. Speaker selected from abstract at 12th Social Research Conference on HIV, Hepatitis C, and Related Diseases. Sydney, 12-13 April.

Prestage, G. (2012). The importance of HIV to gay men. Poster at 24th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Prestage, G., Hurley, M., Brown, G., Down, I., & Bradley, J. (2012). Semen play - Hidden risky pleasures? Speaker selected from abstract at 12th Social Research Conference on HIV, Hepatitis C, and Related Diseases. Sydney, 12-13 April.

Prestage, G. (2012). What have we learned from PASH 3 years on?HIV/AIDS Oral Presentation at 24th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Prestage, G., Conway, D., Keen, P., Bavinton, B., & Guy, R. (2012). Which gay men would use home HIV testing? HIV/AIDS Oral Presentation, HIV/AIDS Theme C: Behavioural Research & Interventions at 24th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Walsh, J., Mann, N., & Atkin, J. (2012). From the horses' mouth: A national perspective from education systems on the successes and challenges of implementing school-based sexual health programs. Symposium presentation at First National Sexual & Reproductive Health Conference. Public Health Association and Sexual Health and Family Planning Australia. Melbourne, 21 November.

Wassersug, R. J., & Kukula, K. (2012). On the proper way to prescribe Viagra. Refereed conference paper at 10th Biennial Western Canadian Sexual Health Conference: 'Building Sex Positive Communities: Inclusion for All'. Alberta Society for the Promotion of Sexual Health. Vancouver, BC, Canada, 4 May.

Dowsett, G. W. (2011). Men, bodies and sex: Things are changing, kinda…! Invited keynote presentation at 9th National Men's Health Conference. Perth, 20-22 September.

Dyson, S., & Fletcher, G. (2011). Evaluation as work in progress: Stories of shared learning and development. Australian Evaluation Society Conference. August. http://www.aes.asn.au/conferences/previous.html.

Fletcher, G., Gourlay, P., Hartung, B., Hobbs, C., & Symons, C. (2011). Fair go, sport! A game of four quarters. Panel Presentation at 17th Annual Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand (SMAANZ) Conference. Melbourne, November.

Gahan, L., & Hillier, L. (2011). Will God get me through?: Religion and the wellbeing of same-sex attracted young people (SSAY) in Australia. The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Annual Conference. November.

Hillier, L. (2011). Indigenous and non-indigenous SSAGQ young people, their health and wellbeing. Invited refereed conference paper at WA Sexual Health Conference: Yarning from the heart. Northbridge, Western Australia, November.

Jones, T. (2011). Australian education policies and GLBTIQ students: Health links, usefulness, recommendations. 6th Annual Emerging Health Policy Research Conference. Menzies Centre for Health Policy, Sydney, 17 August.

Jones, T. (2011). Australian education policies and GLBTIQ students: Health links, usefulness, recommendations. 6th Annual Emerging Health Policy Research Conference. Menzies Centre for Health Policy, Sydney, 17 August.

Jones, T. (2011). Developing and enforcing policies to address homophobic bullying in educational institutions. First International Policy Consultation on Homophobic Bullying in Educational Institutions. Rio de Janiero, Brazil, December.

Jones, T. (2011). Joining forces: Professional partnerships for practice-based education in policing. Practice-based Education Research Session. The Education for Practice Institute, Charles Sturt University, Sydney, 28 November.

Jones, T. (2011). The state (by state) of policy for Australian GLBTIQ students. WA Anti-homophobia Policy Consultation hosted by the Equal Opportunity Commission WA and WA AIDS Council. Perth, 16 December.

Jones, T. (2011). Textual analysis: Some tools and techniques. Research Higher Degree Staff and Students Workshop, The Education for Practice Institute. Charles Sturt University, Sydney, 2 November.

Monagle, M., Hillier, L., & Gridley, H. (2011). Good news and bad news: Health, wellbeing, agency and experiences of homophobic abuse among today's same-sex attracted young Australians. Refereed conference paper at Conference of the Australian Psychological Society. Canberra, November.

Prestage, G., Down, I., Brown, G., & Hurley, M. (2011). Acting on desire: The role of erectile dysfunction medication. Speaker selected from abstract at 23 Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Canberra, 26-28 September.

Prestage, G., Down, I., Brown, G., & Hurley, M. (2011). Desire and risk: Sick, bad or 'hot'? Speaker selected from abstract at 23 Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Canberra, 26-28 September.

Prestage, G., Down, I., Bradley, J., McCann, P. D., Brown, G., Jin, F., & Hurley, M. (2011). Is optimism enough? Speaker selected from abstract at 23 Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Canberra, 26-28 September.

Prestage, G. (2011). The term MSM demeans us all. Speaker selected from abstract at 23 Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Canberra, 26-28 September.

Barrett, C. (2010). Val's Café: Meeting the needs of older GLBTI Australians. National Health in Difference Conference. Sydney, April.

Croy, S., Thorpe, R., Petersen, K., & Pitts, M. K. (2010). The Regulation of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) in South Australia. Invited presentation at The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Conference. Sydney, December.

Dowsett, G. W. (2010). Participation as Fellow of the Academy at The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia Annual Symposium. Canberra, November.

Dowsett, G. W. (2010). Feeling Queer: Gay Men's Health and Health Policy in the 'Teenies'. Invited roundtable presentation at Andology Australia Forum: Tackling the Inequities of Men's Health. Sydney, June.

Dowsett, G. W. (2010). The war on beats: 'Policing public sex: Social dimensions and failures'. Invited roundtable presentation at FEAST Queer Thinkers Forum. Adelaide, November.

Hillier, L. (2010). Risky lessons: Challenges to sex education in Australia. Keynote presentation at Reach, Teach and Support: A sexual and reproductive health promotion conference for primary and secondary school years. Melbourne University and Goulburn Health, 23-24 August.

Hurley, M. (2010). When HIV is Endemic. Panel presentation at AFAO National HIV Educators Conference. Sydney, May.

Hurley, M. (2010). When HIV is endemic amongst gay men. Symposium presentation at MSM and HIV satellite, annual ASHM conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, October.

Johnson, J. (2010). Diversity in Action - A community sector response to hepatitis B. Diversity In Health. Melbourne, June.

Leonard, W., & Barrett, C. (2010). No longer an optional extra: A/Crediting GLBT-inclusive mainstream service delivery. Take Care OutBack There, Rural GLBT Health and Wellbeing Forum. Beechworth, 2-4 September.

Leonard, W., & Couch, M. (2010). Reporting on the health and wellbeing of rural GLBT Victorians: Private Lives 2, the next iteration. Take Care OutBack There, Rural GLBT Health and Wellbeing Forum. Beechworth, 2-4 September.

Leonard, W. (2010). Safe sex and the aesthetics of gay men's HIV/AIDS prevention in Australia: From Rubba me in 1984 to F**k me in 2009. Quench: To satisfy a thirst, Adelaide Feast Festival. Feast Hub Light Square, Adelaide, 20-21 November.

Leonard, W., & Barrett, C. (2010). You're what!? Including gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) cultural competencies in the development and assessment of inclusive mainstream, health care delivery. Healthcare Communication Symposium 2010@Melbourne. The University of Melbourne Medical School, 6 December.

McInnes, D., Prestage, G., & Bradley, J. (2010). Responsibility, risk and negotiation in the discourse of gay men's group sex. 11th Social Research Conference on HIV, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases. Sydney, April.

Mitchell, A. (2010). Gay and Lesbian Health: What's the Difference? Keynote address at Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations Educators' Conference. Sydney, May.

Mitchell, A. (2010). Secondary Students and Sexual Health: Implications for Schools. Invited keynote address at Brigidine School Leadership Conference. Melbourne, August.

Muchoki, S. M. (2010). Sexuality, Sexual health and Post-refugee Experience of Migrants from the Horn of Africa: Setting up a new research agenda. Invited presentation at Engaging Africa/Engaging Africans: Knowledge, Representation, Politics. Melbourne, December.

Muchoki, S. M. (2010). Vocabulary used by Sexual offenders: Meaning and Implications in the HIV/AIDS Era. Invited presentation at Sexuality, HIV and AIDS in Africa. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, February.

Patel, S. (2010). 'Coming Out' Footy Posters. Invited panel presentation at Homophobia in Sport. Victoria University, Melbourne, September.

Prestage, G. (2010). Panel chair of joint symposium 'Desirable Men' at 22nd Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, 20-22 October.

Prestage, G. (2010). Disclosing HIV status to casual partners. Speaker selected from abstract at 22nd Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, 20-22 October.

Prestage, G. (2010). Enlightened self-interest or 'cultures of care?'. 11th Social Research Conference on HIV, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases. Sydney, April.

Prestage, G. (2010). A new dawn? Victoria's response to troubled times. Session Chair of Sponsored Satellite Symposium by Dept of Health Victoria at 22nd Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, 20-22 October.

Prestage, G., Brown, G., & Hurley, M. (2010). PASHing with the results - implications and application of the results of the PASH study. AFAO HIV Educators Conference. Sydney, May.

Prestage, G., Hurley, M., Brown, G., Down, I., Bradley, J., & McCann, P. (2010). Reasoning risk-reduction. 11th Social Research Conference on HIV, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases. Sydney, April.

Prestage, G. (2010). What if we don't like the answer? Making the evidence fit the framework or rethinking the framework. Invited speaker at 22nd Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, 20-22 October.

Russell, J. M., Smith, A. M. A., & Grierson, J. (2010). Transactions of social supports with healthcare providers: Personal networks of women living with HIV in Australia. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, October.

Wallace, J., Pitts, M. K., & McNally, S. (2010). Opening a can of worms; regulations affecting hepatitis C prevention. Anex 2010 Australian Drugs Conference: Public Health and Harm Reduction. Melbourne, 25 October.

Wallace, J., McNally, S., & Richmond, J. A. (2010). Respecting cultural diversity: Responding to the needs of people with chronic hepatitis B. Diversity in Health 2010. Melbourne.

Ward, R., & Mitchell, A. (2010). So gay, so what? Same Sex Attracted Young People and Privacy. Invited workshop presentation at Watch this Space: Children, young people and privacy. Melbourne, May.

Couch, M. (2009). Civil society and responses to the HIV epidemic in the Asia-Pacific Region: Articulations with human rights, governance and regulation. 2009 Conference of The Australian Sociological Association, The Future of Sociology. Australian National University, Canberra, 1-4 December.

Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., Pitts, M. K., Solomon, V., Lindegger, G., & Durrheim, K. (2009). Social network characteristics and their relationship to peer education among young South Africans. South African AIDS conference. Durban, South Africa, 31 March-3 April.

Leonard, W. (2009). Where are we now? Private lives: A comparative analysis of the health and wellbeing of metropolitan and rural GLBTI Victorians. Key note address at LGBTIQ Rural Forum - Queer in the country. Craig's Royal Hotel, Ballarat, 25-26 June.

McCoy, B. (2009). "Bridging the Health Divide: Indigenous men engaging chronic disease through sport". AIATSIS National Indigenous Studies Conference, Perspectives on Urban Life: Connections and reconnections. Australian National University, 29 September-1 October.

McCoy, B. (2009). Indigenous Men and Chronic Disease: Can Sport Become More than a Game and a Preventative Tool?Keynote Presentation at 13th Annual NT Chronic Diseases Network Conference Prevention is the Best Medicine. Darwin, 10-11 September.

Pitts, M. K. (2009). Chlamydia - what do young people know and do?Victorian Planning and Priority Setting Forum on Chlamydia. Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society; La Trobe University, 1 June.

Pitts, M. K. (2009). Knowledge Attitudes and Beliefs regarding HPV vaccination and screening. Preventing Cervical Cancer 2009: Integrating screening and vaccination (PCC2009). Sofitel, Melbourne, 18-20 March.

Pitts, M. K. (2009). Speaking to schools and parents about HPV vaccines. Cervical Cancer Not Yet Beaten. Melbourne, July.

Pitts, M. K. (2009). What do young Australians know about sexual health? ASHM Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Brisbane, 10 September.

Wallace, J., Pitts, M. K., & McNally, S. (2009). Opening a can of worms: Service providers and policy makers view needle and syringe programme legislation in Australia. Presentation at Harm Reduction 2009. Bangkok, 22 April.

Wright, M., & McCoy, B. (2009). Empowering Public Health Research: An Indigenous and non-Indigenous reflection on public health research. AIATSIS National Indigenous Studies Conference, Perspectives on Urban Life: Connections and reconnections. Australian National University, 29 September-1 October.

Grierson, J., Thorpe, R., Pitts, M. K., Hughes, T., Saxton, P., Smith, J., Smythe, E., & Thomas, M. (2008). Being HIV Positive in Aotearoa/New Zealand: A Two study comparison 2001-2007. ASHM Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth, 17-20 September.

Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., & von Doussa, H. (2008). Walking after midnight: Trajectories of sex on premises visits: A systematic contribution to targeting health promotion to gay and bisexual men. ASHM Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth, 17-20 September.

Hillier, L. (2008). How can research into homophobia, address the problem for same sex attracted youth? Keynote Address. That's so gay. NSW Anti homophobia Interagency Conference. Sydney, 16 April.

Hillier, L. (2008). Outsmarting homophobia. That's so gay. NSW Anti homophobia Interagency Conference. Sydney, 16 April.

Imrie, J., Prestage, G., & Pitts, M. K. (2008). The feasibility of a national gay men's internet-based cohort and prospective behavioural surveillance platform in Australia - What are the issues?20th Annual ASHM Conference 2008. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth, 17-20 September.

Jin, F., Bradley, J., Slavin, S., Ellard, J., Grulich, A. E., & Prestage, G. (2008). Renewing the Seroconversion Study. 20th Annual ASHM Conference 2008. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth.

Jin, J., Crawford, J., Prestage, G., Zablotska, I., C, J. I., Kaldor, J. M., & Grulich, A. E. (2008). Risk reduction patterns of unprotected anal intercourse: Relative risk for HIV acquisition in the Health in Men (HIM) Study. 20th Annual ASHM Conference 2008. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth.

Jin, J., Prestage, G., Mao, L., Imrie, J. C., Kippax, S. C., Kaldor, J. M., & Grulich, A. E. (2008). Sexual partner's age as a risk factor for HIV seroconversion in the Health in Men (HIM) Study. 20th Annual ASHM Conference 2008. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth.

Pitts, M. K. (2008). Growing old disgracefully with HIV (Invited paper). 20th Annual ASHM Conference 2008. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth Convention Centre. Perth, 17-20 September.

Poynten, I. M., Jin, F., Prestage, G., Mao, L., Kippax, S., Kaldor, J. M., & Grulich, A. E. (2008). Non-occupational post exposure prophylaxis against HIV (NPEP) and subsequent HIV infection in homosexual men: Final data from the HIM cohort. 20th Annual ASHM Conference 2008. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth.

Prestage, G., Kippax, S. C., Jin, F., Frankland, A., Imrie, J., Grulich, A. E., & Zablotska, I. (2008). Age and sexual behaviour among gay men in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. 20th Annual ASHM Conference 2008. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth.

Prestage, G., Hudson, J., Bradley, J., Corrigan, N., Down, I., Grulich, A. E., & McInnes, D. (2008). Gay men who engage in group sex are at increased risk of HIV infection and onward transmission: Data from the Three or More Study. 20th Annual ASHM Conference 2008. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth.

Prestage, G., Jin, F., Imrie, J., Zablotska, I., Kippax, S. C., Kaldor, J. M., & Grulich, A. E. (2008). Illicit drug use and risk of HIV seroconversion among gay men in Sydney: Data from the HIM cohort. 20th Annual ASHM Conference 2008. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth.

Prestage, G. (2008). Older gay men and risk. 20th Annual ASHM Conference 2008. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth.

Prestage, G. (2008). People living with HIV/AIDS research priorities. Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations National Forum on HIV Infections. Gold Coast, Queensland.

Prestage, G., Zablotska, I., Imrie, J., Pitts, M. K., & Grulich, A. E. (2008). Trends in drug use among gay men in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations National Forum on HIV Diagnoses Among Gay Men/Men Who Have Sex With Men. Sydney.

Prestage, G., Zablotska, I., Imrie, J., Pitts, M. K., & Grulich, A. E. (2008). Trends in HIV prevalence among gay men in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations National Forum on HIV Diagnoses Among Gay Men/Men Who Have Sex With Men. Sydney.

Smith, A. M. A., Grierson, J., & von Doussa, H. (2008). I met him at the candy store: Community attitudes to sex on premises venues and their patrons. 20th Annual ASHM conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth, 17-20 September.

Templeton, D. J., Jin, F., Mao, L., Prestage, G., Donovan, B., Imrie, J., Kippax, S. C., Kaldor, J. M., & Grulich, A. E. (2008). Reduced risk of HIV seroconversion among circumcised homosexual men who report a preference for the insertive role in anal intercourse. 20th Annual ASHM Conference 2008. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth.

Zablotska, I., Imrie, J., Prestage, G., Frankland, A., Grulich, A. E., & Kippax, S. C. (2008). Current care and support needs of HIV-positive gay men: What factors limit access to available services?20th Annual ASHM Conference 2008. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth.

Ciantar, B. P., & Dowsett, G. W. (2007). Masculinity, Sex and Health in Australian Men's Health Magazine. The 7th National Men's Health Conference. Adelaide, 3-5 October.

Flood, M. (2007). Harmful traditional and cultural practices related to violence against women and successful strategies to eliminate such practices - Working with men. Keynote and Invited Addresses at United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) Expert Group Meeting - Strategies for implementing the recommendations from the Secretary-General's Study on Violence against Women with Particular Emphasis on the Role of National Machineries. Bangkok, Thailand, 26-27 April.

Grierson, J. (2007). Changes in STI and HIV Testing. Invited paper presented at symposium 'New HIV Infections on the rise - why is it so and what can we do?' at Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Gold Coast, 8-10 October.

Grierson, J. (2007). Implications of sexual network studies for network epidemiology: A Victorian example. Invited paper at Complexity and population health: Network-based epidemiology. CSIRO and University of Melbourne. 19 January.

Grierson, J. (2007). Insights on Psychosocial Issues for PLWHA from Futures 5. Psychosocial Perspectives in HIV/AIDS-Emerging Themes. Melbourne, 14-15 May.

McNally, S., & Dutertre, S. (2007). 'I want it more than anything else on earth'- Improving access to anti-viral treatment for Vietnamese and Cambodian people with hepatitis C in Victoria. The 2007 National Hepatitis C Health Promotion Conference. Melbourne, 5-6 June.

Bennett, L. R. (2006). Islamic schools in Indonesia and Australia: A comparative perspective. Symposium on Islamic Schools in Indonesia. University of Western Australia, Perth, 27-28 October.

Brown, G. (2006). Invited Closing Rapporteur at National HIV/AIDS Educators Conference. Wollongong, May.

Dyson, S. (2006). "Practised ways of being": Lesbians negotiating gender and sexuality in clinical spaces. Thinking Gender - The NEXT Generation. Leeds, United Kingdom, June.

Flood, M. (2006). The Debate Over Men's Versus Women's Family Violence. AIJA (Australian Institute of Judicial Administration) Family Violence Conference. Adelaide, 23-24 February.

Flood, M. (2006). Ethical Issues in Qualitative Research on Sexuality. NCEPH Methodology Seminar Series. Canberra, May 16.

Flood, M. (2006). Separated Fathers and the Fathers' Rights Movement. Feminism, Law and the Family Workshop, Law School, University of Melbourne. Melbourne, 24 February.

