Presentations and Publications

Reports

W3 Stage 1 Reports

Below are the key reports and summary documents from the first stage of W3

W3 Stage 1 (2014-2016)-Summary Report

W3 Stage 1 (2014-2016)-Appendices

PWUD Peer Service Provision and Policy Participation System Logic and Draft Indicators

PLHIV Peer Leadership and Policy Participation System Logic and Draft Indicators

GMSM Peer Network Targeted Health Promotion System Logic and Draft Indicators

Using the W3 Framework in Practice-Version1_0

 

Monographs and Articles

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Brown, G and Reeders, D (2016) The Power of Peers, HIV Australia, Sydney Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations       The Power of Peers, HIV Australia

 

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Reeders, D and Brown, G (2015) Beyond Combination Prevention: Understanding community based prevention as a complex system, HIV Australia, Sydney Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations       Beyond Combination Prevention, HIV Australia

 

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Brown, G., Reeders, D. Dowsett, G.W., Ellard, J., Carman, M., Hendry, N., and Wallace, J. (2015). Investigating combination HIV prevention: isolated interventions or complex system. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 18:20499. http://dx.doi.org/10.7448/IAS.18.1.20499 (Open Access)   If problems accessing: Investigating Combination Prevention

Brown, G., O’Donnell, D., Crooks, L., & Lake, R. (2014). Mobilisation, politics, investment and constant adaptation: lessons from the Australian health-promotion response to HIV. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 25(1), 35-41. dx.doi.org/10.1071/HE13078
Pre-publication version here.

 

Presentations

 W3 at Power to Persuade

W3 Project presented at The Power to Persuade 2016 Symposium,

We were also were invited to write an accompanying blog on the role of peer programs and leadership in the HIV and hepatitis C response

Sex, Drugs and Politics: Enhancing peer-led health promotion’s influence in community and policy systems

 

W3 at the SiREN Symposium

This SiREN symposium is about showcasing applications of innovation to reduce the impact of sexually transmitted infections and blood-borne viruses in WA, with a focus on collaboration, research and evaluation.

W3 presented on the W3 Framework and the role of peer insights in harm reduction programs and policies for people who use drugs.

You can watch the presentation here:

Peers, Drugs and Politics: Role of peer insights in harm reduction programs and policies for people who use drugs

 

Using the W3 Framework in Practice

A brief video walk-through of the W3 Framework for Learning and Evaluation

The framework shows the four key functions that need to be happening for any peer based program to be effective and sustainable in a continually changing community and political environment.


More is different: How systems thinking might help achieve combination prevention

A presentation by W3 project lead, Dr Graham Brown, to the AFAO Gay Men’s HIV Education conference in April 2014.

Posters

 

Peer skill in service provision and policy advocacy: Findings from the What Works & Why Project
Graham Brown, Daniel Reeders and Gari-Emma Perry
Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference 2015, Brisbane, Australia.

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Peer network-targeted health promotion: Findings from the What Works & Why project
Daniel Reeders, Graham Brown and Colin Batrouney
Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference 2015, Brisbane, Australia.

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Positive leadership and policy advocacy: Findings from the What Works & Why project
Graham Brown, Daniel Reeders and Aaron Cogle
Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference 2015, Brisbane, Australia.

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Using systems thinking to articulate the role and value of peer based programs: the What Works and Why (W3) project
Kylie Johnston, Daniel Reeders, Graham Brown, Marina Carman & Natalie Hendry
International AIDS Conference 2014, Melbourne, Australia.

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