Research

Research that we are supporting

Queensland Positive People is frequently called upon to be involved in local, state, national, and international research. Some of the projects and studies are short term, others may span many years. Often our research partners may call upon our community to take a more active role in this research, from completing surveys, doing interviews, participating in workshops, through to being involved in drug trials.

Queensland has been, and remains a world leader in HIV care and support because of the passionate involvement and open sharing of all who have been involved in research in the past. It is on those shoulders we stand today.

  • Help UQ & USQ researchers to develop a mobile app to reduce barriers to STI testing

    Help UQ & USQ researchers to develop a mobile app to reduce barriers to STI testing

    On behalf of the research team to invite you to participate as a key community stakeholder in a project being developed between researchers at University of Southern Queensland (USQ) and The University of (UQ). The project is funded by the Australian …

  • Solid Organ Transplant Survey

    Solid Organ Transplant Survey

    PhD SURVEY on HIV and Organ Transplantation Researchers at Monash University and The Alfred would like to know your understanding and beliefs about organ transplantation for people living with HIV and without HIV. They would appreciate you completing this anonymous survey, which should take …

  • HIV peer navigator/nurse partnerships research project

    HIV peer navigator/nurse partnerships research project

    QPP an QUT researchers invite you to participate in an important research project about collaboration between HIV peer workers and nurses who provide care for people who are living and ageing with HIV. In future we hope to co-design a model …

  • iPrEPyouQ Study

    iPrEPyouQ Study

    The purpose of the iPrEPyouQ study is to help us understand what stops young people accessing HIV prevention services and what we can do to improve access. In particular we are really keen to know what young people think about HIV Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) …

  • Nexus Research Project

    Nexus Research Project

    Over 18 years old? Travelled to South East Asia in the past 5 years? You can help! Curtin University researchers are looking for Australian-born men who have travelled, lived, and worked in South East Asia, to explore their knowledge, attitudes and …

  • Newly positive: Experiences of HIV diagnosis in the contemporary era

    Newly positive: Experiences of HIV diagnosis in the contemporary era

    Have you been diagnosed with HIV in the past 12 months? Researchers at Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS) are seeking participants for a new study on current experiences of HIV diagnosis and living with HIV. Your personal …

  • Building a Better Picture of LGBT Sistergirl and Brotherboy Ageing and Caring in Queensland

    Building a Better Picture of LGBT Sistergirl and Brotherboy Ageing and Caring in Queensland

    The “Building a Better Picture of LGBT Sistergirl and Brotherboy Ageing and Caring in Queensland” report has now been published and can be viewed here Thank you to all the researchers, contributors, and especially the survey participants for your time, openness, …

  • HAND Research

    HAND Research

    QPP & USQ HAND Research Queensland Positive People in association with University of Southern Queensland is conducting research into HIV Associated Neurocognitive Disorder (HAND). We are gathering Queensland community perspectives from people diagnosed with HAND, people living long-term with HIV (diagnosed …

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