Fox, C. (2006). Genitalising body image: Pop cultural messages and the role of the large penis in men's identity construction. Thinking Gender - The NEXT Generation. Leeds, United Kingdom, June.

Pitts, M. K., Grierson, J., & Thorpe, R. (2006). Living and working with HIV: Results from HIV Futures Surveys 1997-2005. 18th Annual ASHM Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, 11-14 October.

Thorpe, R. (2006). Resisting Medicalisation: The use of complementary medicine by people living with HIV/AIDS. Alternative and Complementary Health Research Network Conference. Nottingham, UK, July.

Thorpe, R. (2006). Resisting medicalisation: Use of complementary medicine by people living with HIV/AIDS. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Thorpe, R. (2006). Use of complementary medicine amongst people living with HIV/AIDS. Victorian Herbalists Association Meeting. Melbourne, May.

Wallace, J., McNally, S., & Temple-Smith, M. J. (2006). Helping or hindering public health? Laws, regulations and relating to hepatitis C. 2006 ASHM Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM).

Brown, G. (2005). Know your environment before outreaching - Meanings of internet chatrooms for gay men. Oral presentation at Australasian Society in HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM).

Dowsett, G. W. (2005). I type, therefore I cum: Men, technology and sexual health. 6th National Men's Health Conference. Melbourne, October.

Dutertre, S., & McNally, S. (2005). Access to HIV prevention information among culturally and linguistically diverse communities in Victoria: Findings from women and young people from the Horn of Africa and men of Arabic-speaking background. Diversity in Health Conference. Melbourne, October.

Dyson, S. (2005). A permanent discourse within my skin: The implications of historical and contemporary regulation and control of lesbianism for coming out/disclosure in the consulting room. Health in Difference: 5th National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Health Conference. Melbourne, January.

Dyson, S. (2005). The Trouble with Gender - homophobia and heterosexism as gender discrimination. 5th Australian Women's Health Conference. Melbourne, April.

Flood, M. (2005). Children, the internet and pornography. Sexual Integrity Forum. Parliament House, Canberra, August.

Flood, M. (2005). Father's rights and family law. Community Law in the 21st Century: National Community Legal Centres Conference. Canberra, October.

Flood, M. (2005). Father's rights and family law. Seminar, Women's Legal Service Victoria. Melbourne, August.

Flood, M. (2005). Father's Rights and Violence Against Women. Refocusing Women's Experiences of Violence. Sydney, September.

Flood, M. (2005). Mapping the Sexual Cultures of Young Heterosexual Men. Center for Women's Studies and Gender Research, School of Political and Social Inquiry. Monash University, Melbourne, May.

Flood, M. (2005). Sexual Ethics. Vincent Fairfax Fellowship Symposium 2005. Sydney, July.

Fox, C., & Fawkner, H. J. (2005). Penis size: Not just a gay man's fetish. 40th Annual Psychological Society Conference. Melbourne, Sept- October.

Grierson, J., Thorpe, R., & Pitts, M. K. (2005). Changes in the Health, Well-Being, and Social Connectedness of Australians Living with HIV/AIDS from 1997 to 2003. The American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR), 17th National HIV/AIDS Update Conference. Oakland, California, USA, April.

Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., Pitts, M. K., & Perri, V. (2005). Constructing collectivities: Gay men's understandings of community, coalition and public perception in Victoria. Health in Difference: 5th National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Health Conference. Melbourne, January.

Grierson, J. (2005). Futures past, futures present, and futures...well, future. NAPWA 10th Biennial Conference: Our Place, Your Place... in the bigger picture. Adelaide, November.

Grierson, J. (2005). Promoting the Aspirational Value of HIV Negativity: Research, Theory, Design and Implementation of the "Staying Negative" Campaign. The American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR), 17th National HIV/AIDS Update Conference. Oakland, California, USA, April.

Hillier, L., & Perri, V. (2005). Conversations across the generations. Health in Difference: 5th National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Health Conference. Melbourne, January.

Hillier, L., & Turner, A. (2005). 'It just kind'a hit me one day': Young men and women's first realisations of sexual difference. Health in Difference: 5th National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Health Conference. Melbourne, January.

Hillier, L. (2005). A place of their own: The importance of safe spaces for the health and well being of same sex attracted young people. 20/20 vision: 20 years since Ottawa. Australian Health Promotion Association 15th National Conference. Canberra, March.

Hillier, L. (2005). Where have we been in the last 10 years in research with same sex attracted young people?Schooling and Sexualities Conference - 10 years on. Melbourne, October.

Hurley, M. (2005). HIV Social Research in Australia. Advanced Course in HIV, AIDS Treatments Project Australia and Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM).

McDonald, K., & Slavin, S. (2005). The meaning of complementary and alternative medicine practices among PLWHA. 17th Annual Conference of the Australian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Hobart, August.

McNally, S., Dutertre, S., & Grierson, J. (2005). Access to HIV prevention information among culturally and linguistically diverse communities in Victoria: Findings from the Arabic speaking community. 17th Annual Conference of the Australian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Hobart, August.

Mitchell, A. (2005). Gay and Lesbian Health Victoria, The newly established health resource unit. Health in Difference: 5th National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Health Conference. Melbourne, January.

Pitts, M. K. (2005). MATES: Sexuality and fertility in middle-aged and older Australian men. British Psychological Society Conference. Coventry, United Kingdom, 7 September.

Pitts, M. K. (2005). MATES: Sexuality and fertility in middle-aged and older Australian men. Sexual Health Conference. Tasmania, August.

Prestage, G., Rawstorne, P., Fogarty, A., Grierson, J., & Grulich, A. E. (2005). Alcohol and illicit drug use in the positive Health (pH) cohort. 17th Annual Conference of the Australian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Hobart, August.

Rawstorne, P., Race, K., Prestage, G., Fogarty, A., Grierson, J., & Kippax, S. C. (2005). Assumptions about partner serostatus and difficulties with disclosure among a cohort of HIV-positive men. 17th Annual Conference of the Australian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Hobart, August.

Rawstorne, P., Race, K., Prestage, G., Fogarty, A., Grierson, J., & Kippax, S. C. (2005). Difficulties disclosing to casual partners and assumptions about partner serostatus. NAPWA 10th Biennial Conference: Our Place, Your Place in the bigger picture. Adelaide, November.

Rule, J., Grierson, J., Thorpe, R., & Pitts, M. K. (2005). HIV Futures 4 forum: Drilling into the data. 17th Annual Conference of the Australian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Hobart, August.

Slavin, S. (2005). Contemporary meanings of risk among gay men recently infected with HIV in Melbourne. 17th Annual Conference of the Australian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Hobart, August.

Temple-Smith, M. J., Jenkinson, K., Lavery, J., & Gifford, S. (2005). Discrimination or discretion? Dentist's experiences of providing care to people with hepatitis C. Australian Society of HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Hobart, August.

Willis, J. M. (2005). Is there gay social capital? Will more of it make us healthier. Health in Difference: 5th National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Health Conference. Melbourne, January.

Willis, J. M., & Anderson, I. (2005). Social and behavioural interventions in indigenous sexual health: A systematic review to establish evidence based best practice. Taking Control: Our Health, our future, Aboriginal Health Promotion Conference. Fremantle, November.

Bruce, N. (2004). Consumer participation in Breast Services. Research to Reality: The 6th National Breast Care Nurses Conference. Queensland, March.

Cummings, R., & Hillier, L. (2004). What is this HepC thing?Towards Informed Practice - Hepatitic C Research at ARCSHS, and beyond. Melbourne, March.

Ellard, J., Slavin, S., Murphy, D. J., Kippax, S. C., Jin, F., & Grulich, A. E. (2004). "Casual" encounters? Exploring the category of casual partners and the factors that influence negotiations around HIV status and unprotected anal intercourse. New Technologies, New Responses, the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases (HHARD) Social Research Conference and the AFAO/NAPWA HIV Educators' Conference. Sydney, May.

Fogarty, A., Rawstorne, P., Prestage, G., Grierson, J., & Kippax, S. C. (2004). Factors associates with the therapeutic use of marijuana in a cohort of HIV positive participants. New Technologies, New Responses, the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases (HHARD) Social Research Conference and the AFAO/NAPWA HIV Educators' Conference. Sydney, May.

Fox, C., & Fawkner, H. J. (2004). The penis in words. Poster presentation at National Sexology Conference. Sydney, December.

Fox, C., & Fawkner, H. J. (2004). Sizing up the man: A qualitative exploration of the importance of penis size to men. National Sexology Conference. Sydney, December.

Grierson, J., & Batrouney, C. (2004). Being positive about being negative: Can it work? New Technologies, New Responses, the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases (HHARD) Social Research Conference and the AFAO/NAPWA HIV Educators' Conference. Sydney, May.

Grierson, J. (2004). HIV and fatherhood. Faculty of Health Sciences Research Conference: The Health and Wellbeing of Children and Adolescents. Melbourne.

Grierson, J., Thorpe, R., & Pitts, M. K. (2004). HIV Futures 4: State of the [positive] nation. 16th Annual Conference for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Canberra, September.

Grierson, J. (2004). Issues in Hepatitis C and HIV co-infection. Towards Informed Practice - Hepatitic C Research at ARCSHS, and beyond. Melbourne, March.

Hillier, L., & Turner, A. (2004). Double trouble? Young people negotiating diverse sexualities and ethnicities in Australia today. The inaugural Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer Multicultural Conference. Living and loving in diversity. St Kilda, October.

Hillier, L. (2004). From the moral to the safety and rights arenas: Translating research into practice in schools. RED T.A.P.E Conference, Melbourne University. Melboure, November.

Hurley, M. (2004). Gay and Lesbian writing and publishing 1995-2001. 5th National Homosexual Histories Conference, ACLGR and ALGA. Sydney, October.

Hurley, M. (2004). Now and Then. New Technologies, New Responses, the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases (HHARD) Social Research Conference and the AFAO/NAPWA HIV Educators' Conference. Sydney, May.

Hurley, M. (2004). Risk adaption over time and challenges for health promotion. Rigour and Vigour Conference, Centre for HIV Health Promotion Research and AFAO. Curtin University, Perth, November.

Madeddu, D., Prestage, G., Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., Richters, J., Allan, B., & Grulich, A. E. (2004). The geography of gay community 'ghetto' in Sydney. 16th Annual Conference for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Canberra, September.

Madeddu, D., Prestage, G., Grulich, A. E., Richters, J., Grierson, J., & Allan, B. (2004). What do we know about whom? New Technologies, New Responses, the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases (HHARD) Social Research Conference and the AFAO/NAPWA HIV Educators' Conference. Sydney, May.

McNair, R., Kavanagh, A. M., Pitts, M. K., Horsley, P., & Agius, P. A. (2004). Comparing mental health indicators and health service usage of young lesbians and bisexual women, with heterosexual women (presented by Sue Dyson). National Lesbian Health Conference. University of Chicago, May.

Murphy, D. J., Slavin, S., & Batrouney, C. (2004). Nothing to fear but fear itself: Fear in HIV prevention. New Technologies, New Responses, the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases (HHARD) Social Research Conference and the AFAO/NAPWA HIV Educators' Conference. Sydney, May.

Ollis, D. (2004). "I'm just a home economics teacher": Does discipline background impact on teachers' ability to affirm and include gender and sexual diversity in secondary school health education programs. The Australian Association for Research in Education. Melbourne, December.

Ollis, D. (2004). Treading Water - An overview of the impact of professional development on secondary health education teachers preparedness to affirm and include sexual diversity in the curriculum. 18th World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education. Melbourne, April.

Pitts, M. K., Smith, A. M. A., Aguis, P., Dyson, S., & Mitchell, A. (2004). Secondary students, sexual health and HIV/AIDS: Results of the national surveys of Australian secondary students. 16th Annual Conference for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Canberra, September.

Prestage, G., Hurley, M., & Mao, L. (2004). Gay community: Subcultures, risk and 'comfortableness'. 16th Annual Conference for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Canberra, September.

Prestage, G., Rawstorne, P., & Grierson, J. (2004). Positive Health Study feedback: Workshop for HIV sector workers. VAC/GMHC. Melbourne, September.

Prestage, G., Rawstorne, P., & Grierson, J. (2004). Positive Health Study feedback: Workshop for the general community. VAC/GMHC. Melbourne, September.

Rawstorne, P., Fogarty, A., Crawford, J., Prestage, G., Grierson, J., & Kippax, S. C. (2004). Factors that distinguish between HIV- positive men who 'frequently' and 'occasionally' engage in UAIC acts with serononconcordant partners. New Technologies, New Responses, the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases (HHARD) Social Research Conference and the AFAO/NAPWA HIV Educators' Conference. Sydney, May.

Rawstorne, P., Worth, H., Crawford, J., Prestage, G., Fogarty, A., Van de Ven, P., Hull, P., Grierson, J., & Kippax, S. C. (2004). How valid are causal explanations linking methamphetamine ('crystal') use with increases in HIV infections. New Technologies, New Responses, the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases (HHARD) Social Research Conference and the AFAO/NAPWA HIV Educators' Conference. Sydney, May.

Rawstorne, P., Van de Ven, P., Crawford, J., Prestage, G., Grierson, J., Fogarty, A., Grulich, A. E., & Kippax, S. C. (2004). Trends in the uptake and use of combinations antiretroviral therapy in Australia since 1998. 16th Annual Conference for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Canberra, September.

Saunders, M., Willis, J. M., Grierson, J., McDonald, K., Hurley, M., & Pitts, M. K. (2004). Investigating the social world of aboriginal people living with HIV: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cohorts in the Australian "Futures" studies. 16th Annual Conference for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Canberra, September.

Shelley, J. M. (2004). Young women and abortion in Victoria. Family Planning Victoria. Melbourne, October.

Shelley, J. M. (2004). Young women and abortion in Victoria: Gaps in the data - Multi Agency Collaboration on Young People and Sexual and Reproductive Health in Victoria, Consultation ' Where is the evidence'. Royal Women's Hospital. Melbourne, July.

Slavin, S. (2004). Crystal Meth in the Australian gay context. New Technologies, New Responses, the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases (HHARD) Social Research Conference and the AFAO/NAPWA HIV Educators' Conference. Sydney, May.

Slavin, S., & Ellard, J. (2004). "I don't": Contested meanings of marriage in the context of social and political debates about the recognition of same sex partnerships. Annual Conference of the Australian Anthropological Society. Melbourne, September.

Slavin, S. (2004). Where is the love: Changing expressions of gay community. Australian HIV Educators Conference. Sydney, May.

Willis, J. M., & Peterson, M. K. (2004). The impact of industry structure and social organisation on male sex worker work practice. 16th Annual Conference for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Canberra, September.

Cummings, R., Hillier, L., & Price, B. (2003). Slipping through the net - an innovative online education strategy. Global crisis: Local action. 15th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Cairns, October.

Grierson, J., Smith, A. M. A., & Wain, D. (2003). Gay men's social and sexual networks: Insights into processes of peer influence and social change. Global crisis: Local action. 15th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Cairns, October.

Grierson, J. (2003). Positive lives in social research. 9th National Conference of the National Association of People Living with HIV/AIDS (NAPWA). Cairns, October.

Grierson, J. (2003). [Sero]status relationships: What HIV-positive people are saying about love sex and pleasure. Global crisis: Local action. 15th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Cairns, October.

Hillier, L. (2003). Appreciate me for who I am not who you want me to be. Keynote address at Changing their minds: Celebrating our diversity. 30 year anniversary conference of being liberated from DSM. Australian Psychological Society. Melbourne, October.

Hillier, L., de Visser, R. O., Kavanagh, A. M., & McNair, R. (2003). The association between sexuality and drug use in young women. Lesbian Health Conference, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society. Melbourne, August.

Hillier, L. (2003). Consider the fillies on the field: On gender and sexuality in women's football. Lesbian Health Conference, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society. Melbourne, August.

Hillier, L. (2003). Passive victims or active players? Recent research on same sex attracted young people and resistance (keynote address). Sticks and Stones: Creating safe and supportive environments in schools. Family Planning Australia. Sydney, November.

Hurley, M. (2003). Boundaries and borders: Researchers and researched. Invited research plenary address at 9th National Conference of the National Association of People Living with HIV/AIDS (NAPWA). Cairns, October.

Hurley, M., Machon, K., & Croy, S. (2003). Mainstream print media reporting of HIV increases 2000 - 2003. Global crisis: Local action: 15th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Cairns, October.

Jones, S., Temple-Smith, M. J., Gifford, S., & O'Brien, M. (2003). Hepatitis C research dissemination in the community: Challenges and opportunities. Global crisis: Local action: 15th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Cairns, October.

Kelly, A. (2003). It wasn't normal AIDS: Understanding the meanings people ascribe to a diagnosis of AIDS dementia. Global crisis: Local action 15th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Cairns, October.

Kelly, A. (2003). My brain was pickled and fried: Listening to the narratives of onset and diagnosis of AIDS dementia for those with the condition and their significant others. National Alzheimer's Association Conference. Melbourne, March.

Madeddu, D., Allan, B., Grierson, J., Richters, J., Prestage, G., & Grulich, A. E. (2003). What do we know about whom? Global crisis: Local action 15th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Cairns, October.

McDonald, K. (2003). HIV Positive women's attitudes to ARV during pregnancy. Global crisis: Local action. 15th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Cairns, October.

McNally, S., & O'Brien, M. (2003). Co-infection with HIV and hepatitis C: Life beyond the clinic. Global crisis: Local action 15th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Cairns, October.

Morris, K. (2003). Ethical issues in cervical screening in a defensive medico-legal climate. The Ethics and Philosophy of Health Financing and Research and Values into Policy and Practice: The first joint conference of The Royal Australian College of Physicians and The Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand. Melbourne, November.

O'Brien, M., & Gifford, S. (2003). Lesbian and bi-sexual women's experiences of living with hepatitis C. Lesbian Health Conference, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society. Melbourne, August.

Rawstorne, P., Song, A., Prestage, G., Grierson, J., & Kippax, S. C. (2003). Positive community engagement among people living with HIV or AIDS (PLWHA). Global crisis: Local action 15th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Cairns, October.

Shelley, J. M., Healy, D., & Grover, S. (2003). Is Curettage still the best care for women following miscarriage. Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 5th Annual Scientific Metting. Auckland, September.

Slavin, S. (2003). Functional drug use: A moveable feast. The Australian Association of Needle Exchange Program (ANEX) Conference. Melbourne, June.

Slavin, S., & Ellard, J. (2003). Meanings of substance and sex among gay men. Global crisis: Local action 15th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Cairns, October.

Slavin, S., & Ellard, J. (2003). Shared substance between gay men: Narratives of unprotected sex in Australia. 102nd annual ameeting of the American Anthropological Association. Chicago, November.

Smith, A. M. A. (2003). Contraceptive practices and pregnancy trends in young women (Invited Address). Young, Pregnant and Parenting Forum, Absolutely Women's Health. Melbourne, September.

Smith, A. M. A. (2003). The sexual behaviour and sexual health of Australian men (Invited Keynote Address). 5th National Men and Boys Health Conference. Palm Cove, September.

Stoové, M., & O'Brien, M. (2003). Falling through the cracks: The experiences of male injecting drug users with hep C. The Australian Association of Needle Exchange Program (ANEX) Conference. Melbourne, June.

Sullivan, K., Willis, J. M., & Welsh, K. (2003). The role of Aboriginal health workers in palliative care. 4th National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers Conference. Adelaide, August.

Willis, J. M. (2003). Formal human rights protections do not guarantee freedom from stigma: The case of Aboriginal Australians living with HIV. Global crisis: Local action. 15th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Cairns, October.

