ACON would like to invite all peer educators and volunteers to an information session to discuss the results of the ground breaking Opposites Attract Study On Tuesday 19th of September at ACON.
The Opposites Attract Study was an observational cohort study of hundreds of gay and homosexually active serodiscordant couples conducted in Australia, Brazil and Thailand. Run by the Kirby Institute, UNSW this study has been critical in better understanding HIV treatment as prevention both locally and internationally.
The information session will provide peer workers an overview of the final results of the study which were presented in Paris at the International AIDS Society Conference 2017.
It will provide all peer workers an opportunity to ask questions of the study team and provide a space to reflect and understand what this new information means for the peer workforce as we communicate the benefits of undetectable viral load to the broader community.
For more information please contact Brent Clifton on 02 9206 2050 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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