NEXUS: Men, Mobility, Migration & Health

Curtin University researchers want to understand how the social networks of ex-pats and frequent travellers to South East Asia can be used to improve public health, especially in addressing HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.

Study Purpose/Description

The research is testing a questionnaire tool designed to explore the knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding sexual health and HIV transmission. This study will help researchers develop strategies to enhance health outcomes and reduce risks, focusing on sexually transmitted infections and blood-borne viruses in Australian-born males.

What’s Involved?

Taking part in this study involves:

  1. Completing an anonymous 20-minute online survey about your knowledge, attitudes and behaviours related to your sexual health, and
  2. Completing the same online survey two weeks (2) weeks after the initial survey.

This will allow the research team to compare participant responses at two different points in time.

Taking Part

If you are interested in getting involved, and you meet the above requirements, follow this link to complete the survey.

Recruitment criteria

The study is open to people who:

  • Are male
  • Were born in Australia
  • Have been to Southeast Asia within the past 5 years


Each participant who completes the second online survey can choose to enter a draw to win one in four $50 gift cards.

Study sponsor / funder

Research team contacts

NEXUS Study Team

08 9266 4739

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