Willis, J. M., & Saunders, M. (2003). The HIV Futures 3 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cohort. Global crisis: Local action 15th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Cairns, October.

Willis, J. M. (2003). Til death us do part: Living in a serodiscordant relationship. Global crisis: Local action. 15th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Cairns, October.

Willis, J. M. (2003). The worst of all possible worlds: Gay indigenous men living with HIV. Structural Inequality and HIV/AIDS at the Global and National Level Conference. Yale University, New Haven, April.

Bennett, L. R. (2002). Spirituality in the Sterile Field: Childbirth, Sycretism and Islam in Mataram, Eastern Indonesia. Locations of Spirituality: Experiences and Writings of the Sacred. Canberra, Australian National University, October.

de Visser, R. O. (2002). Sexually transmitted infections among heterosexual young adults. Changing Risks Changing Communities, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and Related Diesases Social Research Conference, National Centre for HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales. Sydney, May.

Dempsey, D. (2002). Donors, daddies, uncles, fathers and parents: Australian gay men and the lesbian and gay 'baby boom'. The Conference in honour of Jeffrey Weeks. Sydney University, Sydney, March.

Dowsett, G. W. (2002). Report on the Community Education Workforce and Training (CEWT) Study. National HIV Educators Conference. Sydney, May.

Dy, D., Gifford, S., & O'Brien, M. (2002). The socio-cultural context of hepatitis C among Cambodian and Vietnamese women living in Melbourne: Implications for prevention and care. Changing Risks Changing Communities, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and Related Diesases Social Research Conference, National Centre for HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales. Sydney, May.

Gertig, D. M., Erbas, B., Fletcher, A., Amos, A., & Kavanagh, A. M. (2002). Hormone replacement therapy, breast tumor size and grade in a mamographic screening program. The Australasian Epidemiological Association Conference. Wellington, New Zealand, September.

Grierson, J., McDonald, K., Rule, J., & Johnston, C. (2002). HIV Futures 3: Key findings and implications for services. Changing Risks Changing Communities, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and Related Diesases Social Research Conference, National Centre for HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales. Sydney, May.

Grierson, J. (2002). Losing my minds: Exploring mental health needs in HIV/AIDS. Faculty of Health Sciences Research Conference, La Trobe University. Melbourne, December.

Grierson, J. (2002). (No)body Positive: Community, collectivity, coalition and coercion. Changing Risks Changing Communities, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and Related Diesases Social Research Conference, National Centre for HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales. Sydney, May.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., Misson, S., Willis, J. M., Hughes, T., Saxton, P., & Whyte, M. (2002). Sexual cultures, sexual governance and sexual practice among Australian and New Zealand gay men with HIV. The 14th Annual Conference, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, October.

Hillier, L., de Visser, R. O., & Kavanagh, A. M. (2002). Drug use in young lesbians and bisexual women. Health in Difference 4, Fourth National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference. Sydney, October.

Hillier, L. (2002). 'On the net I'm just me and that's fine': Same sex attracted youth, safe places and counter cultures. The Society for Research on Adolescence, 9th Biennial meeting. New Orleans, April.

Hillier, L., Horsley, P., & Kurdas, C. (2002). 'On the net I'm just me and that's fine': Same sex attracted youth, safe places and counter cultures. Changing Risks Changing Communities, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and Related Diesases Social Research Conference, National Centre for HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales. Sydney, May.

Horsley, P. (2002). State of the community: A critical diagnosis. Health in Difference 4, Fourth National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference. Sydney, October.

Horsley, P., Pitts, M. K., Kavanagh, A. M., & Tong, B. (2002). Young bisexual women and lesbians' use of health services. Health in Difference 4, Fourth National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference. Sydney, October.

Hurley, M. (2002). Doctors and the configuration of HIV treatments breaks. The 14th Annual Conference, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, October.

Hurley, M. (2002). Pre-crisis management and HIV moralism. Changing Risks Changing Communities, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and Related Diesases Social Research Conference, National Centre for HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales. Sydney, May.

Hurley, M. (2002). Process as output. Changing Risks Changing Communities, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and Related Diesases Social Research Conference, National Centre for HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales. Sydney, May.

Hurley, M. (2002). Safe sex cultures. Queensland AIDS Council Educators Conference. Brisbane, April.

Kavanagh, A. M., Marr, G., Tong, B., Cawson, J., Giles, G. G., Gertig, D. M., & Hopper, J. (2002). Hormone replacement therapy, breast density and the sensitivity of mammography. The Australasian Epidemiological Association Conference. Wellington, New Zealand, September.

Kavanagh, A. M., & Taft, A. (2002). Measuring place in multilevel studies. Public Health Association of Australia Conference. Adelaide, September.

Kelly, A. (2002). Complex problems with complex meanings: Exploring the 'drama of living and dying' with AIDS dementia. The 14th Annual Conference, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, October.

McNair, R., Dempsey, D., Wise, S., & Perlesz, A. (2002). Families, health and reproduction: An exploratory study of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender parents in Australia. Health in Difference 4, Fourth National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference. Sydney, October.

McNair, R., Kavanagh, A. M., & Tong, B. (2002). Mental health in young lesbians and bisexual women. Health in Difference 4, Fourth National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference. Sydney, October.

Misson, S., & Grierson, J. (2002). Correlates and consequences of ARV treatment breaks. The 14th Annual Conference, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, October.

Mitchell, A. (2002). Safety in our schools: A whole school approach to getting the needs of same sex attracted young people met in schools. Health in Difference 4, Fourth National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference. Sydney, October.

O'Brien, M., Misson, S., & Grierson, J. (2002). HIV and hepatitis C co-infection: Experiences of a National sample. The 14th Annual Conference, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, October.

O'Brien, M., Misson, S., & Grierson, J. (2002). Solo or synergy? HIV and hepatitis C co-infection. Changing Risks Changing Communities, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and Related Diesases Social Research Conference, National Centre for HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales. Sydney, May.

Ollis, D. (2002). Talking Sexual Health - Toward an inclusive approach. Framing the future, PDHPETA State Conference. Armidale, NSW, October.

Pitts, M. K. (2002). A tale of three cities. The 14th Annual Conference, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, October.

Pitts, M. K., Grierson, J., & Misson, S. (2002). Three Futures: Changes in the relationship of Australian PLWHA to HIV treatment, side effects, outcomes and management. The 14th Annual Conference, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, October.

Pitts, M. K. (2002). Understanding men's experience of urethral symptoms. The 14th Annual Conference, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, October.

Prestage, G., Rawstorne, P., & Grierson, J. (2002). Differences in access to services and community support within the positive health cohort. Changing Risks Changing Communities, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and Related Diesases Social Research Conference, National Centre for HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales. Sydney, May.

Prestage, G., Grierson, J., Rawstorne, P., & Jewitt, J. (2002). Research on living with HIV. NSW Rural Health Forum, Participating, Informing, Networking - Capacity Building and Partnership. Nelsons Bay, NSW, May.

Saunders, M. (2002). Work with us, not for us or on our behalf. Anwernekenhe III, 3rd National Indigenous Gay, Sistagirl and Transgender HIV/AIDS - Sexual Health Conference. Melbourne, May.

Slavin, S. (2002). 'Hard core' an ethnographic approach to gay men, sex and injecting drug use. The 14th Annual Conference, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, October.

Slavin, S. (2002). 'It's clean because I wiped it' an ethnographic approach to cultures of hygiene among injecting drug users. The 14th Annual Conference, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, October.

Willis, J. M. (2002). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Futures. Anwernekenhe III, 3rd National Indigenous Gay, Sistagirl and Transgender HIV/AIDS - Sexual Health Conference. Melbourne, May.

Willis, J. M., McDonald, K., Grierson, J., & Saunders, M. (2002). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People living with HIV. Changing Risks Changing Communities, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and Related Diesases Social Research Conference, National Centre for HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales. Sydney, May.

Willis, J. M. (2002). Closing Plenary. National HIV Educators' Conference, University of New South Wales. Sydney, May.

Willis, J. M. (2002). Mapping health risk with Indigenous men. Reproductive health: Taking care of tomorrow's world. Australian Tropical Health and Nutrition Conference. Brisbane, July.

Willis, J. M. (2002). Rapporteur's Report. Anwernekenhe III, 3rd National Indigenous Gay, Sistagirl and Transgender HIV/AIDS - Sexual Health Conference. Melbourne, May.

Willis, J. M., Grierson, J., & Hurley, M. (2002). Voices. Changing Risks Changing Communities, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and Related Diesases Social Research Conference, National Centre for HIV Social Research, University of New South Wales. Sydney, May.

Willis, J. M. (2002). Where do treatment failure, treatment interruptions and sub-optimal adherence fit with HIV-positive cultures of care. The 14th Annual Conference, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, October.

de Visser, R. O. (2001). The Australian Study of Health and Relationships: Methodological issues in the national sex survey. 2nd Bilateral Research Conference of Ateneo de Manila University and La Trobe University. Melbourne, April.

Grierson, J., & Misson, S. (2001). Social correlates of depression among HIV positive Australians. 13th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Grierson, J., & Misson, S. (2001). Tell me about it: Disclosure issues for HIV positive people. 13th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Grierson, J. (2001). Whose community is it anyway? The role of community identification in health management and service utilisation. AIDS Impact Conference. Brighton, UK, July.

Hillier, L. (2001). Being young and same sex attracted in rural areas (keynote address). Country AIDS Network, 2nd Futures Conference. Bendigo, June.

Hillier, L. (2001). Invisible, ignored and frustrated: Gendering same sex attracted young women's experiences of sex, love and homophobia. Keynote address at Homophobia get over it conference. Brisbane, June.

Hillier, L. (2001). Invisible, ignored and frustrated: Issues for same sex attracted young women. Lesbian Health Research Forum, Royal Women's Hospital. Melbourne, September.

Hillier, L., Johnson, K., & Harrison, L. (2001). Sex surveillance and secrets: Technologies of management and exclusion in the lives of people with and intellectual disability. Association for the Study of Intellectual Disability 36th Annual Conference. Melbourne, November.

Hillier, L. (2001). What do we know about same sex attracted young women? (keynote address). Affirming Diversity Symposium. Northern Sydney Health, August.

Hurley, M. (2001). Challenges of positive education (invited paper). AFAO/NAPWA Positive Education Conference. Sydney, January.

Hurley, M. (2001). Rethinking the clinic: Doctors, people with HIV and cultures of care. 13th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Kavanagh, A. M. (2001). How do we know what we know? The doing of public health research (Plenary address). 33rd Public Health Association of Australia Annual Conference. Sydney, September.

Lindsay, J., & Caulley, D. (2001). A job well done: Markers of rigorous qualitative research. Association for Qualitative Research Conference. Melbourne, July.

Lindsay, J. (2001). Partying hard: Understanding health risks in the social lives of young workers. 33rd Public Health Association of Australia Annual Conference. Sydney, September.

Mallett, S., Drummond, S., & Hall, C. (2001). Homeless young refugees: Engaging youth and service providers. Refugees, Humanitarian Settlers and Informa Arrivals - Assessing the Problems - finding the solutions. Key Centre for Women's Health in Society and VicHealth. Melbourne, April.

McDonald, K. (2001). Treatments, health and pregnancy among women living with HIV/AIDS in Australia. Australian Women's Health Conference. Adelaide, February.

McDonald, K., & Grierson, J. (2001). Women and antiretroviral treatment: Continued gender differences in uptake and attitude. 13th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Melder, A., Kavanagh, A. M., Daly, J., & Jolley, D. (2001). Sex and class: What's missing. 33rd Public Health Association of Australia Annual Conference. Sydney, September.

Mitchell, A. (2001). Beyond the birds and the bees: Talking to your children about sex (Keynote address). 5th National Parenting Conference. Melbourne, November.

Morris, K., & Kavanagh, A. M. (2001). The management of women with abnormal cervical cytology: A qualitative interview study (Invited Plenary Address). Australian Cytology Association, Royal Australian College of Pathologists. Adelaide, October.

O'Brien, M., Misson, S., & Grierson, J. (2001). The complexity of living with HIV and Hepatitis C. 13th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

O'Brien, M. (2001). Discipline, risk and drug use cultures in juvenile justice settings. Youth Cultures and Subcultures: Functions and Patterns of Drinking and Drug Use Conference. Sweden, April.

Pitts, M. K. (2001). What can we learn from the numbers? Invited plenary address, Peter Meese Memorial Session at 13th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Prestage, G., Rawstorne, P., Grierson, J., Song, A., Kippax, S. C., & Grulich, A. E. (2001). Changes of response to positive community in the era of AIDS and its treatments. 13th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Prestage, G., Rawstorne, P., Grierson, J., Song, A., Kippax, S. C., & Grulich, A. E. (2001). Treatments use and health monitoring among PLWHA. 13th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Prestage, G., Rawstorne, P., Grierson, J., Song, A., Kippax, S. C., & Grulich, A. E. (2001). Use of health services among PLWHA. 13th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Willis, J. M., & Peterson, K. (2001). The fine line between pleasure and paid: The sexual culture of male sex workers in Melbourne. 2nd Futures: Victorian Rurual Health Forum. Bendigo, June.

Willis, J. M. (2001). The heart of the conference: Rapporteurs report of the open-mike session. Positive Voices: Strengthening the response to HIV & AIDS. 8th National Conference of the National Association of People With AIDS. Melbourne, April.

Willis, J. M., Grierson, J., & Hurley, M. (2001). Living by numbers: HIV, objectivity and clinical reductionism. Making a difference: Promoting Health in people with long term illness. Faculty research Conference, Faculty of Health Scineces, La Trobe University. Melbourne, October.

Willis, J. M. (2001). Numbers: The social and cultural environment. Positive Voices: Strengthening the response to HIV & AIDS. 8th National Conference of the National Association of People With AIDS. Melbourne, April.

Willis, J. M. (2001). Social science at ASHM. Rapporteur's report at 13th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Willis, J. M., Grierson, J., Hurley, M., & Misson, S. (2001). Taking care of me, taking care of others: Strategies for safer relationships. 13th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Banwell, C., Karvelas, M., Bammer, G., Gifford, S., O'Brien, M., & Main, N. (2000). Women living with hepatitis C: What are the family and social issues. Public Health Association of Australia Conference. Canberra, November.

Brown, G. (2000). The collaboration of social research, education and community. Invited Oral Presentation at National HIV Social Research Conference.

Brown, G. (2000). Health Promotion, Health Services and Research - working the mix. Invited Oral Presentation at National HIV/ AIDS Educators Conference.

Brown, G. (2000). Positive Information and Education Plenary. Invited Plenary Presentation at National HIV/AIDS Educators Conference. Sydney, May.

de Visser, R. O. (2000). Better late than never? Heterosexual men and condom use. Boyzone: A Conference on Masculinity, Sex and Health. Melbourne, October.

Dowsett, G. W., McInnes, D., McDonnell, E., & Misson, S. (2000). The community health education workforce: Cornerstone of prevention education in HIV/AIDS and related diseases and health education for people living with HIV/AIDS. Poster at The Australasian Society for HIV Medicine 12th Annual Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Gifford, S., Karvelas, M., O'Brien, M., Banwell, C., & Bammer, G. (2000). Getting what women need? Experiences of health care among women living with hepatitis C. The Australasian Society for HIV Medicine 12th Annual Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Gifford, S., O'Brien, M., Banwell, C., & Bammer, G. (2000). Women living with hepatitis C. St Vincent's Hospital HBV/HCV Symposium. Melbourne, November.

Grierson, J. (2000). Heterosexual men living with HIV/AIDS in Australia: The Futures II results. Boyzone: A Conference on Masculinity, Sex and Health. Melbourne, October.

Grierson, J., McDonald, K., & de Visser, R. O. (2000). HIV Futures II: Implications for HIV/AIDS Organisations and Service providers. The HIV/AIDS & Related Diseases Social Research Conference. Sydney, May.

Grierson, J., McDonald, K., & de Visser, R. O. (2000). HIV Futures II: Implications for HIV/AIDS organisations and service providers - A symposium. HIV/AIDS & Related Diseases Social Research Conference. Sydney, May.

Grierson, J. (2000). "I am HIV (positive)": An exploration of the meanings of HIV identity and HIV community. The HIV/AIDS & Related Diseases Social Research Conference. Sydney, May.

Grierson, J. (2000). Surviving survival: Social correlates of metal health and psychological distress among HIV positive people from the HIV Futures II Study. Mental Health and HIV Forum, COPE. Adelaide, November.

Hillier, L. (2000). Boy + boy: The sexual health issues of same sex attracted young men. Boyzone: A Conference on Masculinity, Sex and Health. Melbourne, October.

Hillier, L. (2000). Caught up in the web: Adult fears and young people's experiences of the Internet. New Work, New Word: A Conference exploring current practice and research around Lesbian and Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Young People. Melbourne, October.

Hillier, L., & Horsley, P. (2000). Finding safe places and community: Same sex attracted young people in cyberspace. 4th National Sexuality Education Conference. Hobart, May.

Hillier, L. (2000). The girls and the boys in our town: On being young and sexual in rural areas. Achieving Together Conference. Ballarat, November.

Hillier, L., Johnson, K., & Harrison, L. (2000). Sex, desire and love in the lives of men with intellectual disabilities. Boyzone: A Conference on Masculinity, Sex and Health. Melbourne, October.

Hurley, M. (2000). Gender writing. Invited Speaker at Feast: Adelaide Gay and Lesbian Arts Festival. Adelaide, November.

Hurley, M. (2000). Getting It. Invited Speaker at Feast: Adelaide Gay and Lesbian Arts Festival. Adelaide, November.

Hurley, M. (2000). History. Invited Speaker at Feast: Adelaide Gay and Lesbian Arts Festival. Adelaide, November.

Hurley, M. (2000). HIV Treatments. Invited panel member at 4th National Gay/Positive Educators Conference. Sydney, June.

Hurley, M. (2000). Media vectors, information loops, PLWHA cultures and HIV treatments information. The Australasian Society for HIV Medicine 12th Annual Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Karvelas, M., Gifford, S., O'Brien, M., Banwell, C., & Bammer, G. (2000). Promoting health, reducing stigma: Closing the inequality gap in access to primary health care for women living with hepatitis C. Health Promotion Conference. Melbourne, October.

Kavanagh, A. M. (2000). Breast cancer screening: Where are we know? Will we achieve our goals (Invited Speaker). Breast Radiology Conference, Royal College of Radiologists. Broome, June.

McDonald, K. (2000). A national picture of women living with HIV and AIDS. Women & HIV Speaker Series, Aids Council of New South Wales. Sydney, October.

McDonnell, E., McInnes, D., Dowsett, G. W., & Misson, S. (2000). Community educators and the work that they do: Investigating the national HIV and related diseases workforce and their pedagogy. The Gay and Positive Educators' Conference. Sydney, May.

McDonnell, E., McInnes, D., Dowsett, G. W., & Misson, S. (2000). A national survey of educators in HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and Sexually Transmissible Infections: Preliminary findings. 2nd National Hepatitis C Educators' Workshop. Brisbane, June.

O'Brien, M. (2000). Health care and risk in the juvenile justice system. Victorian Public Health Research and Education Council (VPREC) Illicit Drug Workshop. Melbourne, Sept.

O'Brien, M., & Newnham, K. (2000). Worker perceptions and the management of health risks for young people in the juvenile justice system. Innovation, interaction, integration: The Combined Australian Professional Society on Alcohol and Other Drugs (APSAD) and National Methadone Conference. Melbourne, November.

