Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Social Research in Health, UNSW
About your speaker
Dr Limin Mao is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Social Research in Health at UNSW. Her cross-disciplinary training in medicine, epidemiology, education and social psychology enables her to bring a range of disciplinary perspectives and mixed-method research skills into practice. Dr Mao has extensive experience in conducting, analysing, and interpreting cross-sectional surveys and prospective observational cohort studies.
HIV notifications for overseas-born gay men in NSW have risen in the last five years. This presentation aims to provide an updated understanding of key HIV and other STI-related behaviours and practices among gay and other men who have sex with men of specific Asian backgrounds living in Sydney. It calls for comprehensive assessment of HIV and STI prevention needs and desired approaches in the era of Treatment as Prevention and PrEP to be routinely conducted in this sub-population.