When: Wednesday 28 July, 2021 (World Hepatitis Day)
Time: 12.00pm – 12.45pm – AEST (GMT+10)
During the webinar, we will present the results of the survey of 451 participants from diverse backgrounds living in Queensland, what we have learned, what’s currently being done to support migrant programs prevent and manage blood borne viruses and promote sexual health, and how you can get involved in the next steps in helping develop contextual, targeted approaches targeted to ending the transmission of STIs and blood-borne viruses and ensure no one is left behind.
The webinar and report are relevant to health professionals, service providers and community members interested in ending to the transmission of STIs and blood-borne viruses and ensure no one is left behind.
The Migrant Blood-borne Virus and Sexual Health Survey (MiBSS) study is a national project, funded by the Australian Research Council, implemented by Curtin University. In Queensland it is funded by the Sexual Health Research Fund Grant, implemented by Queensland University of Technology, the University of Southern Queensland, the Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland, Queensland Health, Queensland Positive People and Curtin University (Perth).
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