For people living with a blood borne infection

Researchers at UNSW have interviewed people living with HIV, hepatitis B or hepatitis C to hear their stories about what ‘family life’ means, and how families are involved in the management of these infections in everyday life.

We hope this research will improve understanding of how families experience and manage blood borne infectious diseases, and how services can better meet their needs.

Please see our study processes and outputs page for information on the findings and outputs as they are available.

This study has been approved by the Ethics Review Committee (RPAH Zone) of the Sydney Local Health District, the ACON Ethics Committee, and the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council (AH&MRC) Ethics Committee.  Any person with concerns or complaints about the conduct of this study should contact the Executive Officer on 02 9515 6766 and quote protocol number X16-0369.