Pitts, M. K. (2000). The role of ARCSHS in Hepatitis research. Hepatitis C Conference. Coogee, November.

Rosenthal, D. A. (2000). The lucky country? Australian adolescents' responses to HIV/AIDS. Invited Paper at The Acadamy of Sciences Forum: Every 8 Seconds. Canberra, November.

Smith, A. M. A. (2000). The national prevalence study of sexual behaviours an attitudes - pilot results. Boyzone: A Conference on Masculinity, Sex and Health. Melbourne, October.

Wain, D. (2000). The hepatitis, injecting and gay health project: Preliminary findings. Boyzone: A Conference on Masculinity, Sex and Health. Melbourne, October.

Wain, D. (2000). Hobby or habit? Preliminary results from the hepatitis, injecting and gay health project. New Work, New Word: A Conference exploring current practice and research around Lesbian and Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Young People. Melbourne, October.

Willis, J. M. (2000). Indigenous constructs of masculinity and health. Boyzone: A Conference on Masculinity, Sex and Health. Melbourne, October.

Willis, J. M. (2000). Social Science at ASHM Conference 2000. Social science rapporteur's report at The Australasian Society for HIV Medicine 12th Annual Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Willis, J. M. (2000). This site is under construction: Men's health policy in Australia, the current state of play. Boyzone: A Conference on Masculinity, Sex and Health. Melbourne, October.

Austin, C., & Pitts, M. K. (1999). The psychosocial impact of breast cancer related lymphoedema: A focus group study. Division of Health Psychology. Annual Conference. University of Leeds, 1-3 September.

Bartos, M. (1999). AIDS as chronic illness: Illness work and subjectification. 11th Annual Conference or the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth, December.

Bartos, M. (1999). Dynamics of positive sexuality in a changed epidemic. 11th Annual Conference or the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth, December.

Bradley, E., & Pitts, M. K. (1999). Why is it so difficult for women to accept discharge following gynaecological cancer?Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference. University of Leeds, 1-3 September.

Couch, M. (1999). 'You're not alone Dick': Context and proximity in male impotence. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Adelaide, May.

Dempsey, D., & Hillier, L. (1999). Queer, questioning and confused: What so young people mean by bisexual?Health in Difference 3. Adelaide, July.

Dowsett, G. W. (1999). Better practice in hepatitis C prevention: A review of the current prevention education activities for people who inject drugs. 1st National Hepatitis C Educators' Workshop. Canberra, May.

Dowsett, G. W. (1999). Men are not fruit salad: Masculinity and the vagaries of variety. 3rd National Men's Health Conference. Alice Springs, October.

Dowsett, G. W. (1999). Overdetermined, oversexed and overit: Masculinity and sexuality. National Conference on Sexology - Sexualities: The Australian Kaleidoscope. Adelaide, October.

Dowsett, G. W., Turney, L., & Woolcock, G. (1999). The pedagogy of hepatitis C prevention: What do user educators do?11th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth, December.

Dowsett, G. W. (1999). Research Methods and Design Issues in Human Development Research. Keynote Address at 1998 Annual Research Conference, Victoria University. Melbourne: La Trobe University, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society. Melbourne.

Grierson, J., Bartos, M., de Visser, R. O., & McDonald, K. (1999). HIV Futures II: A report from the other side of HAART. 11th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth, December.

Grierson, J., Prestage, G., Race, K., & Song, A. (1999). Membership and alliances: The importance of community identifications for health maintenance in a HIV-positive cohort in NSW. 11th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth, December.

Harrison, L., Dempsey, D., & Hillier, L. (1999). Safe spaces? Exploring sexual difference in cyberspace. Sociology for a New Millennium: The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference. Melbourne, December.

Hillier, L., Harrison, L., & Dempsey, D. (1999). Discovering the fault lines: Same-sex attracted youth resistance and change. Sociology for a New Millennium: The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference. Melbourne, December.

Hurley, M. (1999). Hope, memory and HIV. Victorian Country AIDS Network Futures Forum. Bendigo, June.

Hurley, M. (1999). A tale of two daddies. Homosexual Histories 2 Conference. University of Melbourne, November.

Johnson, K., Hillier, L., & Harrison, L. (1999). People with intellectual disabilities: Living safer sexual lives. Australian Society for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disability. Sydney, September.

Kavanagh, A. M., & Daly, J. (1999). How do research methods shape public health. Public Health Association of Australia Conference. Darwin, September.

Kavanagh, A. M. (1999). Use of HRT and the accuracy of screening Mammography. Australasian Epidemiological Association. Darwin, September.

Kirkman, M., Rosenthal, D. A., & Smith, A. M. A. (1999). Adolescent sex and the romantic narrative: The exclusion of 'safe sex'. Sexuality and Psychotherapy: The National Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychotherapy. Melbourne, November.

Kirkman, M. (1999). "What's going to happen next month?" Why some infertile childless women may not rewrite their autobiographical narratives as non-mothers. Story, Narrative and the Clinic: Theory, Therapy & Health Care La Trobe University. Melbourne, February.

Kirkman, M. (1999). What's the plot? Applying narrative theory to research in psychology. The Annual Conference of the Women in Psychology Group of the Australian Psychological Society. Seymour, December.

McDonald, K., & Bartos, M. (1999). The role of motherhood in relation to HIV antiretroviral treatment. 11th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth, December.

Mischewski, A. (1999). Seminal articulations: A genealogy of men's seminal fluid. Sociology for the New Millennium: The Australian Sociological Association. Melbourne, December.

Mischewski, A. (1999). Structures of prevention: Safe sex/safe injecting audit of Mount Alexander Shire. Sociology for the New Millennium: The Australian Sociological Association. Melbourne, December.

Perlesz, A., & Lindsay, J. (1999). Methodological triangulation in researching families: Increasing validity of confirming complexity. Association for Qualitative Research Conference. Melbourne, June.

Race, K., Song, A., Crawford, J., Prestage, G., Grierson, J., & Kippax, S. C. (1999). Current use of HAART and related attitudes. 11th Annual Australasian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Perth, December.

Rahman, Q., & Pitts, M. K. (1999). What does it mean to 'have sex' in the UK? Division of Health Psychology. Annual Conference. University of Leeds, 1-3 September.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1999). How to play with the big boys and girls. National Podiatry Educators Conference. Melbourne, July.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1999). Sex and the body beautiful. Body Culture Conference: Victorian Health Promotion Foundation Annual Conference. Melbourne, July.

Smith, S., Pitts, M. K., & Rahman, Q. (1999). Sexual behaviour and risks of STDs in a student population. Division of Health Psychology. Annual Conference. University of Leeds, 1-3 September.

Willis, J. M. (1999). "If any man tried to do that to me, I'd pull his penis out and spear him": Heterosexism and homophobia in traditional societies. Plenary Presentation at Beyond Homophobia: Rethingking Ant-Gay Violence, Heterosexism and Homophobia in Multiple Perspective at San Francisco State University. San Francisco, April.

Willis, J. M. (1999). 'If any man tried to do that to me': Homophobia and heterosexism in a traditional aboriginal society. Keynote address at Queensland Sexual Health Conference. Brisbane, August.

Bartos, M., de Visser, R. O., Ezzy, D., Grierson, J., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1998). Antiretroviral uptake and effectiveness: The impact of social attributes. 10th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Newcastle, November.

Bartos, M. (1998). Antiretroviral uptake; Disclosure of HIV status; New treatments' impact on sexual practice (3 papers). Gay/Positive HIV/AIDS Educators Conference. Sydney, October.

Bartos, M. (1998). Risk assessment & the changing meaning of HIV. Health in Difference II: 2nd National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference. Melbourne, January.

Bickerton, S. M., Pitts, M. K., & Symonds, T. L. (1998). Are GPs and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferers communicating effectively? If not, why not?Division of Health Psychology, Annual Conference. University of Wales, Bangor, 1-3 July.

Couch, M., Dowsett, G. W., McInnes, D., Bollen, J., & Edwards, B. (1998). HIV/AIDS health promotion: Strategic deployment of 'Gay Community' in the frame work of the National Public Health Partnership. 4th National Conference, Australia and New Zealand Third Sector Research. Deakin University, Melbourne, June.

de Visser, R. O., Ezzy, D., & Bartos, M. (1998). "You've got to use everything you possibly can!": Use of complementary/alternative therapies by Australian PLWHA. Shifting Boundaries: 5th HIV/AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, October.

Dempsey, D., Hillier, L., & Harrison, L. (1998). Gendered (S)exploration among Same Sex Attracted Young People. Shifting Boundaries: 5th HIV/AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, October.

Grierson, J., Bartos, M., Ezzy, D., de Visser, R. O., & McDonald, K. (1998). A bit of us and a bit of them: The complexities of HIV community identification. Shifting Boundaries: 5th HIV/AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, October.

Grierson, J. (1998). The death of coming out: A breakdown in narratives and theory of gay identity development in a post-AIDS world. Shifting Boundaries: 5th HIV/AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, October.

Grierson, J. (1998). Rural and regional issues in the HIV Futures project. Moving Forward in the Bush: New South Wales Rural HIV Conference. Albury, October.

Harrison, L., Dempsey, D., & Hillier, L. (1998). Safe spaces? Doing sexual difference on the internet. Shifting Boundaries: 5th HIV/AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, October.

Harrison, L., & Dempsey, D. (1998). Sexual health interventions for homeless youth: A low priority in a hierarchy of need. Seventh Biennial Conference of the Society for Research on Adolescence. San Diego, February.

Harrison, L., & Ollis, D. (1998). Teaching for diversity: What does an inclusive curriculum in sexuality education look like?Health in Difference II: 2nd National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference. Melbourne, January.

Hillier, L., Dempsey, D., & Matthews, L. (1998). 'I never have sex when I'm stoned': Delving deeper into sex, drugs and risk among homeless youth. Seventh Biennial Conference of the Society for Research on Adolescence. San Diego, February.

Hillier, L., Harrison, L., & Dempsey, D. (1998). "There's just a little bit missing from my school's perspective on life": Problems of silence and misinformation for sexual minority youth. Shifting Boundaries: 5th HIV/AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, October.

Horn, G., & Bartos, M. (1998). The ground keeps moving: Current issues in health policy and service delivery in HIV/AIDS. Poster at 10th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Newcastle, November.

Horn, G. (1998). Mr Wonderful is lurking behind the door! Reality and fantasy in sexual interactions in SOPVs. Shifting Boundaries: 5th HIV/AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, October.

Horn, G. (1998). 'So that's what's goin' on!' Phenomenology and the negotiation of sexual interactions between men who have sex with men in sex-on-premises-venues. Health in Difference II: 2nd National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference. Melbourne, January.

Kirkman, M., & Bartos, M. (1998). Extent and nature of GPs' involvement in the management of patients with HIV/AIDS. 10th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Newcastle, Novemeber.

Kirkman, M. (1998). Thinking of something to say: Public and private narratives of infertility. The Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference. Canberra, October.

Lindsay, J., Smith, A. M. A., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1998). Young people, HIV/AIDS and sexual health: Findings from a national survey of secondary students. Coming of age, Sexuality education for the 21st century, The 3rd National Sexuality Education Conference. Perth, April.

McDonald, K., Bartos, M., de Visser, R. O., Ezzy, D., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1998). "I'm not quickly jumping on the 'it's just a chronic illness now' bandwagon": Sex differences in relation to HIV anti-retroviral treatments. 10th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Newcastle, November.

McInnes, D., Dowsett, G. W., Bollen, J., Couch, M., & Edwards, B. (1998). Reconceiving community in HIV health promotion. 10th National Health Promotion Conference. Adelaide, February.

Mitchell, A. (1998). STD Prevention messages for young people: What works. World AIDS Day National Youth Forum. Sydney, December.

Mitchell, A. (1998). You can con a chick into anything: The impact of gender expectations on the sexual relationships of young men. Men and Family Relationships National Forum. Canberra.

Rosenthal, D. A., Hillier, L., & Matthews, L. (1998). On being young and homeless: Sexual risk in context. Seventh Biennial Conference of the Society for Research on Adolescence. San Diego, February.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1998). The pill vs condoms; Australian teenagers and contraceptive choice. Shifting Boundaries: 5th HIV/AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, October.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1998). PLWHA and social research. Changing Horizons: 7th National NAPWA Conference of People Living with HIV/AIDS. Sydney, November.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1998). Putting research into practice: A case study of the sexual health of homeless youth. Seventh Biennial Conference of the Society for Research on Adolescence. San Diego, February.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1998). Sexual Health and young people. School HIV/AIDS, Sexual Health and Drug Education Forum, Education Queensland. Cairns, August.

Turney, L., Dowsett, G. W., & Woolcock, G. (1998). HCV prevention and the 'Reflexive Practitioner': Research in action - action into research. Poster at 10th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society fro HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Newcastle, November.

Walsh, J., & Warr, D. (1998). Delving deeper into sex, drugs and risk among homeless youth. Seventh Biennial Conference of the Society for Research on Adolescence. San Diego, February.

Walsh, J., & Warr, D. (1998). Putting research into practice: A case study of the sexual health of homeless youth. Seventh Biennial Conference of the Society for Research on Adolescence. San Diego, February.

Walsh, J., & Warr, D. (1998). True stories: Managing risk and safer sex when you are young and homeless. Seventh Biennial Conference of the Society for Research on Adolescence. San Diego, February.

Woolliscroft, J. G., Pitts, M. K., Cannon, S., & Johnson, I. (1998). The first time at a G.U. clinic: Delays and Triggers for Attendance. Division of Health Psychology, Annual Conference. University of Wales, Bangor, 1-3 July.

Bakopanos, C., & Gifford, S. (1997). The changing ties that bind: Sexuality and health among Greek parents and their young adult sons and daughters. 29th Annual Conference of the Public Health Association of Australia. Melbourne, October.

Bartos, M. (1997). What have changes in the meaning of living with HIV done to community and identity. 4th National Gay Educators Conference. Melbourne, June.

Dawson, M. T., Gifford, S., & Amezquita, R. (1997). The complementary use of 'Folk" and 'Scientific' medicine for sexual health problems among Latin American women living in Melbourne. 29th Annual Conference of the Public Health Association of Australia. Melbourne, October.

Dowsett, G. W. (1997). Improving health promotion in HIV/AIDS and related diseases: A new role for social research. The 9th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Adelaide, November.

Dowsett, G. W. (1997). Reflections on HIV/AIDS, its prevention and social research in the Asia-Pacific region. The 9th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Adelaide, November.

Ezzy, D. (1997). People Living with HIV/AIDS Snapshots. the 4th National Gay Educators Conference. Melbourne, June.

Ezzy, D. (1997). Time, narrative and illness. Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction Conference. Toronto, Canada, August.

Gifford, S. (1997). Where is social epidemiology in Australia? Strengthening partnerships with Anthropology. The Annual Scientific Meeting Proceedings of the Australiasian Epidemiological Association. Melbourne, October.

Hillier, L. (1997). War as a metaphor for heterosex. VII Biennial Meeting of the Network for Social Justice Research. Potsdam, July.

McConachy, D. (1997). Evaluating the impact of HIV/AIDS education programs. Vietnam Women's Union, withAustralian People for Health, Education and Development Abroad (APHEDA). Hue, Vietnam, July.

McConachy, D., & Booker, N. (1997). Evaluation training workshop. the 4th National Gay Educators Conference. Melbourne, June.

McConachy, D. (1997). Issues for People Living with HIV/AIDS. the 4th National Gay Educators Conference. Melbourne, June.

Pyett, P. (1997). Prostitutes and STDs: Whose health rights are at risk. Public Health Association of Australia Conference. Melbourne, September.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1997). A Woman's Perspective. VicHealth Conference: Challenges and change for men in the 21st century. Melbourne, May.

Rowe, K., Pitts, M. K., Clark Carter, D., & Meins, E. (1997). A comparison of assessment techniques for children's knowledge of the body. B.P.S. Health Psychology Special Group Conference.

Walsh, J. (1997). 'There's no secrets in a small town, no': Sexual and reproductive health issues for rural youth. Rural Australia: Toward 2000 Conference. Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, July.

Walsh, J., & Mitchell, A. (1997). 'There's no secrets in a small town, no': Sexual and reproductive health issues for rural youth. The National Rural Public Health Forum. Adelaide, October.

Bakopanos, C., Yesilyurt, Z., & Gifford, S. (1996). Sex, stigma and shame: Attitudes towards sexuality and gender roles among Turkish and second generation Greek women in Melbourne. National Centre in HIV Social Research: HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Melbourne, June.

Gifford, S., Bakopanos, C., Dawson, M. T., Stephens, D., & Yesilyurt, Z. (1996). Culture and gender: What does it matter? Methodological dilemmas in researching sexuality and HIV/AIDS in multi-cultural communities. National Centre in HIV Social Research: HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Melbourne, June.

Gifford, S., Bakopanos, C., Stephens, D., & Yesilyurt, Z. (1996). Does culture and gender matter? Challenges and strategies for STD and HIV/AIDS public health research in multicultural communities. The Annual Meeting of the Australian Public Health Association. Perth, October.

Harrison, L. (1996). Public bodies: Teenage pregnancy and the invasion of the body snatchers. Regulating Identities Conference. Surfers' Paradise, QLD University of Technology, October.

Harrison, L., Hillier, L., Warr, D., & Bowditch, K. (1996). Sex in the sticks: The meanings of sex to rural youth. National Centre in HIV Social Research: HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Melbourne, June.

Hillier, L. (1996). Gay, lesbian, bisexual, unsure: The rural eleven percent. Health in Difference: First National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference. Sydney, October.

Hillier, L., Harrison, L., & Warr, D. (1996). Safe sex, condoms and rural youth. National Centre in HIV Social Research: HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Melbourne, June.

Hillier, L., Harrison, L., Warr, D., & Bowditch, K. (1996). Sex in the sticks: The meaning of sex to rural youth. Society of Australasian Social Psychologists. Canberra, May.

Holmes, N., Triggs, T. J., Gifford, S., & Dawkins, A. W. (1996). Employer and employee perceptions of occupational injury risk in a blue collar, small business industry: Implications for prevention. Occupational Injury Symposium. Sydney, February.

Keogh, L. (1996). Contact tracing by general practitioners in Victoria. 8th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, November.

McConachy, D., & Grubb, I. (1996). Update on the progress of research at the National Centre in HIV Social Research: People living with HIV/AIDS and their carers. Turning Point: 6th National Conference of People with HIV/AIDS. Sydney, November.

Mischewski, A. (1996). Desirable disciplines: Activism and research around sexual practices. National Centre in HIV Social Research: HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Melbourne, June.

Mitchell, A., & Walsh, J. (1996). Shall ever the twain meet? Making the relationship between research and practice work. National Centre in HIV Social Research: HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Melbourne, June.

Mulvey, G. (1996). The involvement of Victorian general practitioners in the management of patients with HIV/AIDS. National Centre in HIV Social Research: HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Melbourne, June.

Mulvey, G. (1996). Results from a survey of knowledge, attitudes, behaviour and practice in relation to sexually transmissible diseases by Victorian GPs. Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Auckland, New Zealand, June.

Pyett, P., & Warr, D. (1996). Avoiding HIV on the streets: The health of women in sex work. National Centre in HIV Social Research: HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Melbourne, June.

