Research into Practice and Practice into Research was the last in a series of external webinars on different research methodologies and approaches, conducted by the NAPWHA Research Initiative.
This webinar aimed to provide greater awareness of social and behavioural research methods and methodologies; to increase knowledge and understanding of the strengths and limitations of survey research; and increase knowledge and understanding of the strengths and limitations of qualitative longitudinal research.
The Positive Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Network (PATSIN) & NAPWHA hosted a webinar on epidemiological & public health research related to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People living with and affected by HIV.
This dynamic webinar, hosted by Daniel Reeders, Learning Project Officer at NAPWHA, gave participants the opportunity to discuss the diverse needs, identities and experiences of Bi+ people with HIV.
This occasional seminar series presented by the UNSW Centre for Social Research in Health (CSRH) explores the cutting-edge of stigma science, policy and practice. On 17 August 2021, Carla Treloar facilitated a seminar joined by Loren Brener, Timothy Broady, Darryl O’Donnell (AFAO) and Aaron Cogle (NAPWHA).
On 4 May, NAPWHA and Positive Women Victoria host a national online community event for for women living with HIV to learn about the latest advice and guidance on breastfeeding. This forum will be moderated by Heather Ellis, co-author of Breastfeeding for women living with HIV in Australia resource (soon to be published in May 2021) and is joined by speakers available to answer your questions about breastfeeding.