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Centre for Social Research in Health



The Centre for Social Research in Health (CSRH), formally known as the National Centre in HIV Social Research, was established in 1990 and is based at The University of New South Wales within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

Traditionally the focus of CSRH's work has been the social aspects of HIV, particularly in regard to sexual practice. In recent years however the CSRH has expanded its research scope to include the following areas: hepatitis C; injecting and illicit drug use; sexual health; Aboriginal health; and the Asia-Pacific region.

In terms of Aboriginal health, the NCHSR works collaboratively with Aboriginal health organisations and communities to explore a range of issues such as: knowledge of blood borne viruses among Aboriginal people; access to services; and resilience and child health.


The University of New South Wales
F20 Goodsell Building, Level 3
Sydney NSW 2052
Ph: (02) 9385 6776
Fax: (02) 9385 6455
Email: csrh@unsw.edu.au


Last updated: 24 March 2014
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