The Kirby Institute, UNSW Sydney; NSW Health; Centre for Social Research in Health, UNSW Sydney

The Bloodborne viruses and sexually transmissible infection Research, Intervention and Strategic Evaluation (BRISE) program is a NSW Government–funded, university-based priority research program delivering policy-relevant research, strategic advice, capacity building and communications to support the response to blood-borne viruses (BBV) and sexually transmissible infections (STI) in NSW. BRISE-ASP is a research project that aims to look at the systems and structures that may influence effective STI and BBV testing and healthcare delivery in Aboriginal Community Controlled Healthcare services (ACCHS) settings.

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Support
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housing support for people living with HIV
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Ageing support for older people with HIV
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treatments and Managing your HIV
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SUBSCRIBE
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Support
housing support for people living with HIV
Ageing Support
Treatments and Managing your HIV
BLOG +
TALKABOUT