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Brett Tindall Memorial Lecture 2020: Dr Nittaya Phanuphak

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Join us for the 9th Annual Brett Tindall Memorial Lecture

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At this special online event, we will hear from Dr Nittaya Phanuphak, Executive Director at the Institute of HIV Research and Innovation in Bangkok, Thailand. 

Dr Phanuphak will share with us her extensive insights into how genuine key population community engagement has resulted in effective HIV responses in Thailand. Her lecture will be followed by a panel discussion, where we will discuss how lessons from Thailand can inform key population engagement and response in an Australian context.

The Brett Tindall Memorial Lecture will be hosted online. Please register via the link below. We hope you can join us.

Program

The lecture will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&A.

Host:

  • Professor Anthony Kelleher, Director, Kirby Institute

Panel facilitator:

  • Dr Benjamin Bavinton, Senior Lecturer, HIV Epidemiology and Prevention Program, Kirby Institute

Panel:

  • Dr Nittaya Phanuphak, Executive Director, Institute of HIV Research and Innovation, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Mr Matthew Vaughan, Acting Director, HIV and Sexual Health Division, ACON
  • Mr Horas Wong, Research Officer, Centre for Social Research in Health, UNSW Sydney

About the speaker

Nittaya Phanuphak is Executive Director at the Institute of HIV Research and Innovation in Bangkok, Thailand. She has deep interest in HIV prevention and key populations, especially around the use of Key Population-Led Health Service (KPLHS) approaches to enhance access to HIV testing, prevention and treatment among men who have sex with men and transgender women. She currently works actively with community and government partners to establish a national technical assistance platform to support the accreditation and legalization of key population lay providers to ensure KPLHS sustainability through domestic financing mechanism.

In 2015, she supported the establishment of the Tangerine Community Health Center at the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre (TRCARC) using an integrated hormone therapy and sexual health service approach to effectively bring almost 3,000 transgender women and transgender men into services over a 3-year period. The model is currently being expanded to community-based organisations, as well as public and private clinics, working with transgender people in the region.

For more information, please go to the event page: https://kirby.unsw.edu.au/event/brett-tindall-memorial-lecture-2020-dr-nittaya-phanuphak

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