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migrant perceptions of hiv risk

A research team at Curtin University is interested in learning more about the ways migrants living in Australia think about their risk of HIV and how they act on this. People born in high prevalence regions like sub-Saharan Africa, South-East Asia and North-East Asia are disproportionately affected by HIV in Australia and we’re hoping to understand more about why this is and what can be done to help. We’re looking for 15-24 people to interview online for approximately 45 minutes about their thoughts and experiences with HIV.

Who’s eligible to participate?
If you:
●    Are 18 years or older
●    Were born in sub-Saharan Africa, South-East Asia or North-East Asia
●    Have lived in Australia for at least 6 months
●    Identify as heterosexual/straight
●    Are able to participate in an interview in English


You’re eligible to participate. You’ll receive a $30 eGift Card to thank you for your time.

How do I sign-up?


To register for this study, please fill out a short survey at this link or email migranthealthstudy@gmail.com

This study has been approved by the Curtin University Human Research Ethics Committee (HRE2019-0395-32). Should you wish to discuss the study with someone not directly involved, in particular, any matters concerning the conduct of the study or your rights as a participant, or you wish to make a confidential complaint, you may contact the Ethics Officer on (08) 9266 9223 or the Manager, Research Integrity on (08) 9266 7093 or email hrec@curtin.edu.au.