Centre for Social Research in Heath (CSRH)

Phone: 02 9385 6776

Fax: 02 9385 6455

Location: Level 3, John Goodsell Building (F20), UNSW NSW 2052



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Description: The Centre for Social Research in Health (CSRH), formerly the National Centre in HIV Social Research (NCHSR), is a national and international research facility specialising in the behavioural and social research of health. Established in 1990 by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, CSRH is recognised in particular for its contribution to the Australian response to HIV and hepatitis C. While research regarding the social aspects of HIV, particularly in regard to sexual practice, continues to be a core part of the Centre's work, its research program also includes social research related to viral hepatitis and injecting drug use, sexual health, sexuality and education, substance use and mental health, and the health of Aboriginal Australians.

Hours: Mon-Thursday 9am-5pm Friday 9am-4pm

Transport: Close to buses (890, 891, 892, 895, M10, M50, 370, 400, 410, 392, 394, 391)

Disability Access: Yes (ramp, lift and toilet)

Area Served: National

Keywords: People with a Disability; Older People; Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender; Women; Men; Drug Addiction; HIV/AIDS; Physical Disability; Hepatitis; Sexual Health Services; Tertiary Education; ATSI; LGBTIQ; LGBTI

Alternative Names: National Centre for HIV Social Research

Parent Organisation: UNSW

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