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HIV Positive People from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds: Negotiating the Intersections of Migration, Culture, Gender and Identity

HIV Positive People from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds: Negotiating the Intersections of Migration, Culture, Gender and Identity

 

The aim of this study is to to explore how living with HIV and being a migrant from an ethnic minority are interrelated, and how it is experienced by gay men, heterosexual men and women. The outcomes of the study are to help health services to provide better information and services for people from diverse cultural backgrounds, to develop better health promotion programs and provide information for ethnic communities to address HIV-related stigma.

A researcher from National Centre in HIV Social Research would like to invite people who are migrants from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and living with HIV (gay men, heterosexual men and women) to take part in this study.

 

More info

Contact: Dr Henrike Körner

Tel: (02) 9385 6412

Email: h.korner@unsw.edu.au

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