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- 400 million indigenous people have low standards of health
- M. Gracey; M. King / The Lancet 2009
- This article, published by The Lancet, notes that almost 400 million of the world's indigenous people have low standards of health. This poor health is associated with poverty, malnutrition, overcrowding, poor hygiene, environmental c...
- Increasing condom use among young heterosexual men
- M. Flood / United Nations [UN] Division for the Advancement of Women 2003
- Based on research with young heterosexual men in Australia, this paper looks at the factors which stop men from using condoms and discusses the strategies which might encourage them and men in other contexts to do so. Th...
- Australia can do much more to address HIV/AIDS
- AID/WATCH 2004
- This short paper outlines these areas of Australias international involvement in the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS. Currently there are thee main areas of government policy which are concerned with and impact on the HIV/A...
- Lessons from the gay community: understanding sexual behaviour change in response to HIV/AIDS
- G.W. Dowsett / Health Transition Centre, The Australian National University 1999
- This chapter from the book 'Resistances to Behavioural Change to Reduce the HIV/AIDS Infection', published by the Health Transition Centre at the Australian National University, reviews what is known on HIV/AIDS-related behaviour chan...