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The programs, projects and lessons learned have been rated to the left. The items are listed by title, but you can also select to list them by reach, focus, start date and end date.

 

Details and links (where available) relating to relevant programs, projects and lessons learned are collected here.

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Title Reach Focus
2 spirits QLD
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health program National
Aboriginal youth sexual health and didgeridoo project NSW
An evaluation of Aboriginal sexual and reproductive health and viral hepatitis program in selected Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services NSW
Bulgarr Ngaru sexual health program NSW
Deadly liver mob project NSW
Healthy liver program SA
Hepatitis C awareness workshop SA
Hepatitis C research program NSW
Hepatitis C, prisons and treatment opportunities (HePATO) National
Hit and miss: exploring the health and service needs of ex-prisoners with a history of injecting drug use VIC
Indigenous resiliency project National
Jailbreak health project NSW
Moving across the frontline: young Aboriginal people and hepatitis C SA
National prison entrants bloodborne virus and risk behaviour survey National
National survey of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people regarding knowledge, risk practice, and health service access National
Nunga users HIV/HCV intervention team (NUHIT) SA
Research excellence in Aboriginal community controlled health Not specified
Slow down project WA
The role of resiliency in responding to blood-borne viral and sexually transmitted infections in Indigenous communities International
Where's the shame, love your liver campaign NSW
 
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