Pyett, P. (1996). Hospital, prison or bawdy-house? A social history of STDs and prostitution in Australia. Comparative Perspectives on the History of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. London, University of London, April.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1996). Adolescent sexual behaviour. Dispelling the myths: From puberty to parenthood Young Mothers' Conference. The Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne, June.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1996). And what about heterosexuals? 8th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, November.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1996). Parents as sex educators - Do they? Can they? Should they? Rotary Health Research Fund Symposium: Health and the Family. Canberra, May.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1996). 'What's love got to do with it?' Safe sex in the 90's. National Centre in HIV Social Research: HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Melbourne, June.

Smith, A. M. A. (1996). AIDS is ... :Reflections on the Australian research response to the HIV and AIDS epidemics. 8th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, November.

Smith, A. M. A., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1996). Aspects of the social wellbeing of non-heterosexual youth. Health in Difference: First National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference. Sydney, October.

Smith, A. M. A. (1996). Young men and condom use. National Centre in HIV Social Research: HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Melbourne, June.

Stephens, D. (1996). Communities and identities. Turning Point: 6th National Conference of People with HIV/AIDS. Sydney, November.

Stephens, D., Marino, R., Yilmaz, T., & Nguyen, T., Q (1996). Discourses of prejudice and care: What men from different cultural backgrounds say about HIV/AIDS. National Centre in HIV Social Research: HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Melbourne, June.

Thompson, S. (1996). Questionnaire development in social epidemiology: Methodological challenges to studying the threat of diabetes in Melbourne Koories. 28th Annual Conference for the Public Health Association of Australia. Perth, October.

Walsh, J. (1996). Peer influence in sexual health promotion: The effect of the peer gaze on adolescent sexual beliefs, attitudes and behaviours. Peer Influence in Health Promotion, Centre for Adolescent Health. Melbourne, November.

Walsh, J., Hillier, L., & Harrison, L. (1996). The rural mural: Teaching for a positive sexuality. NSW Rural HIV Conference. Dubbo, March.

Crockett, S. (1995). Evaluation of a pap smear program in a multi-ethnic community health centre. PHA Conference. Cairns, September.

Dawson, M. T., & Gifford, S. (1995). Sexual Health and gender relations among Chilean women living in Melbourne. HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, July.

Dawson, M. T., Gifford, S., & Yesilyurt, Z. (1995). Social and cultural construction of sexuality and representations of risk for STDs among Chilean and Turkish women in Melbourne. The Australian Sociological Association Conference. Newcastle, December.

Gifford, S. (1995). The case of the shifting subject in qualitative research. Defining the Human Subject: Exploring the scope of the NHMRC statement. La Trobe University, March.

Gifford, S., & Dinh, P. (1995). Discourses of risk and sexual health among Vietnamese women living in Melbourne. HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, July.

Grierson, J. (1995). Bitchy little queens and fat old leathermen: Gay men reflect on the role of the gay community in their lives. HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, July.

Harrison, L., & Hay, M. (1995). Evaluating the evaluators: Multidisciplinary research is okay in theory, but what about the practice?NSW HIV/AIDS Education Conference. Sydney, November.

Harrison, L., Hay, M., Kokonis, A., & Mudge, M. (1995). Let's talk about sex, baby?: Evaluating sexuality education in the primary school. The Inaugural National Health Promoting Schools Conference- Developing Health Promoting Schools: Understanding Diversity, Promoting Social Justice and Creating Supportive Environments. Melbourne, September 21-23.

Harrison, L., Hillier, L., & Walsh, J. (1995). Teaching for a positive sexuality: Sounds good, but what about fear, embarrassment, risk and the 'forbidden' discourse of desire?Schooling and Sexualities: Teaching for a Positive Sexuality Conference. Deakin University, November.

Hillier, L., & Hickey, J. (1995). Collaboration: The whole is more than the sum of the parts. NSW HIV/AIDS Education Conference. Sydney, November.

Jones, J. (1995). Concerns around HIV/STDs and implications for sexual health promotion programs for women of NESB. 7th National Helaht Promotion Conference. Brisbane, Febuary.

McGowan, L., Clark Carter, D., & Pitts, M. K. (1995). A meta analysis of chronic pelvic pain. B.P.S. Health Psychology Special Group Conference.

Mitchell, A. (1995). What are they up to and do we need them anyway? Making the relationship between research and practice work. 7th National Health Promotion Conference. Brisbane, February.

Mulvey, G. (1995). Results of a survey of GPs in relation to management of STDs. Australian Society of HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Coolum, November.

Pyett, P. (1995). Living with herpes: Sex and stigma. The Australian Sociological Association Conference. Newcastle, December.

Pyett, P. (1995). Methodological issues in researching the sex industry. The Australian Sociological Association Conference. Newcastle, December.

Pyett, P. (1995). Researching sex work with sex workers: Methods, problems and solutions. La Trobe University Health Sociology Research Seminar. Melbourne, March.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1995). Born or made? Gender and sexuality. 'What about boys?' Youth Conference. University of New South Wales, Sydney, June.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1995). Social research among young heterosexuals: Implications for HIV/AIDS health promotion. NSW HIV/AIDS Education Conference. Sydney, June.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1995). Social research and HIV/AIDS. Australian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Coolum, November.

Stewart, F. (1995). 'I say nah not tonight': Young women's negotiation of their (hetero)sexual practices. Centre for Research on Education and Gender, Institute of Education, University of London. October. London.

Stewart, F. (1995). 'Nuh, not tonight' - controlling young women or young women controlled?HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, July.

Stewart, F. (1995). Punish or just plain discipline: The hidden worlds of young women's (hetero)sexuality. Intimacy, Values and Trust Seminar, South Bank University. October. London.

Buzwell, S. (1994). Change and development in the construction of the adolescent sexual self. 8th Australian Development Conference. Melbourne, November.

Buzwell, S. (1994). Change in the perception of the adolescent sexual self. National HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, July.

Gifford, S. (1994). Ethics, STDs and public health. Improving the publics' health. Strengthening partnerships in Victoria. Melbourne, August.

Gifford, S. (1994). The role of researcher and participants in social science research. Researching Health Care: Methods, Ethics and Responsibility. Melbourne, April.

Gifford, S. (1994). Sexuality and risk for STDs and HIV/AIDS among women of NESB. Representations of Culture, Sexuality and Marginalisation: Toward the Prevention of STDs and HIV/AIDS. Melbourne, July.

Goggin, M. (1994). Pleasure and uncertainty: Sex when you're positive. National HIV/AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, July.

Goggin, M. (1994). The positives of Perth: Young men living with HIV in the west. Positively Living Conference. Perth, April.

Goggin, M. (1994). Ways of living with HIV: Two year study of HIV positive young men. Australian Society of HIV Medicine. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, November.

Goggin, M. (1994). Ways of living with HIV: Two year study of HIV positive young men. National People with HIV/AIDS Conference. Sydney, November.

Jones, J. (1994). Concerns around HIV/STDs and implications for sexual health promotion among women of NESB. 7th National Health Promotion Conference. Brisbane, February.

Jones, J. (1994). Sexual health concerns and perceptions of risk for STDs among women of NESB. "Out There" HIV/AIDS Social Research Forum. Adelaide, November.

McGowan, L., Pitts, M. K., & Clark Carter, D. (1994). The Management of Chronic Pelvic Pain. B.P.S. Psychology and Women Section Conference. Sheffield.

Peart, R. (1994). New positions for the singles scene: Love, sex and post-structural feminism. HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, July.

Pyett, P. (1994). Sex as work: The working lives of women in the Victorian sex industry. Australian Sociological Association Conference. Geelong, December.

Pyett, P. (1994). Sex workers in Victoria: A profile. National HIV,AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, July.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1994). Adolescent behaviour and STDs. STDs: An update Family Planning Victoria Annual Seminar. Melbourne, November.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1994). Adolescent sexuality, gender and HIV/AIDS. Department of Health and Community Services Child and Adolescent Health Conference: Healthy Families, Healthy Children. Melbourne, September.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1994). Gender as an issue in sexuality education. Affirming diversity: 2nd National Sexuality Conference, Family Planning Australia. Melbourne, November.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1994). Gendered constructions of adolescent sexuality. Annual Conference of the Society for Research on Adolescence. San Diego, US, February.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1994). Heterosexuality after AIDS. Harmed Circles: Cultural Responses to the AIDS Crisis. Canberra, November.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1994). Is gender a health risk. Victorian Health Promotion Foundation: Beyond the Disease Paradigm Conference. Melbourne, November.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1994). Issues in adolescent sexuality. Sex, Drugs and : Issues for young people. Albury Community Health Centre, Wodonga, May.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1994). Psst! Information preference, source and trust. National Australian Association for Adolescent Health Conference. Adelaide, July.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1994). What have we learned from research on adolescent sexuality?National HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, July.

Smith, A. M. A. (1994). HIV/AIDS, social science and medicine: A mirror to the gaze. National HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, July.

Stewart, F. (1994). 'Once you get a reputation, your life's like..."wrecked".' The consequences of reputation for young women's sexual health and well-being. Australian Sociological Association Conference. Geelong, December.

Stewart, F. (1994). 'They think it comes in a package deal'. Young rural and urban women's negotiation of their sexual lives. National HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, July.

Stewart, F. (1994). Young women, sexuality and safe sex project. Australian Rotary Health Research Update Forum. Bendigo, October.

Buzwell, S. (1993). Adolescent attachment styles, the sexual self and sexual risk-taking. Social Aspects of HIV, AIDS and Society. Sydney, July.

Buzwell, S. (1993). Constructing a sexual self: Future time perspective's and their influence on sexual risk taking. Youth 93: The Regeneration Conference. November.

Buzwell, S. (1993). Constructing a sexual self: Sexual self conceptions and their influence on sexual risk taking. 28th Annual Australian Psychological Society Conference. Gold Coast, October.

Buzwell, S. (1993). Sexual self clusters and their influence on sexual behaviour. 5th Annual Conference on the Medical and Scientific Aspects of HIV/AIDS (ASHM). Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Gifford, S. (1993). Appropriate methods for participatory evaluation of HIV/AIDS prevention programs. Workshop - Participatory Evaluation and Community Based HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs. Melbourne, April.

Gifford, S. (1993). Boundaries and territories in public health. Public Health 1993: Outlays/Outcomes. Melbourne, April.

Gifford, S. (1993). Broken promises or missed understandings? Rationalities of risk in public health. Annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Washington D.C, 17-21 November.

Goggin, M., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1993). Coping strategies and psychosocial context of HIV positive young men. Australian Society of HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). University of Melbourne, Melbourne, October.

Goggin, M. (1993). HIV positive youth: Possible intervention. Support for Positive Youth public forum. Sydney, November.

Goggin, M. (1993). Psychosocial impact of HIV on HIV positive young men. 5th National Australian AIDS Conference, Living with HIV. November.

Goggin, M. (1993). Reconstructing the self. Centre for STD Research. November. La Trobe University Seminar Series.

Goggin, M. (1993). Young gay adolescents. 5th National Australian AIDS Conference, Living with HIV. November.

McGowan, L., Pitts, M. K., & Clark Carter, D. (1993). Chronic pelvic pain: A general practitioner's perspective. B.P.S. Health Psychology Conference.

McMaster, J., Bowman, M., & Pitts, M. K. (1993). Repeated Sexually Transmitted Diseases: An analysis of gender issues in Zimbabwe. B.P.S. Annual Conference.

McMaster, J., Magunje, N., & Pitts, M. K. (1993). Vendors views on herbal agents. Poster Presentation at B.P.S. Health Psychology Special Group Conference.

Rosenthal, D. A., & Gold, R. (1993). Gay men who have broken their own safe sex rules: An intervention study. HIV, AIDS and Society Conference. Sydney, October.

Rosenthal, D. A., & Moore, S. (1993). Health risks among Australian adolescents: Why concentrate on HIV/AIDS?60th Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. New Orleans, USA, March.

Rosenthal, D. A., & Moore, S. (1993). Incorporating sexuality into a sense of self. 28th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society. Queensland, September.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1993). Knowing about AIDS: From information to understanding. Australian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Rosenthal, D. A., & Gold, R. (1993). Unsafe sex among gay men: Towards a new intervention strategy. Australian Society for HIV Medicine Conference. Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October.

Senserrick, T., & Buzwell, S. (1993). Adolescents' future time perspective. National Postgraduate Conference. Brisbane, September.

Stewart, F. (1993). What's a girl to do? Young women and the development of safe sex health promotion. Youth Studies Symposium. Hobart, April.

Stewart, F. (1993). Youth health policy in Australia - a Victorian perspective. Towards a National Perspective, Youth Policy Conference. Melbourne, April.

Hadlow, J., & Pitts, M. K. (1991). Differences in Knowledge of Medical and Psychological Terms: Implications for Nurses Training. B.P.S. Conference. London.

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Fileborn, B., & Stathopoulos, M. (2013). Can prisons be supportive of victim/survivors' needs? Considering the role of prison culture and alternative responses. The Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference 2012, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 12-13 July 2012. Changing the way we think about change: Shifting boundaries, changing lives, 66-73. http://www.utas.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/418749/Changing_the_way_we_think_about_change-_-_Australian_and_New_Zealand_Critical_Criminology_Conference_Proceedings_2012.pdf.

Fileborn, B. (2013). GLBTIQ young adults' experiences and perceptions of unwanted sexual attention in licensed venues: Emerging themes and issues. The Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference 2012, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 12-13 July 2012. Changing the way we think about change: Shifting boundaries, changing lives, 19-28. http://www.utas.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/418749/Changing_the_way_we_think_about_change-_-_Australian_and_New_Zealand_Critical_Criminology_Conference_Proceedings_2012.pdf.

Couch, M., & Pitts, M. K. (2007). Living with HIV in a Tamil Nadu district: A report from the HIV Futures Tamil Nadu Project. Refereed Conference Proceedings of The 8th Conference of the Asia Pacific Sociological Association. Asia Pacific Region: Societies in Transformation, Penang, Malaysia, 19-21 November.

Couch, M. (2007). Session Introduction: Current Research on Sex, Health and Society in the Asia Pacific Region: The Under-labouring and the science. Refereed Conference Proceedings of The 8th Conference of the Asia Pacific Sociological Association. Asia Pacific Region: Societies in Transformation, Penang, Malaysia, 19-21 November.

Couch, M., & Pitts, M. K. (2007). Social transformations and the dynamics and contexts of male-to-male-sex in Indonesia and Thailand. Refereed Conference Proceedings of The 8th Conference of the Asia Pacific Sociological Association. Asia Pacific Region: Societies in Transformation, Penang, Malaysia, 19-21 November.

Couch, M., Pitts, M. K., Mulcare, H., Croy, S., & Mitchell, A. (2007). Transgenders, health services and desire for recognition. Refereed Conference Proceedings of Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons, TASA/SAANZ 2007 Joint Conference Proceedings.

Hallett, J., & Brown, G. (2007). Internet outreach - Experiences of the CyberReach project. Oral presentation included in full published proceedings of From Babies to Blokes - National Men's Health Conference.

Pitts, M. K., & Couch, M. (2007). Health, wellbeing, and access to health services among transgendered people: A report from the TranZnation Survey. Refereed Conference Proceedings of The 8th Conference of the Asia Pacific Sociological Association. Asia Pacific Region: Societies in Transformation, Penang, Malaysia, 19-21 November.

Russell, J. M., & Tsarenko, Y. (2007). Dyadic perspective on non-medical support needs for women living with HIV/AIDS in Australia. AMA Winter Educators Conference 2007, Sheraton Hotel & Marina, San Diego, CA, US, 16-19 February.

Bennett, L. R. (2006). Encountering the Sacred: Ethnographic and Historical Narratives. Refereed Conference Proceedings of Locations of Spirituality: Experiences and Writings of the Sacred, Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University, 26-27 October 2002. Locations of Spirituality: Experiences and Writings of the Sacred.

Bennett, L. R. (2006). Spirituality in the sterile field: Childbirth, syncretism and Islam. Refereed Conference Proceedings of Locations of Spirituality: Experiences and Writings of the Sacred, Conference held at the Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University, 26-27 October 2002.

Couch, M., & Pitts, M. K. (2006). Religious affiliation and non-heterosexual men and women in Australia: A report from the Private Lives Survey. Refereed Conference Proceedings of Sociology for a mobile world: TASA (The Australian Sociology Association) Conference, Crawley Campus, University of Western Australia, 4 December. 1-11.

Couch, M., & Pitts, M. K. (2005). Who's there? Is anybody there? Bisexuals and 'men who have sex with men' in sex and sexuality research. Refereed Conference Proceedings of The Australian Sociological Association 2005 Conference, Sandy Bay Campus, Thailand, December.

Couch, M., & Hong, K. T. (2004). Exchanges between men within the sexual economies of prostitution in Viet Nam. Refereed Conference Proceedings of TASA, Beechworth Campus, La Trobe University.

Hillier, L., & Mitchell, A. (2004). Shifting the discourse about same sex attraction from the moral to the safety and rights arenas: A collaboration between research, the community and those who liaise between them. Refereed Conference Proceedings of Social change in the 21st century. Centre for Change Research Conference, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, October.

Hurley, M. (2004). Boundaries and borders: Researchers and researched. Conference proceedings of The Art of Living, 9th NAPWA biennial conference.

Kirkman, M. (1999). Infertile mothers: A perspective from research and experience. Towards reproductive certainty: Fertility and Genetics beyond 1999 Proceedings of the Eleventh World Congress on In Vitro Fertilization and Human Reproduction Genetics, Lancashire. 120-124.

Smith, A. M. A., Mitchell, A., O'Donnell, D., Hillier, L., Horsley, P., Peters, J., & Tremellan, S. (1999). Agendering queers. Queering Health Agendas: Proceedings of Health in Difference II, the second national Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference, Melbourne, 22-24 January 1998. 7-18.

Smith, A. M. A., & O'Donnell, D. (1999). Foreword. Queering Health Agendas: Proceedings of Health in Difference II, the second national Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference, Melbourne, 22-24 January 1998. 6.

Smith, A. M. A., O'Donnell, D., Mitchell, A., Hillier, L., Horsley, P., Peters, J., & Tremellan, S. (1999). Queering Health Agendas: Proceedings of Health In Difference II, the second national Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference, Melbourne 22-24 January 1998. Melbourne.

Hillier, L. (1998). 'It ain't easy being lesbigay': Challenges of research with sexual minority youth in Queering Health Agendas. Refereed proceedings of Health in Difference II: 2nd National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference, Melbourne, 22-24 January 1998. 83-89.

Grierson, J. (1997). Marcia, Jan and Cindy: Generation gaps in the gay family. Health in Difference, Proceedings of the First National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference, Sydney 3-5 October 1996, Sydney.

Hillier, L. (1997). Lesbian, gay, bisexual, unsure: The rural eleven percent. Health in Difference, Proceedings of the First National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference, Sydney 3-5 October 1996, Sydney.

Horn, G. (1997). Dragnet: The role of the drag queen as a community educator. Health in Difference, Proceedings of the First National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference, Sydney 3-5 October 1996, Sydney.

O'Donnell, D. (1997). Gay men and STDs in the nineties. Health in Difference, Proceedings of the First National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference, Sydney 3-5 October 1996, Sydney.

Richters, J., Duffin, R., Gilmour, J., Irwin, J., Roberts, R., & Smith, A. M. A. (1997). Health In Difference, proceedings of the First National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference, Sydney 3-5 October 1996. Sydney.

Smith, A. M. A., & Rosenthal, D. A. (1997). Aspects of the social well-being of non-heterosexual youth. Health in Difference, proceedings of the First National Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual Health Conference, Sydney 3-5 October 1996, Sydney.

