Symposium report: HIV in communities, July 2014, AUT North Campus

  • Dinar Lubis


The NZ HIV Symposium was a one day event that brought together postgraduate students and HIV researchers from NZ universities to share their research. The theme for the Symposium was HIV in communities, the purpose of which was to acknowledge the diversity in HIV research and initiatives. This symposium was initiated by HIV researchers at AUT, University of Auckland and Massey University aiming to create a forum with a focus on postgraduate students sharing their research and an opportunity to build networks between HIV researchers. HIV/AIDS is one of the most important public health issues globally with UNAIDS currently reporting that there are 35.5 million people living with HIV. Since there is no cure, and treatment options are expensive and for life, HIV prevention initiatives are still the major means for controlling this disease...

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Lubis, D. Symposium Report: HIV in Communities, July 2014, AUT North Campus. pacifichealth 2014.