HIV Futures 10

The HIV Futures 10 survey (hivfutures.org.au) is now open for the 10th round. The survey is open to anyone living with HIV in Australia. If you would like to share the survey, we have created a suite of materials to help you, including social media tiles, a press release, and suggested text for newsletters, social media and emails.

Social media and printable images

To download, right-click and choose 'Save image as'.

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Suggested promotional text

If you would like to share HIV Futures 10 within your organisation or to your audiences, we have created some base text you can use or modify.

Email / newsletter / Facebook

HIV Futures 10 (hivfutures.org.au) is now open. HIV Futures, Australia's largest and longest-running survey about the health and wellbeing of people living with HIV in Australia, has been conducted at the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society at La Trobe University since 1997.

The study team is keen to hear from all people (cis and trans) living with HIV, including women, heterosexual men, and gay and bisexual men. HIV Futures 10 is particularly keen to ensure a diversity of experiences is represented, including people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities.

HIV Futures is an anonymous survey. It asks people about a range of issues including their health, treatments, work and financial situation, and is key to national change, including improving services for PLHIV and strategies to reduce stigma.

If you are a person living with HIV in Australia and aged over 18 years, the HIV Futures team would love to hear from you!

https://redcap.link/hivfutures10

Twitter

HIV Futures 10 (hivfutures.org.au) is now open! ARCSHS at La Trobe wants to hear from people aged 18+ living with HIV in Australia about their health and wellbeing - especially people from from diverse communities. Take the survey now & share!

Press release

For media outlets, a full HIV Futures 10 press release is available for republication or modification. For additional quotes, interviews or information, please contact Tom Norman or Jennifer Power.

Powerpoint slide

If you are interested in promoting HIV Futures 10 at your sector presentations, we have created a downloadable powerpoint slide which you can insert into your presentation.