Conference Abstracts Published in Proceedings

Dowsett, G. W., Duncan, D., Plooy, D. D., Waling, A., & Prestage, G. (2017). Gay men, sexuality and mental health after prostate cancer. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 14(5), e248.

Jones, T. (2016). Taking gender and sexual diversity seriously. E3: Extract of Paper (non-HERDC category) from conference Cutting Edge Issues in Sexuality and Relationships Education, University of South Australia, City West Campus, Adelaide, 16 November.

Lee, T., Handy, A., Wassersug, R., Brotto, L., Kwan, W., Oliffe, J., & Dowsett, G. W. (2015). EP-1245: The impact of prostate cancer on the sex lives of men who-have-sex-with-men (MSM): A qualitative study. Electronic Poster: Clinical track: Genitourinary prostate included from conference 3rd ESTRO Forum, Barcelona, Spain, 24-28 April 2015. Radiotherapy and Oncology, 115(Supplement 1), S673-S674.

Chojenta, C., Loxton, D., Lucke, J. C., & Forder, P. (2013). A longitudinal analysis of the predictors and antecedents of postnatal depression in Australian women. Commentary from conference The Marcé International Society International Biennial General Scientific Meeting "Acting Together Around Childbirth". 3-5 October 2012, Paris, France, July. Archives of Women's Mental Health, 16(1 Supplement), 1-146.

Frawley, P., & O'Shea, A. (2012). Relationship education by people with an intellectual disability: An Australian peer educator model. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 56(7-8), 726.

Syed Khurram, A., & Brown, G. (2008). "Mothers are not machines". Perspectives of religious leaders, health professionals and community leaders about family planning in Pakistan. April 2008. Sexologies: Abstracts of the 9th Congress of the European Federation of Sexology, 17(Supplement 1), S67-S68.

Slavin, S., Reitze, M., & Dowsett, G. W. (2007). Sexuality theory and research training internationally in the era of AIDS. Published abstract from conference 6th International Conference of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 9(suppl 1), S57-58.

Dyson, S. (2006). A whole school approach to sexuality education: Is it any different? Abstract from conference Sexologies: European Journal of Sexual Health, 15(S1), S39.

Fox, C. (2006). The penis in words. Published extract from conference Sexologies: European Journal of Sexual Health, 15(S1), S32.

Fox, C. (2006). Sizing up the man: How important is penis size to men. Abstract from conference Sexologies: European Journal of Sexual Health, 15(S1), S30.

Miller, E. R., Bi, P., & Ryan, P. (2006). Measuring the prevalence of hepatitis HCV in prisons. Abstract from conference Australasian Epidemiologist, 13, 104.

Presentations at Meetings

Dowsett, G. (2017). Gay men and their experiences in prostate cancer diagnoses, treatment, care and support: New issues in need of new approaches. Invited presentation to academic seminar, At the interface between sexual diversity and clinical management, University of Pretoria, Faculty of Health Sciences. Pretoria, South Africa, 16 March.

Dowsett, G. (2017). Gay men and their experiences in prostate cancer diagnoses, treatment, care and support: New issues in need of new approaches. Invited presentation to academic seminar, The Wits School of Public Health Academic Seminar, The University of Witwatersrand School of Public Health. Johannesburg, South Africa, 17 March.

Dowsett, G. W. (2017). Gay men and their experiences of prostate cancer diagnoses, treatment, care and support: Issues in need of new approaches. Invited academic seminar, Prostate Cancer: At the interface between sexual diversity and clinical management, University of Pretoria Medical School. Pretoria, South Africa, 16 March.

Dowsett, G. W. (2017). Gay men and their experiences of prostate cancer diagnoses, treatment, care and support: Issues in need of new approaches. Invited academic seminar, Wits School of Public Health Academic Seminar, University of Witwatersrand School of Public Health. Johannesburg, South Africa, 17 March.

Lucke, J. C. (2017). Seizing Opportunities as Female Leaders. Invited keynote address, Public Sector Network (PSN) Women Leaders Forum, 25 May.

Allen, R., Barrett, C., Craig, L., Crameri, P., Latham, J. R., & Morrison, D. (2016). Issues faced by older LGBTI people. Participation in panel discussion around issues faced by LGBTI older people, The Coming Back Out Ball: Where do we start?, All the Queens Men. The Substation, Newport, 10 February.

Brown, G. (2016). Sex, drugs and politics - Understanding community and peer-led health promotion as a complex system. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. London, 21 January.

Crameri, P. (2016). Experiences and needs of older LGBTI people. Invited presentation, Aged Care Managers Network Meeting, Eastern Metropolitan Primary Health Network. Box Hill, February.

Crameri, P. (2016). Experiences and needs of older LGBTI people. Invited presentation, Aged Care Managers Network Meeting, Eastern Metropolitan Primary Health Network. Bundoora, February.

Crameri, P. (2016). Experiences and needs of older LGBTI people. Invited presentation, Aged Care Managers Network Meeting, Eastern Metropolitan Primary Health Network. Croydon, February.

Crameri, P. (2016). Experiences and needs of older LGBTI people accessing community aged care services. Invited meeting presentation, Western Intake Network Group, Australian Multicultural Community Services Inc. Maidstone, 25 February.

Crameri, P. (2016). LGBTI ageing and community aged care. Invited meeting presentation and discussion, Manningham LGBTI reference Group, City of Manningham. Doncaster, 20 April.

Crameri, P. (2016). LGBTI-inclusive practice. Workshop, Gippsland LGBTI Working Group, Gippsland Sectoral Development Team CHSP HACC PYP. Sale, 8 December.

Crameri, P. (2016). LGBTI-inclusive practice. Workshop, Gippsland LGBTI Working Group, Gippsland Sectoral Development Team CHSP HACC PYP. Morwell, 11 August.

Crameri, P. (2016). LGBTI-inclusive practice - undertaking an audit. Invited workshop participation, Gippsland LGBTI Working Group, Gippsland Sectoral Development Team CHSP HACC PYP. Morwell, 11 August.

Crameri, P. (2016). LGBTI-inclusive practice: The importance of both LGBTI voices and evidenced based research and information. Invited forum presentation, Southern region diversity within diversity forum, City of Casey, Department of Health and Human Services, Monash health, Uniting AgeWell. Narre Warren, 18 November.

Crameri, P., & Appleton, B. (2016). LGBTI-inclusive self assessment. Invited meeting presentation and facilitation, HACC Diversity Planning Northern Region, Northern Centre for Health, Education and Research. Epping, 25 August.

Crameri, P., & Conning, S. (2016). Needs of LGBTI people accessing Home and Community Care Services. Roundtable presentation at government forum, Diversity Awareness Department of Health and Human Services, South Gippsland Shire Council, Gippsland Southern Health Service, South Gippsland Hospital. Leongatha, 21 April.

Crameri, P. (2016). Understanding the needs of LGBTI people accessing community care. Invited forum presentation, Bellarine Community Health annual staff forum, Bellarine Community Health. Drysdale, 26 April.

Crameri, P. (2016). Understanding the needs of LGBTI people accessing HACC services. Invited presentation and network facilitation, Loddon Mallee LGBTI working group, Kerang District Health/Diversity Advisor Loddon Mallee. Kerang, 19 May.

Crameri, P. (2016). Val's Cafe - recent research, resources & information. Invited network presentation, Stonnington Network. Malvern, 12 April. City of Stonnington.

Crameri, P. (2016). Val's Cafe & LGBTI Ageing & Aged Care. Invited network presentation, COTA Members Network, COTA VIC. Melbourne, 5 April.

Crameri, P., & Patel, S. (2016). The WHYs and HOW2s of LGBTI-inclusive practice. Invited presentation to staff forum, UnitingCare lifeAssist staff forum, UnitingCare lifeAssist. Glen Waverley, 9 November.

Dowsett, G. W. (2016). Abjection, objection, subjection. Rethinking the history of AIDS in Australian gay men's futures. Invited guest lecture, ARCSHS 25th Anniversary Distinguished Lecture Series, ARCSHS. Melbourne, 2 November.

Dowsett, G. W. (2016). Abjection, objection, subjection. Rethinking the history of AIDS in gay men's future. Invited symposium presentation, Faculty Seminar, Departments of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Pretoria. Pretoria, South Africa, 26 January.

Dowsett, G. W. (2016). Abjection, objection, subjection. Rethinking the history of AIDS in gay men's future. Invited academic seminar presentation, UNSW Centre for Social Research in Health Seminar Series 2016, Centre for Social Research in Health. Sydney, 14 September.

Fileborn, B. (2016). Presentation on research on LGBTI street harassment in Victoria, LGBTI Hate Crime Expert Roundtable, Human Rights Law Centre.

Fileborn, B., & Heywood, W. (2016). Emerging findings from Sex, Age and Me: A mixed methods study examining the sexual health and relationships of older Australians. Invited online presentation. Online Occupational Therapist Sexuality Special Interest Group, 5 October.

Heywood, W., & Fileborn, B. (2016). Invited presentation on the Sex, Age & Me project, Research seminars and Clinical Meetings Program, National Ageing Research Institute (NARI), Melbourne Health (MH), and University of Melbourne Academic Unit for the Psychiatry of the Aged (AUPOA). Royal Park, 23 August.

Horsley, P. (Author), Leonard, W. (Author), & Crameri, P. (Presenter). (2016). Accounting for LGBT people with disability: What the data tells us. Invited forum presentation, Southern region diversity within diversity forum, City of Casey, Department of Health and Human Services, Monash health, Uniting AgeWell. Narre Warren, 18 November.

Jones, T. (2016). Group summary on issues for LGBTIQ youth in religious schools. A Preliminary Multifaith Roundtable on LGBTIQ Youth in Victoria: Promoting Wellbeing and Preventing Radicalisation, 13 October.

Jones, T. (2016). Roundtable II - Prevention of violence based on sexual orientation and gender identity/expression: Curricula, teacher training and partnerships with civil society. Invited keynote roundtable presentation, UNESCO Ministerial Meeting, UNESCO Headquarters. Paris, 17 May.

Leonard, W. (2016). Framing recently arrived same sex attracted and gender diverse (SSASGD) young people. Keynote presentation, Launch of 'Something for them: Meeting the needs of SSASGD young people who are recently arrived, refugees or asylum seekers', ARCSHS, La Trobe University. Melbourne, 7 September.

Leonard, W., & Appleton, B. (2016). Outing family violence: Developing LGBTI-inclusive services. Presentation to Government forum, Department of Premier and Cabinet. Melbourne, 9 September.

Lucke, J. C., Loxton, D., & Mishra, G. (2016). HMRI public lecture - Menarche to menopause. Reaping the Benefits: Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health Scientific Meeting, 5 May.

Lucke, J. C. (2016). Sexually transmissible infections: Towards a less fearful future. Public talk for Australian Academy of Science event SEX in Melbourne. Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Federation Square, Melbourne, 26 July.

Lucke, J. C. (2016). The social consequences of unintended pregnancy. Invited presentation, Women's Health Summit: Inspiring change through contraception. Sydney, Australia, 14 May.

Lyons, A., & Heywood, W. (2016). Sexual health across the lifespan: A snapshot of younger and older Australians. Invited symposium presentation, Australian Government Department of Health BBV/STI Information Session, Australian Government Department of Health. Canberra, 13 October.

Patel, S. (2016). What's the difference? LGBTI Inclusive Practice. Presentation at IDAHOBIT Day, La Trobe University. Melbourne, 17 May.

Patel, S., & Leonard, W. (2016). The WHYs and HOW2s of LGBTI-Inclusive Practice. FMC Mediation and Counselling Executive, 29 July.

Thorpe, R. (2016). Australian women's experiences of sexuality and the body in older age. Seminar presented to the Healthy Ageing Research Group. Bundoora, 31 March.

Thorpe, R. (2016). Living the IVF dream: On the rollercoaster of treatments and emotions. Participation in roundtable discussion, "Social, political and economic change" cluster of Transforming Human Societies, La Trobe University. Melbourne, 18 August.

Waling, A. (2016). Film discussion: Chevalier directed by Athina Rachel Tsangari. Invited panel discussant, She speaks first series, 2016 Greek film festival. Melbourne, 19 October. Australian Centre for the Moving Image.

Waling, A. (2016). Men, boys and 'pornification': 'Objectifying'? men. Guest Lecture, ATS2561: Sex and the Media, School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts, Monash University. Melbourne, 16 May.

Waling, A. (2016). Muscles, beards and the politics of men's bodies. Guest Lecture for second year unit, ATS2727 Men, Masculinity and Society, School of Social Sciences, Monash University. Clayton, 22 August.

Waling, A. [presenter], Duncan, D., Angelides, S., & Dowsett, G. W. (2016). Muscling up: Masculinity, bodywork and the evasion of sexuality. Invited symposium presentation, Melbourne Feminist History Group, University of Melbourne. Melbourne, 29 August.

Waling, A. (2016). Women, men and video games: Sexualisation, heterosexism and anti-feminism. Guest Lecture, ATS2561: Sex and the Media, School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts, Monash University. Melbourne, 9 May.

Wallace, J., Richmond, J., Gautier, R. L., Mude, W., Ellard, J., Smith, E., & Hajarizadeh, B. (2016). Living with hepatitis B: The social implications of hepatitis B infection. Presentation to the Department of Health. Melbourne, 22 August.

Barrett, C., & Latham, J. R. (2015). Advance care planning. Refereed conference paper, 2nd National LGBTI Ageing and Aged Care Conference, Val's Cafe, La Trobe University. Melbourne, 26 October.

Brown, G. (2015). Presentation to Poz Action Group, National Association of People Living with HIV Australia, 10 March.

Brown, G. (2015). Building Momentum for Action on HIV and Mobility. Presentation, Members meeting, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations. Sydney, November.

Brown, G., & Reeders, D. (2015). Evaluating Peer Based PWUD Programs - lessons from the W3 Project. CREIDU Evaluation Workshop, Burnet Institute. Melbourne, 21-22 April. http://creidu.edu.au/events/28-creidu-evaluation-workshop.

Brown, G. (2015). Here for research: W3 project feedback session. Acon. Sydney, 17 November.

Brown, G. (2015). HIV and Mobility in Australia - Roadmap for Action. Presentation, Members meeting, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations. Sydney, April.

Brown, G. (2015). Not just individuals and information - lessons from the W3 Project Presentation. Harm Reduction Victoria. Melbourne, 26 March.

Brown, G. (2015). Practical Insights: The application of systems thinking to better understand and strategise peer and community led health promotion. School of Psychology and Public Health, La Trobe University. Bundoora, 7 October.

Brown, G. (2015). Understanding what works and why in peer and community based programs for HIV and HCV. New approaches to peer based models: Perspectives from across the blood borne virus sector seminar, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University. Melbourne, May.

Brown, G. (2015). Understanding what works and why in peer and community based programs for HIV and HCV. Presentation, Members meeting, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations. Sydney, April.

Brown, G. (2015). Using a complex systems approach to understand peer and community based health promotion programs. Presentation at the Developing and Evaluating Complex Interventions workshop, Public Health Insight, University of Melbourne and deCIPHER, 9-13 November. University of Cardiff.

Brown, G., & Reeders, D. (2015). Using a systems approach in evaluation research with peer and community based health promotion programs. Seminar series, Centre for Excellence in Intervention and Prevention Science. Melbourne, 17 March.

Crameri, P. (2015). Current research on older LGBTI communities and issues. Invited presentation and workshop participation, Creating LGBTI Inclusive Community Services Forum, Department of Health, Grampians Region. Ararat, 16 September.

Crameri, P. (2015). Implementation of 'Creating GLBTI Inclusive HACC Services (the HACC Pack)', training and future research directions. Invited participation in forum for Home and Community Care staff to discuss and reflect on progress in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex inclusiveness, Meeting the needs of LGBTI HACC clients - a year on, Municipal Association of Australia. Melbourne, 1 October.

Crameri, P., & Firth, T. (2015). LGBTI inclusive aged care assessment: The final frontier - moving beyond the question. Invited participation in workshop, Queensland ACAP Workshop, Queensland Health. Brisbane, 22 April.

Crameri, P. (2015). LGBTI older people and HACC services. Invited symposium, Eastern Metropolitan Region Alliance - HACC LGBTI Ageing Forum, Department of Health, Eastern Region. Nunawading, 25 February.

Crameri, P. (2015). "Still gay..." an evidence base on the experiences of LGBT people living with dementia. Refereed conference paper, 2nd National LGBTI Ageing and Aged Care Conference, Val's Cafe, La Trobe University. Melbourne, 27 October.

Dowsett, G. W. (2015). Abjection, objection, subjection: Rethinking the history of HIV/AIDS in gay men's future. Invited academic seminar, Sociology Department Seminar, University of New England. Armidale, New South Wales, 24 September.

Dowsett, G. W. (2015). The Black Box at the Intersection of Gender and Sexuality. Invited seminar presentation, Gender and Sexuality Interest Group, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University. Melbourne, 1 October.

Dowsett, G. W. (2015). Cancer and men's issues: What is different for men? Invited roundtable presentation, Cancer Council NSW Webinar Series, Cancer Council NSW. Sydney, 5 November.

Dowsett, G. W. (2015). Researcher and gay man living with prostate cancer. Webinar/Invited panel presentation, Cancer: It's out of the closet -- 'talking about the experiences of the LGBTI community with cancer', Cancer Council of NSW. Sydney, 25 March.

Dyson, S. (2015). Culture change in sport to prevent violence against women. Invited workshop presentation, Australia Awards Fellowship - Promoting inclusivity, equality and diversity through sport in the Pacific, Burnet Institute, 16 November.

Dyson, S. (2015). Factors for success in respectful relationships education. Invited keynote, launch of We can do it: Respectful relationships education in school report. Report launched by Victorian Minister for the prevention of family violence, Fiona Richardson., Good Samaritan Inn and Santa Maria College. Northcote, 11 October.

Dyson, S. (2015). Promoting gender equality and respectful relationships to prevent violence against women. Invited panel presentation, YMCA workplace forum, YMCA. Melbourne, 10 March.

Dyson, S. (2015). Y Respect gender evaluation findings. Invited symposium presentation, VicHealth researcher community of practice, VicHealth. Melbourne, 11 March.

Horsley, P. (2015). The sexual assault of older women: Understanding the issues in the context of family violence and institutional abuse. Invited speaker, Annual General Meeting, Southern Women's Action Network. Mornington, 15 March.

Leonard, W. (2015). Invited panel presentation, Launch of Monash University's Queer Mentoring Program, Monash University. Monash University Law Chambers, Melbourne, 1 September.

Leonard, W. (2015). Why Knot? Scouting for same sex attracted, trans and gender diverse (SSATGD) young people. Invited keynote presentation, Leadership Training, Scouts Victoria. Gembrook, 2 May.

Lucke, J. C. (2015). Contraceptive use, pregnancy intention and decisions of young Australian women - the CUPID study. Invited seminar presentation, Judith Lumley Seminar, Judith Lumley Centre, La Trobe University. Melbourne, 1 July.

Lucke, J. C. (2015). Young people and sexuality today: Just a different corset. Session Chair, 41st Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Melbourne, 31 July - 1 August.

Lyons, A. (2015). Resilience and flourishing. Invited symposium presentation, Poz Action Symposium, National Association of People Living with HIV Australia (NAPWHA). Brisbane, 15 September.

Lyons, A. (2015). Resilience and flourishing in People Living with HIV. Invited workshop presentation, Positive Leadership Development Institute Alumni Meeting, Positive Leadership Development Institute. Melbourne, 25 November.

