Wed. 27 Nov 2019
10:00 am – 11:00 am
AEST (QLD time)
Substance use within the men who have sex with men (MSM) community has been long established. However, ‘chemsex’, the use of recreational substances within the context of sexual activity (for the purposes of enhancement), has been an emerging area of research, particularly in Australia. Chemsex is most commonly associated with MSM and often involves stimulants, such as crystal methamphetamine. The current study was developed in partnership with the Queensland AIDS Council to inform future health promotion.
Dr Amy Mullens is an Associate Professor/Clinical & Health Psychologist - School of Psychology & Counselling, Centre for Health Research University of Southern Queensland
Seminars are held each Wednesday morning starting at 10:00am AEST (Queensland time) in the Edwards Miller Training Room, 4th floor, Biala. The program for Semester 1 – 2019 commences on Wednesday 13th March and concludes on Wednesday 7th June. There are 12 seminars each semester and each presentation lasts for one hour. Please note: There are no seminars held during Queensland school holidays.
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