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|Title:||STRIVE: making a difference for sexual health in remote Aboriginal communities|
|Citation:||HIV Australia, 2013; 11(3):10-12|
|Publisher:||Australian Federation of AIDS Organisation|
|John Kaldor, James Ward, Rebecca Guy and Alice Rumbold on behalf of the STRIVE team|
|Abstract:||There is an urgency in Australia’s response in addressing the high levels of curable sexually transmissible infections (STIs) that have been present in many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities for as long as records have been kept. The STRIVE trial in central and northern Australia, although still more than a year from completion, has already made important contributions to understanding what’s required to bring down rates of these infections and their many adverse social and health consequences, particularly for young people.|
|Rights:||In recognising the fundamental importance of information and education in working against the HIV/AIDS epidemic, all material in this publication may be reproduced for non-commercial use, personal research or educational purposes free of charge, provided the following citation is made: “Reprinted from Volume 11, No. 3 of HIV Australia, published by the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations”. Copyright of all images remains with the individual artists.|
|Appears in Collections:||Paediatrics publications|
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