Patel, S. (2015). Coming out in the CALD. Invited presentation to Mental Health Network, Northern Melbourne Medicare Local. Melbourne, 2 April.

Patel, S. (2015). LGBTI Inclusive Practice. Invited presentation to advisory group, William Cooper Justice Centre. Melbourne, 22 June.

Patel, S. (2015). LGBTI Inclusive Practice. Invited presentation to practice nurse event, Inner East Melbourne Medicare Local. Melbourne, 17 June.

Patel, S. (2015). LGBTI Inclusive Practice. Invited Cultural Diversity Network presentation, Southern Migrant and Refugee Centre. Melbourne, 6 February.

Patel, S. (2015). LGBTI Inclusive Practice. Invited presentation to Gay and Lesbian Liaison Officer forum, Victoria Police. Melbourne, 24 March.

Patrick, K., & Heywood, W. (2015). 'Scare tactics' or 'super helpful': What young people say about the quality of sexuality education: Overview of the 2013 secondary school sexual health survey. Invited symposium presentation, Australian Forum on Sexuality, Education and Health, The Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS) and the Australia Forum on Sexuality, Education and Health (AFSEH). Melbourne, 18 February.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Gender Diversity and Sexual Diversity at School. Invited key note address, City of Yarra LGBTI Youth Forum, City of Yarra. Melbourne, 12 June.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Gender Diversity and Sexual Diversity at School. Invited guest lecture, Bachelor of Education Students, Deakin University. Geelong, 21 August.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Gender Diversity and Sexual Diversity at School. Invited guest lecture, Bachelor of Education Students, Deakin University. Geelong, 19 November.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Gender Diversity and Sexual Diversity at School. Invited panel presentation, QWEST Breakfast Forum, QWEST Network/The Youth Junction Inc. Melbourne, 27 May.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Gender Diversity and Sexual Diversity at School. Invited guest lecture, Masters of Education Students, Deakin University. Melbourne, 17 April.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Gender Diversity and Sexual Diversity at School. Invited guest lecture, Masters of Education Students, Deakin University. Melbourne, 3 August.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Gender Diversity and Sexual Diversity at Schools. Invited guest lecture, Youth Work and Education Students, Victoria University. Melbourne, 11 May.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Gender Diversity and Sexual Diversity at Schools. Invited guest lecture, Youth Work and Education Students, Melbourne. Victoria University, 10 August.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Gender Diversity and Sexual Diversity at Schools. Invited guest lecture, Youth Work and Education Students, Victoria University. Melbourne, 12 May.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Gender Diversity and Sexual Diversity at Schools. Invited guest lecture, Youth Work and Education Students, Victoria University. Melbourne, 11 August.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Gender Diversity and Sexual Diversity at Schools. Invited guest lecture, Inclusive Schools Professional Learning Day, Victoria University, 2 April.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Gender Diversity and Sexual Diversity in Schools. Invited presentation, Casey SSSO Network Meeting, Victorian Department of Education and Training. Melbourne, 13 April.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Gender Diversity and Sexual Diversity in Schools. Invited presentation, Bayside SSSO Network Meeting, Victorian Department of Education and Training. Melbourne, 17 March.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Gender Diversity and Sexual Diversity in Schools. Invited guest lecture, Masters of Education Students (Primary), Melbourne University. Melbourne, 4 April.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Same Sex Attracted, Intersex and Gender Diverse Young People. Invited guest lecture, Youth Work and Psychology Students, Australian Catholic University. Melbourne, 10 September.

Radcliffe, J. (2015). Supporting Same Sex Attracted, Intersex and Gender Diverse Young People. Invited guest lecture, Exercise Science and Public Health Students, Australian Catholic University. Melbourne, 19 August.

Russell, J. (2015). How HIV disclosure and patterns of social connectedness between individuals in the personal networks of women living with HIV in Australia lead to social support. Invited seminar presentation, Anglia Ruskin University. Cambridge, United Kingdom, June.

Wallace, J. (2015). Viral hepatitis: A social perspective. Short Course - Epidemics and Pandemics, Melbourne Free University, 23 July.

Barrett, C. (2014). HIV and ageing. Alfred Hospital, 27 March.

Barrett, C. (2014). Office for Women's Advancement. Darwin, 9 May.

Barrett, C., & Crameri, P. (2014). LGBTI dementia project meeting, 14 October.

Barrett, C. (2014). LGBTI ageing and aged care. Presentation to GRAI Board. Perth, 30 July.

Barrett, C. (2014). LGBTI ageing and aged care. LASA Young Leaders Program. Perth, 31 July.

Barrett, C. (2014). LGBTI ageing and aged care. Ageing and Aged Care Organisations. Perth, 1 September.

Barrett, C., & Crameri, P. (2014). LGBTI dementia project meeting. 2 May.

Barrett, C. (2014). Sexuality after stroke. Stroke Leadership Group, Department of Health. Melbourne, 18 July.

Barrett, C., & Crameri, P. (2014). Sexuality and ageing. Mental Health Forum. Dandenong, 16 July.

Barrett, C. (2014). Sexuality and ageing. Australian Association of Sexologists. Melbourne, 10 September.

Barrett, C. (2014). Sexuality and ageing. Women's Health in the South East Annual General Meeting. Melbourne, 7 October.

Barrett, C., & Crameri, P. (2014). Women's Health in the South East. 7 July.

Brown, G., & Reeders, D. (2014). What Works and Why project. Invited presentation and workshop, National Association of People Living with HIV Annual General Meeting and Workshop. Sydney, 15 November.

Crameri, P. (2014). Victorian Committee for Aboriginal Aged Care and Disability (VCAAD) meeting, 12 February.

Crameri, P. (2014). ACAS State Training Reference Group, Department of Health, 11 March.

Crameri, P. (2014). Melbourne Queer Film Festival, 15 March.

Crameri, P. (2014). IDAHO forum, City of Moonee Valley, 15 May.

Crameri, P. (2014). ACAS training reference group meeting. Department of Health, 10 June.

Crameri, P. (2014). DoH diversity working group. 6 March.

Crameri, P. (2014). LG pro aged and disability special interest group. 20 March.

Crameri, P. (2014). LGBTI HACC action plan meeting. City of Yarra, 3 June.

Crameri, P. (2014). LGBTI inclusive aged care assessment presentation. NARI forum, 24 June.

Crameri, P. (2014). LGBTI inclusive aged care services. Brimbank Aged Care Service Providers Network, 11 February.

Crameri, P. (2014). Sexuality and older people. Manningham Centre. Bulleen, 14 May.

Crameri, P. (2014). Val's Café presentation. Bendigo Queer Film Festival Breakfast, 27 April.

Dowsett, G. W. (2014). The interface between research and practice. Session chair of panel presentation, AIDS 2014 Pre-conference satellite meeting: Social Research and the Response to HIV - Legacy and Future, ARCSHS (La Trobe University) and the Centre for Social Research in Health (University of New South Wales). Melbourne, 18 July.

Dyson, S. (2014). Building a respectful community. Invited speaker, Respectful relationships schools showcase, Good Samaritan Inn. Melbourne, 14 October.

Dyson, S. (2014). Gender & equity: Knowledge, skills, challenges & strategies. Invited symposium presentation, Preventing violence against women: Health promotion approaches, Women's Health in the South East. Melbourne, 23 September.

Dyson, S. (2014). Program evaluation. Workshop, Partners in Prevention Network, Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria. Melbourne, 19 March.

Dyson, S. (2014). Respectful relationships education to prevent violence against women. Invited presentation, You, Me & Us Respectful relationships manual launch, Women's Health West. Melbourne, 25 November.

Fletcher, G. (2014). Participatory evaluation: Theory and history. Workshop at government or sector forum, Participatory evaluation approaches of INGOs: Issue and challenges from the field, Australasian Evaluation Society (AES) and Oxfam Australia: International development evaluation capacity building collaboration. Melbourne, 22 May.

Jones, T. W. (2014). Occasions of sin: Canon law and the 'discovery' of child sexual abuse. Presentation, ARCSHS Seminar Series, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS), La Trobe University. Melbourne, 17 September.

Jones, T. W. (2014). Postsecular sex? The new Christian right and sex in Australia since the 1970s. Roundtable presentation, Melbourne Feminist History Network Seminar, University of Melbourne. Melbourne, 23 September.

Jones, T. W. (2014). The treatment of sexually offending clergy, 1842-2013. Presentation, History Research Seminar, University of Melbourne. Melbourne, 11 September.

Latham, J. R., & Crameri, P. (2014). LGBTI ageing and aged care. Vincent Care, 13 October.

Le, R. (2014). Strengthening community responses to chronic hepatitis B. Invited oral presentation, BBV Workforce Network, ARCSHS, La Trobe University. Melbourne, 29 October.

Lucke, J. C. (2014). Address, La Trobe University Graduation Ceremony, Faculty of Health Sciences, La Trobe University, 14 May.

Lucke, J. C. (2014). Sexual and reproductive health among young people. Invited symposium presentation, Inaugural Young People at Risk Forum, Informa. Melbourne, 26-27 June.

Lyons, A. (2014). Testing and developing a community resilience tool in rural communities. Symposium, La Trobe University Building Healthy Communities Forum. Melbourne, February.

Patel, S. (2014). Delivering LGBTI inclusive services. Invited forum presentation, Is your service LGBTI inclusive?, Gateway Community Health. Wodonga, 15 May.

Patel, S. (2014). LGBTI & CALD health and wellbeing. Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria (ECCV) Health Policy Sub Committee, Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria. Melbourne, 8 October.

Patel, S. (2014). LGBTI and CALD community training partnerships. Panel presentation, Sexual Health & Viral Hepatitis BBV/STI Forum 2013-14, Department of Health. Melbourne, 25 February.

Patel, S. (2014). LGBTI inclusive practice. Poster discussion, Hospital Community Advisory Group, Frankston Hospital Community Advisory Group. Frankston Hospital, Frankston, 20 February.

Patel, S. (2014). Models of inclusive service provision. Invited presentation and workshop, 2014 LGPro Aged & Disability Services Seminar, LGPro - Commonwealth & Victorian Government HACC program. Melbourne, 12 September.

Patel, S. (2014). Rainbow Tick. Invited presentation, Community Advisory Group, Peninsula Health. Melbourne, 20 February.

Patel, S. (2014). Same-sex attraction within culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Professional seminar, invited presentation, Victorian Transactional Mental Health Seminar Series, Victorian Transactional Mental Health. Melbourne, 21 May.

Thorpe, R., & Fileborn, B. (2014). Sex and the body in older age: Australian women's accounts. Invited seminar presentation, University of Sheffield. Sheffield, England, 12 November.

Turner, L. (2014). Guest presentation, UN Youth Summit for IDAHOBT, 16 May.

Turner, L., Radcliffe, J., & Birkinshaw, Z. (2014). LGBTI inclusive youth service provision. Invited panel presentation, Victorian Rural/Regional Youth Conference, Quantum Support Services Inc. Morwell, 5 June.

Turner, L. (2014). LGBTI inclusive youth service provision. Speaker, Orygen Youth Health Resource Launch, Orygen Youth Health. Melbourne, 19 June.

Turner, L. (2014). LGBTI inclusive youth service provision. Panel presentation, A special Education Breakfast Forum "Same sex attracted and gender diverse young people - inclusive practice, best practice", Inner-South SSAGD Youth Issues Network. Melbourne, 7 August.

Turner, L. (2014). LGBTI-inclusive youth service provision 101. Workshop, Colour of Youth, IELLEN and AGMC. Melbourne, 21 February.

Wallace, J. (2014). HIV/Hepatitis Coinfection Summit. Madrid, 15 October.

Wallace, J. (2014). The perspective of a person with hepatitis C on new treatments and treatment as prevention. Invited symposium presentation, HIV and hepatitis C treatment as prevention in people who inject drugs: The promise, the pitfalls and the public health benefits, Centre for Research Excellence into Injecting Drug Use, Burnet Institute. Melbourne, 16 July.

AFAO, AIVL, ANA, ARCSHS, ASHM, CSRH, Kirby Institute, NAPWHA, & Scarlet Alliance. (2013). Launch of Melbourne Declaration update [alongside surveillance report launch]. ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21 October.

ARCSHS (2013). Futures 7 report launch. ASHM HIV/AIDS Conference, 2013, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Darwin, 21 October.

Barrett, C. (2013). Sexuality, ageing and diversity for Home and Community Care Services (HACC), Ballarat District Nursing and Healthcare. Ballarat, 17-18 April.

Barrett, C., & Whyte, C. (2013). Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) Bi-state Seminar. Melbourne, 27 April.

Barrett, C. (2013). Alzheimer's Australia session, 21 May.

Barrett, C. (2013). Diversity and ageing (Seminar facilitated). Centre for Cultural Diversity and Ageing. Melbourne, September.

Barrett, C., & Whyte, C. (2013). GLBTI ageing 101 - Setting the scene. Plenary and roundtable, Inclusive Pathways for GLBTI People Forum, SMR HACC Training. Hemisphere Conference Centre, Moorabbin, 8 May.

Barrett, C., & Crameri, P. (2013). LGBTI inclusive service provision. Community Care Case Managers Conference. Melbourne, 21 November.

Barrett, C. (2013). Sexual assault of older women. Webinar, Gender issues in elder abuse, 12 June.

Brown, G. (2013). The bigger picture - Program logic and combination prevention. Invited Symposium Presentation, HIV/STI Health Promotion, Research & Community Feedback Forum, Victorian Department of Health. Melbourne, 30 May.

Brown, G. (2013). Findings of the National BBV and STI Research Audit Report. Invited Roundtable Presentation, Ministerial Advisory Committee on Blood Borne Viruses and Sexually Transmissible Infections (MACBBVS) and Blood Borne Viruses and Sexually Transmissible Infections Standing Committee (BBVSS) Joint Research and Evaluation Priorities Working Group Workshop, Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing. Canberra, 1 August.

Brown, G. (2013). Integrated health promotion. Invited Roundtable Presentation, Integrated Health Promotion in HIV National Round Table, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations. Sydney, 31 May.

Crameri, P. (2013). Dementia, sexuality and LGBTI inclusive practice. Dementia Awareness Week, Alzheimer's Australia. Victoria, 24 September.

Daroya, E. (2013). HIV fetishism: Exploring barebacking practices. Symposium presentation, Faculty of Health Sciences Post Graduate Research Festival, La Trobe University. Melbourne, 10 December.

Dowsett, G. W. (2013). Men, masculinity and health. Invited symposium presentation, Effective service responses to men - why and how to do things differently, Victorian Department of Health. Melbourne, 13 June.

Duncan, D. (2013). Invited participation and contribution, AFAO Workshop meeting: Development of HIV prevention resources for gay men in relationships, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations. Sydney, 16 April.

Dyson, S. (2013). Achieving gender equity in the workplace. Invited panel presentation, Workplace Health Promotion Forum, VicHealth. Melbourne, 21 June.

Dyson, S. (2013). Preventing violence against women: Promising practices in sport. Symposium, Development of the Victorian Great South Coast Strategy to prevent violence against women and children, Women's Health Warrnambool. Warrnambool, 20-21 March.

Fletcher, G. (2013). Invited symposium presentation, Sport 2020: Towards the decade of inclusion. Melbourne, 22 May.

Fletcher, G. (2013). The knowledge trap: An examination of practical wisdom vs. epistemological certainty in HIV prevention in Burma/Myanmar. Invited seminar presentation, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex. Brighton, England, 19 April.

Jones, T. W. (2013). The cure of souls? Treating sexually offending clergy. Invited research seminar presentation, History and Art History Research Seminar series, La Trobe University. Melbourne, 2 May.

Jones, T. W. (2013). 'A festival for wowsers': Mary Whitehouse, censorship and the Australian Christian right. Invited research seminar presentation, Australian Historical Association Conference, University of Wollongong. Wollongong, 8 July.

Jones, T. W. (2013). Towards a history of the treatment of sexually offending clergy. Invited research seminar, history research seminar series, Monash University. Melbourne, 22 March.

Leonard, W. (2013). Medicine in a diverse society: LGBTI health and wellbeing. Invited keynote address at symposium, MD Student Conference, The University of Melbourne Medical School,. Melbourne, 2 July.

Leonard, W. (2013). Queer and blue: LGBTI sensitivity training for the mental health sector. Invited presentation in nationally broadcast webinar, MindOUT!, The National LGBTI Health Alliance Suicide Prevention Project, Webinar Series, The National LGBTI Health Alliance, 20 August.

Mitchell, A. (2013). Just because you can't see them ...a personal history. Invited keynote address, HEY Day, Youth Affairs Council of Victoria, 6 March.

Mitchell, A. (2013). Launch of action to equity: A sexual and reproductive health plan for Melbourne's west. Women's Health West. Melbourne, 2 October.

Mitchell, A. (2013). Same sex attracted and gender questioning young people (SSAYGQ) - negotiating identities and finding a safe place. Keynote address, Who Am I? Identity and belonging youth conference, Melbourne City Mission. Cresswick, 16 May.

Patel, S. (2013). LGBTI inclusive practice. Invited panel presentation, LGBTI health forum, Monash Health and City of Casey. Melbourne, 7 December.

Patel, S. (2013). The other side of the rainbow: Same sex attraction within culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities. Invited keynote panel presentation, Multicultural Sexual Health Network (MSHN) forum, Centre for Ethnicity and Health. Melbourne, 15 October.

Prestage, G., Down, I., & Brown, G. (2013). What the HIV Seroconversion Study can tell us about barriers to HIV testing and the prospects for HIV prevention among recently diagnosed men. Invited Symposium Presentation, HIV/STI Health Promotion, Research & Community Feedback Forum, Victorian Department of Health. Melbourne, 30 May.

Smith, E. (2013). Resistance and ethical self-creation in sex work: A legal perspective. Talk presented, Crime Deviance and Culture Research Group lunch time seminar, Durham University, 22 October.

Thorpe, R. (2013). Australian women's accounts of sexuality and embodiment in older age. Symposium presentation, Faculty of Health Sciences Post Graduate Research Festival, La Trobe University. Melbourne, 10 December.

Whyte, C. (2013). Launch of Val's Café website. Melbourne Queer Film Festival. Melbourne, 16 March.

Barrett, C. (2012). Addressing the needs of older GLBTI Australians. Australian Association of Gerontology, Victoria Branch. Melbourne, April.

Barrett, C. (2012). Beyond words - using creative arts in research. Department of Psychology, University of Ballarat. Ballarat, March.

Barrett, C. (2012). Preventing the sexual assault of older women. Ethnic Community Council of Victoria, Women's Policy Group. Melbourne, September.

Barrett, C., & Whyte, C. (2012). Providing services to older GLBTI clients. Case management seminar. Bendigo, November.

Barrett, C., & Whyte, C. (2012). Sexuality, ageing and diversity. Meeting of Aged Care Service Providers. Melbourne, May.

Barrett, C. (2012). Understanding and meeting the needs of older GLBTI people with dementia. Alzhiemers Australia, Victoria. Melbourne, May.

Brown, G. (2012). Enhancing the capacity of community sector to build evidence for health promotion. Invited roundtable presentation, Annual General Meeting, Hepatitis Australia. Perth, 26 November.

Brown, G. (2012). HIV social research development. Invited keynote roundtable presentation, Annual General Meeting, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO). Sydney, 16 November.

Brown, G. (2012). Launch of the Melbourne Declaration, a call to action to improve Australia's response to HIV. 24th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Melbourne, October. www.melbournedeclaration.com.

