New AFAO website launched
The redeveloped, new look AFAO website went live on 22 September and was officially launched at the AFAO Annual General Meeting on 4 November.
The major goals of the redevelopment were to improve navigational function and to better promote work and resources produced by AFAO, our members, and other related organisations. The redeveloped site aims to be a leading Australian portal to HIV/AIDS information, news and resources.
Key strategies to achieve these goals are: a restructured home page, a revised site structure, banner ads, featured links, related articles listings and a searchable Library, all of which add up to multiple entry points to information throughout the site.
Read more about the redevelopment or check out www.afao.org.au
About this update
To go with the new website we have redesigned our email updates and are using a new system to send them out (Campaign Monitor).
This first is being sent to everyone on AFAO’s email contact list, whether or not you have subscribed in the past, as a way of inviting you to stay informed about our work. We hope you’ll want to keep receiving it, but if not, you can easily be permanently removed from the list by clicking the unsubscribe button at the top or bottom of this email.
HIV Australia 9.3: HIV prevention at the crossroads
This edition of HIV Australia examines testing, treatment and prevention in the era of combination prevention. Authors consider the impact of new prevention targets, HIV treatments
and new technologies on the response to HIV.
Some articles are only available online, including a profile of new research into what Thai gay men in Sydney think about HIV testing.
Full text of article available at link below –