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Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society BBus (Marketing)(Hons); PGrad Dip (Health Promotion); Ph D Academic Health Policy Health Promotion Public Health Graham has worked in HIV community based organisations and in health promotion and HIV related research for 20 years and has a strong interest in translating research into practice, building evidence for effective community responses to HIV, and the role of NGO’s, Community Development and Peer Based Programs. Willingness to act upon beliefs about ‘treatment as prevention’ among Australian gay and bisexual men. Brown G, Reeders D, Dowsett GW, Ellard J, Carman M, Hendry N, Wallace J (2015). doi: 10.7448/IAS.18.1.20499 Crawford G, Lobo R, Brown G, Maycock B.(2015) The influence of population mobility on changing patterns of HIV acquisition: lessons for and from Australia. Gay Men's Beliefs About HIV and Their Perspectives on Risk and Pleasure, , Vol 10, 1 36-43 Research monographs and government reports since 2010 Chris Gianacas Ian Down Jeanne Ellard Paul Kidd Graham Brown Kathy Triffitt Asha Persson Garrett Prestage (2016) Experiences of HIV: The Seroconversion Study Final Report 2007–2015.

Graham's current research has a focus on the application of systems thinking and complex adaptive systems to understanding and enhancing the role of community and peer-led programs in HIV and hepatitis C. Investigating combination HIV prevention: isolated interventions or complex system. Monograph, The Kirby Institute, UNSW Australia, Sydney Australia. Sydney: Centre for Social Research in Health, UNSW Australia.

3.4 Associated with this activity are the problems of investigation, detection, gathering evidence and prosecuting.

The ephemeral nature of Internet material, and the absence of any requirement for Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to retain records, demands swift action before the evidence disappears.

Mr Brookes gives the example of the development of the 'web cam' which allows live images to be broadcast to chat rooms and Internet computer conferencing (known as IRC or Internet Relay Chat).[45] 3.7 A submission from Mr Doug Stead, President of a Canadian Company 'Tri-M' related an example of an Australian on-line predator who was able to co-opt a Canadian child using relatively simple technology.