Dowsett, G. W. (2012). The needs of gay men with prostate cancer. Invited Conference Dinner Address, Prostate Cancer Specialist Nursing Program Induction Event, Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia. Melbourne.

Dyson, S. (2012). Researching sexual assault prevention: Reflections on processes and products. Preventing Sexual Violence - Annual VDAWnet Colloquium, Violence and Discrimination Against Women Research Network and VicHealth, 20 July.

Dyson, S. (2012). Sport as a setting for violence prevention. Invited symposium presentation, La Trobe University social science students, La Trobe University. Bundoora, January.

Fletcher, G. (2012). Promoting safe and inclusive environments for all sexualities and gender identities within a sporting code: A case study in complexities and possibilities. Presentation to symposium on sport and social change, The Sports Entertainment Environment: A Driver of Social Change?, Deakin University. Melbourne, 3 October.

Fletcher, G. (2012). Y Respect Gender Project: The evidence to date. Invited update, Economic Participation/Healthy Workplaces Advisory Committee, VicHealth. Melbourne, January.

Jones, T. W. (2012). Love, honour and submit? Changin dynamics of romance, subordination and equality in Anglican marriage vows. Invited research seminar paper, Melbourne Feminist History Network, University of Melbourne, 29 October.

Richmond, J. A. (2012). The long and winding road: Establishing the role of the hepatology nurse. Nurses Section Annual Scientific Meeting, New Zealand Society of Gastroenterology and New Zealand Nursing Organisation. Hamilton, New Zealand, 14-16 November.

Turner, L. (2012). So gay, so what? An introduction to supporting gender and sexual diversity and challenging homo/bi/trans-phobia. Invited guest lecture, workshop, Victoria University. Melbourne, 9 October.

Turner, L. (2012). So gay, so what? An introduction to supporting gender and sexual diversity and challenging homo/bi/trans-phobia. Invited workshop presentation, government/sector forum, Youth Affairs Council of Victoria, 24 October.

Turner, L. (2012). So gay, so what? An introduction to supporting gender and sexual diversity and challenging homo/bi/trans-phobia. Invited workshop presentation, government/sector forum, Banksia Gardens Community Health, 31 October.

Turner, L. (2012). So gay, so what? An introduction to supporting gender and sexual diversity and challenging homo/bi/trans-phobia. Invited workshop presentation, government/sector forum, Knox City Council Youth Network, 1 July.

Turner, L. (2012). So gay, so what? An introduction to supporting gender and sexual diversity and challenging homo/bi/trans-phobia. Invited workshop presentation, government/sector forum, City of Melbourne Youth Network. Melbourne, 3 July.

Turner, L. (2012). So gay, so what? An introduction to supporting gender and sexual diversity and challenging homo/bi/trans-phobia. Invited guest lecture, workshop, NMIT. Preston, 18 July.

Turner, L. (2012). So gay, so what? An introduction to supporting gender and sexual diversity and challenging homo/bi/trans-phobia. Invited workshop presentation, government/sector forum, White Lion, 7 August.

Turner, L. (2012). So gay, so what? An introduction to supporting gender and sexual diversity and challenging homo/bi/trans-phobia. Invited workshop presentation, government/sector forum, Maribyrnong City Council Youth Network, 5 September.

Turner, L. (2012). So gay, so what? An introduction to supporting gender and sexual diversity and challenging homo/bi/trans-phobia. Invited workshop presentation, government/sector forum, City of Ballarat Youth Network, 28 November.

Turner, L. (2012). So gay, so what? An introduction to supporting gender and sexual diversity and challenging homo/bi/trans-phobia. Invited workshop presentation, government/sector forum, Darebin City Council Youth Network, 26 June.

Wallace, J. (2012). Findings of the General Practice and Hepatitis B report. Spotlight on Hepatitis B forum, Victorian Hepatitis B Alliance.

Wallace, J. (2012). Observer representing CEVHAP. World Health Organization WPRO consultion on hepatitis B birth dose vaccination, World Health Organization, May.

Barrett, C. (2011). The needs of older GLBTI people. Southern Cluster Conference; Trauma and Sexual Health Seminar Day. The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, June.

Barrett, C. (2011). Sexuality after stroke. Stroke Network of Victoria, August.

Hillier, L. (2011). Same sex attracted and gender diverse young people in Australia: What is going well and what is not in 2011. Flinders University Academic. Adelaide, September.

Hillier, L. (2011). Showing leadership and saving lives: Education, sexuality, policy and young people. Education Department ACT. Canberra, May.

Hillier, L. (2011). What do we know about same sex attracted and gender diverse young people in Australia?, Rainbow Labour. Melbourne, August.

Hillier, L. (2011). Writing Themselves in 3: The impact a supportive school environment can have on the health and wellbeing of SSAGQ youth. Education Department staff and schools NSW. Sydney, November.

Leonard, W. (2011). Improving the health and wellbeing of GLBTI Victorians - 2011 and beyond. International Day Against Homophobia, Darebin Council. Northcote Town Hall, Northcote.

Leonard, W. (2011). Private lives 2: National Survey of the health and wellbeing of GLBT Australians. Evidence in population based research, ACON Big Day In, ACON. 414 Elizabeth Street, Sydney.

Leonard, W. (2011). Reporting on the mental health of GLBT Australians: Private Lives 2, preliminary findings. Keynote address, beyondblue Research Grant Awards, State Library of Victoria. Melbourne, 30 November.

Leonard, W., & Mitchell, A. (2011). Violence against GLBT Victorians and within same-sex relationships. State-wide VACP Forum. 121 Exhibition Street, Melbourne, 5-6 September.

Pitts, M. K. (2011). Journeys in public health: How did my career get to here? Eight public health experts tell about their career pathways. Public Health Association of Australia, Victorian branch. Melbourne, March.

Pitts, M. K. (2011). Sexuality and relationships education, a MUST in Tasmanian schools. Public Health Association of Australia, Tasmanian branch. Hobart, June.

Prestage, G. (2011). Pleasure and Sexual Health Study feedback session, WA Health Department. Perth.

Prestage, G. (2011). PASH (Pleasure and Sexual Health study) feedback session, QAHC. Brisbane.

Prestage, G. (2011). Syphilis Q&A, University of New South Wales. Kensington.

Prestage, G. (2011). SWOP male workers' needs assessment, ACON. Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2011). PASH (Pleasure and Sexual Health study) feedback session, The Lecture Series. AMR Building, Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2011). HIV/STI strategy meeting, NSW Health Department.

Prestage, G. (2011). Launch of the 2010 Seroconversion Study report. Cambridge Hotel and Convention Centre, Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2011). Wrapped or raw launch and forum, sponsored by Positive Life NSW. Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2011). HIV in New South Wales. NCHECR/AMR Research Seminar Series, NCHECR/AMR. Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2011). Serodiscordant couples (HIV related). The Kirby Institute. Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2011). SWOP Presentation. SWOP. Sydney.

Ward, R. (2011). Launch of 'Stand Out' resource package. Melbourne, July.

Ward, R. (2011). Safe Schools Coalition Victoria: First steps. National Gay Straight Alliance Network. San Francisco, USA, June.

Ward, R. (2011). Sex, health and homophobia. Lecture to Postgraduate Adolescent Health Students. Melbourne University, February.

Wassersug, R. J. (2011). Modern day eunuchs. Sexuality and Mental Health Network Meeting, Mental Health Professionals Network. Melbourne, 24 February.

Dowsett, G. W. (2010). Critical Sexuality Studies and Pedagogy: An Antipodean Adventure. Graduate Students and Staff, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, La Trobe University. Bundoora, Melbourne, March.

Frawley, P. (2010). Presentation, Prevention of violence and abuse against women with disabilities: A Victorian Forum, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University. Melbourne, 8 December.

Grierson, J., Pitts, M. K., & Koelmeyer, R. L. (2010). Ageing with HIV. NAPWA/AFAO National HIV and Ageing Forum. Sydney, June.

Grierson, J. (2010). Socialisation of Findings from the Indonesian MSM Gap Analysis. National AIDS Commission and Civil Society Partners. Jakarta, Indonesia, January.

Hillier, L. (2010). The experiences of SSAGQ young people in Australia. Launch of the Safe Schools Coalition, Confronting homophobia in schools: preparing pre-service teachers to build safer schools in Victoria, University of Melbourne and ARCSHS, La Trobe University. Melbourne, 26 October.

Hillier, L. (2010). Health and wellbeing of SSAGQ youth. Gippsland Health, Traralgon, 15 December.

Hillier, L. (2010). Homophobic bullying in schools. 'That's so gay'. NSW Parliamentary forum held by the Greens MP Cate Faehrmann, Parliament House. Sydney, 8 November.

Hillier, L. (2010). 'It's a grey day today': Challenges to mental health and paths of resistance for same sex attracted youth. Keynote presentation, Annual General Meeting of Family Access Network.

Hillier, L. (2010). What the research tells us about SSAGQ young people in Australian schools. Lecture to pre-service secondary school teachers. Melbourne University, 16 December.

Hillier, L. (2010). What the research tells us about SSAGQ young people in Australian schools. Lecture to pre-service secondary school teachers. Melbourne University, 29 March.

Hillier, L. (2010). What we know about same sex attracted and gender questioning young people in Australia. Psychology Seminar Series, University of Auckland. Auckland, New Zealand.

Hillier, L. (2010). Why we need inclusive practices in primary schools. Lecture to pre-service secondary school teachers. Melbourne University, 18 March.

Hillier, L. (2010). Why we need to belong to the ALLY Network at La Trobe University. La Trobe University ALLY Network Launch, La Trobe University, Bundoora, 23 September.

Hillier, L. (2010). Writing Themselves In 3: The third national study on the sexual health and wellbeing of same sex attracted and gender questioning young people. Workshop and presentation, Macquarie University ALLY Network, 24 November.

Hillier, L. (2010). WTi3: What it tells us about SSAGQ young people's lives. Presentation for workers and SSAGQ young people, Catholic Ladies College (CLC). Eltham, 30 November.

Hurley, M. (2010). Some implications of the PASH Study. PASH State Feedback. Adelaide, September.

Hurley, M. (2010). Some implications of the PASH Study. PASH State Feedback. Melbourne, December.

Hurley, M. (2010). When HIV is Endemic. ARCSHS Farewell Event, ARCSHS, La Trobe University. Melbourne, February.

McNally, S. (2010). Evaluation of the Queensland Health Hepatitis C Shared Care Initiative. Queensland Ministerial Advisory Committee HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and Sexual Health. Brisbane, February.

Prestage, G. (2010). Panellist, Rapid Testing and Test and Treat forum, NAPWA General Meeting. Sydney, April.

Prestage, G. (2010). HIV related cancer. NCHECR/AMR Research Seminar Series, NCHECR/AMR. Sydney.

Prestage, G., & Down, I. (2010). HIV Seroconversion Study. Hobart Sexual Health. Hobart, April.

Prestage, G., Brown, G., & Hurley, M. (2010). PASHing with the results - implications and application of the results of the PASH study. AFAO HIV Educators Conference. Sydney, May.

Wallace, J. (2010). Embedding consumer participation in hepatitis B. Hepatitis B Think Tank, Australasian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM). Sydney, 18 June.

Brown, G. (2009). Perth Gay Community Periodic Survey 2008. Non peer reviewed presentation, WA Sexual Health Forum (community forum).

Grierson, J., Thorpe, R., Pitts, M. K., Hughes, T., Saxton, P., Smith, J., Smythe, E., & Thomas, M. (2009). HIV Futures NZ2: Comparison of data collected in 2001 and 2007. HIV clinical update meeting, Auckland, New Zealand. New Zealand, 19-21 February.

Hurley, M., Prestage, G., Bradley, J., Down, I., Ellard, J., Brown, G., Grulich, A., & Jin, F. (2009). HIV Seroconversion Study - Newly diagnosed men in Australia 2007-9. National Association of People Living with HIV/Aids (NAPWA) Annual General Meeting. Sydney, November.

Pitts, M. K. (2009). Secondary Students and Sexual Health Study 2008. Presentation, launch of the report "Secondary Schools and Sexual Health: Results of the 4th National Survey of Australian Secondary Students - HIV/AIDS and Sexual Health", Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, 4 August.

Pitts, M. K. (2009). Sexual and reproductive health promotion. Developing a review of the evidence: Not as straight forward as it may seem. Department of Human Services. Melbourne, August.

Pitts, M. K. (2009). Sexual and sexuality in contemporary Australia. Parliamentary Liaison Group. Parliament House, Canberra, 12 March.

Pitts, M. K. (2009). Sexual health issues and teenagers: What's changed and what hasn't?, Melbourne Women's and Children's Health Update. Melbourne, 29 August.

Pitts, M. K. (2009). Sexual practices, knowledge, attitudes and beliefs and their impact on HPV vaccination and screening. HPV Vaccine Forum, Garvan Institute. Sydney, 17 July.

Pitts, M. K. (2009). Sexual practices, knowledge, attitudes and beliefs and their impact on HPV vaccination and screening. HPV Forum. Brisbane, 30 October.

Grierson, J. (2008). Findings from the HIV Futures New Zealand 2 [Mate āraikore a muri ake nei (Tuarua)] Survey. Christchurch briefing. Christchurch, New Zealand, April 15.

Grierson, J. (2008). Findings from the HIV Futures New Zealand 2 [Mate āraikore a muri ake nei (Tuarua)] Survey. HIV Futures New Zealand 2 Report launch. Auckland, New Zealand, April 11.

Grierson, J. (2008). Findings from the HIV Futures New Zealand 2 [Mate āraikore a muri ake nei (Tuarua)] Survey. Wellington briefing. Wellington, New Zealand, April 15.

Pitts, M. K., & Kaldor, J. M. (2008). Sexual Health Promotion (Invited paper). Aboriginal Health Worker Forum on Sexual Health and Blood Borne Virus Health Promotion. Gold Coast, Queensland, 2 March.

Prestage, G., & Imrie, J. (2008). Planning a national gay men's internet-based cohort study. Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations Annual General Meeting. Sydney.

Prestage, G. (2008). Trends in illicit drug use and risk among gay men. Queensland Health, Queensland Forum on Injecting Drug Use. Brisbane.

Prestage, G. (2008). Trends in risk behaviour among gay men. Queensland Association for Healthy Communities Annual Sexual Health Forum. Brisbane.

Brown, G. (2007). Health promotion and HIV, national forum on rises in HIV infections among gay and homosexually active men. Invited speaker and forum facilitator. Sydney, August.

Brown, G. (2007). HIV Positive Health Promotion Framework. Invited speaker, National Forum on HIV Positive Health Promotion. Gold Coast, March.

Brown, G. (2007). Perth Gay Community Periodic Survey 2006. Non peer reviewed presentation to Community Forum, WA Sexual Health Forum.

Pitts, M. K. (2006). Overview of ARCSHS. Secretariat of the Pacific Community. Noumea, New Caledonia, November.

Brown, G. (2005). Perth Gay Community Periodic Survey 2004. Non peer reviewed presentation to community forum, WA Sexual Health Forum.

Pitts, M. K. (2005). MATES: Sexuality and fertility in middle-aged and older Australian men. La Trobe University, 17 August.

Pitts, M. K., Grierson, J., & Smith, A. M. A. (2004). How good was it for you? Correlates of satisfaction with Last Sexual Encounter. 33rd Annual meeting of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists. Auckland, New Zealand, April.

Pitts, M. K. (2004). Mate Āraikore A Muri Ake Nei: Experiences of Maori New Zealanders Living with HIV. Presentation, New Zealand Ministry of Health, June.

Pitts, M. K. (2004). Social Research and the recent rises in HIV. Presentation to the New Zealand Ministry of Health. New Zealand, June.

Shelley, J. M. (2004). What do we know about abortion in Victoria?, Bill Vorrath Memorial Address, Annual General Meeting of Family Planning Victoria. Melbourne, October.

Willis, J. M., & Peterson, M. K. (2004). The impact of industry structure and social organisation on male sex worker work practice. Scarlett Alliance Annual General Meeting. Sydney, November.

Brown, G. (2003). Perth Gay Community Periodic Survey 2002. Non peer reviewed presentation community forum, WA Sexual Health Forum.

Pitts, M. K. (2003). Non-individual determinants and impact of programmes related to adolescent sexual risk factors: Structural and community factors. Structured Discussions on the WHO Child & Adolescent Health and Development ASHR Reviews, World Health Organization, Geneva, 29-30 January.

Brown, G. (2001). Perth Gay Community Periodic Survey 2000. Non peer reviewed presentation, WA Sexual Health Forum Community Forum.

Pitts, M. K. (2001). ARCSHS role in public health research in Victoria. Venereology Annual General Meeting, March.

Pitts, M. K. (2001). Cultural factors facilitating or inhibiting HIV transmission in Southern Africa. MacFarlane Burnett, 30 May.

Pitts, M. K. (2001). Cultural factors facilitating or inhibiting HIV transmission in Southern Africa. MacFarlane Burnett, 10 July.

Pitts, M. K. (2001). Cultural factors facilitating or inhibiting HIV transmission in Southern Africa. MacFarlane Burnett, 22 August.

Pitts, M. K. (2001). Don't forget the sunscreen: The role of evidence in sexuality research. La Trobe University graduation ceremony, 6 April.

Pitts, M. K. (2001). Human Communication Sciences. La Trobe University, 12 September.

Pitts, M. K. (2001). My life as a health psychologist. College of Health Psychologists, 21 July.

Pitts, M. K. (2001). The role of ARCSHS in HIV social research in Australia. AFAO/NAPWA Community summit, 14 May.

Pitts, M. K. (2001). Sexuality and ageing. School of Physiotherapy, La Trobe University, 22 February.

Pitts, M. K. (2001). What can we learn from the numbers: Commentary on HIV in Victoria. Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations, 30 November.

Pitts, M. K. (2001). What can we learn from the numbers: Commentary on HIV in Victoria. HIV update, 15 October.

Pitts, M. K. (2001). What can we learn from the numbers? , HIV Subcommittee ANCAHRD, Victorian AIDS Council.

Pitts, M. K. (2001). What can we learn from the numbers? , ANCAHRD HIV subcommittee, 26 July.

Pitts, M. K. (2000). Human Papillomavirus and risks of cervical cancer: What do women know?Presention, ARCSHS Seminar Series, 1 November.

Pitts, M. K. (2000). The role of ARCSHS in HIV social research. Victorian AIDS Council Annual General Meeting, October.

Kavanagh, A. M. (1999). Epidemiologist meets sociologist. Sociology Open Day. Melbourne, September.

Rosenthal, D. A. (1998). Bridging the research-practice gap: A view from Down Under. CHIPTS/UCLA Policy Forum. Los Angeles, October.

Bartos, M. (1997). Becoming, not being; Belonging, not identity: Reconceptualising community. The Cultural Analysis and HIV/AIDS Forum. Research Centre in Intercommunal Studies, University of Western Sydney, Nepean, March.

Brown, K., Burrows, C., Halastanis, K., & Gifford, S. (1995). Some considerations in the translation and cross-cultural validation of Greek-Australian health status measures. Annual Meeting of the Public Health Association of Australian. Adelaide, September.

Gifford, S. (1995). Ethics and qualitative research. Key note paper, Aspects of Qualitative research and its relations to ethics. An initiative of the Pro-Vice Chancellor of Research and the Ethics Committee. Deakin University, October.

Pyett, P., Temple-Smith, M. J., & Mitchell, A. (1993). Sexual Health beyond 2000: Client perspectives on clinical practice and service needs. Public Health Association Annual General Meeting, Seven Years and Counting. Health Beyond 2000. Sydney, September.