ARCSHS News

HIV still has a stigma despite medical advances

People living with HIV continue to experience discrimination and stigma, despite huge advances in treatment and life expectancy in the past 20 years, according to the new HIV Futures 9 report.

Inaugural ARCSHS oration explores the researcher's role in creating realities

The first ARCSHS oration poses questions about ways researchers constitute 'problems', and the role of research in first defining, and then addressing, social issues.

La Trobe Psychology rises in ranking

La Trobe has strengthened its position in Psychology

Stigma hinders overdose medicine use

Stigma related to illicit drug use deters people from vital medicine

ARCSHS receives award for exceptional contribution to health & wellbeing of PLHIV in Victoria

Community advocacy group Living Positive Victoria has awarded the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health & Society its 2019 Positive Community Award.

New role to combat sexual violence

A new industry PhD to reduce the impact of sexual abuse and violence

Healthcare failing transgender people

Health and Cancer Care of Trans and Gender Diverse Australians

W3 Workshop with AFAO in Bangkok, Thailand

Bringing together participants from across Asia and Australia, the workshop aimed to discuss the central role of community-led organisations at a critical juncture in the HIV epidemic.

ARCSHS at the Australasian HIV and Sexual Health Conferences 2019

ARCSHS is proud to be presenting a wide range of research, symposia and papers at the Australasian HIV and Sexual Health Conferences 2019

Young people more sexually responsible

New data shows over half of 17-year-olds in Australia have had sex

Celebrating the career of Professor Gary Dowsett

Professor Gary Dowsett, PhD, FASSA, is retiring from his role as Deputy Director of ARCSHS, a post he has held for 22 years. However, he is not ceasing his research and scholarly work and will be appointed as an Emeritus

Secondary students' sexual health survey

La Trobe survey examines secondary students' sexual health

The men experiencing sexual difficulties

Many Australian men report concern about climaxing too quickly

Understanding why women have abortions

One in six Australian women in their 30s have had an abortion

New ARCSHS Director appointed

Professor Suzanne Fraser appointed as Director of ARCSHS

More than just disparities: what IDAHOBIT means for LGBTI health

Today, May 17th, is the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT). IDOHOBIT was initiated in 2004 by community activists.

Study looks at bisexual mental health

More support needed to improve mental health in bisexual people

New Research Officer opportunity at ARCSHS

ARCSHS is a globally recognised multi-disciplinary centre of research excellence for over 25 years. In the most recent Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) assessment, the research outputs of ARCSHS...

New opportunity for a Research Officer in Knowledge Translation at ARCSHS

ARCSHS is a globally recognised centre of research excellence for over 25 years. Staff and students within ARCSHS examine many aspects of sexuality, sexual health and the social dimensions of human relationships.

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