W3 has been presented at conferences nationally and internationally, and study outcomes have been published in a range of academic journals. This page contains a list of W3’s reports, academic publications, presentations and conference posters, and other resources.

A list of all the conferences and meetings where W3 has been presented is available here.


Reports

What Works and Why (W3) Project: Impact Analysis

W3 Stage 1 (2014-2016)- Full Report

W3 Stage 1 (2014-2016) – Summary Report

Gay Men and Men who have sex with Men (GMSM) Peer Network Targeted Health Promotion System Logic and Draft Indicators

People who Use Drugs (PWUD) Peer Service Provision and Policy Participation System Logic and Draft Indicators

People Living with HIV (PLHIV) Peer Leadership and Policy Participation System Logic and Draft Indicators


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Publications

A Systems Thinking Approach to Understanding and Demonstrating the Role of Peer-Led Programs and Leadership in the Response to HIV and Hepatitis C: Findings from the W3 Project

Investigating combination HIV prevention: isolated interventions or complex system

Mobilisation, politics, investment and constant adaptation: lessons from the Australian health-promotion response to HIV

Power of Peers: W3 framework for evaluating the quality and influence of peer-led programs

Beyond combination prevention: understanding community-based prevention as a complex system


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Presentations and Conference Posters

Presentations

W3 Project: Demonstrating the value of peer-led organisations and leadership in health services and policy (video; requires sound)
Harm Reduction International – 2019 Conference, 28 April-1 May,
Porto, Portugal

Using systems thinking to demonstrate the role of peer leadership from people living with HIV in a public health response (video; requires sound)
23rd IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion, 7 – 11 April 2019, Rotorua, Aotearoa New Zealand

The W3 Project (video; requires sound)
2016 SiREN Symposium, Bentley, Western Australia

Combination not Parallel: A systems view of partnerships to get beyond the rhetoric
AFAO Gay Men’s HIV Education Conference 2014, Sydney, Australia

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Conference Posters

Using systems thinking to articulate the role and value of peer-based programs: the What Works and Why (W3) project
AIDS 2014 Conference, Melbourne, Australia

Peer skill in service provision and policy advocacy: Findings from the What Works & Why Project
Australasian Sexual Health Conference 2015, Brisbane, Australia

Peer network-targeted health promotion: Findings from the What Works & Why project
Australasian Sexual Health Conference 2015, Brisbane, Australia

Positive leadership and policy advocacy: Findings from the What Works & Why project
Australasian Sexual Health Conference 2015, Brisbane, Australia


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Other Resources

Sex, Drugs and Politics: Enhancing Peer-led Health Promotion’s Influence in Community and Policy Systems (Blog post)

W3 Learning and Evaluation Framework Walk-Through (video; requires sound)