Sexual and reproductive health, and sexualities

Experiences of Family Belonging among Two Generations of Sexually Diverse Australians (in press) Family Relations.

‘A reckoning that is long overdue’: Reconfiguring the work of progressive sex advice post #MeToo (2019) #MeToo and the Politics of Social Change.

Queerying notions of “difference” among two generations of Australians who do not identify heteronormatively (2019) Sexuality and Culture. [Free view-only access version]

Waiting for the Yes: reflections on sexuality, religion and marriage equality in Australia (2019) Negotiating Spiritual Violence in the LGBTQ Community.

Queer families: valuing stories of adversity, diversity and belonging (2018) Culture, Health and Sexuality.

Learning about sex and relationships among migrant and refugee young people in Sydney, Australia: “I never got the talk about the birds and the bees” (2018) Sex Education.

Talking to migrant and refugee young people about sexual health in general practice (2018) Australian Journal of General Practice.

Engaging migrant and refugee young people with sexual health care: Does generation matter more than culture? (2018) Sexuality Research and Social Policy.

‘So much is at stake’: Professional views on engaging heterosexually-identified men who have sex with men with sexual health care in Australia (2017) Sexuality Research and Social Policy.

Challenging perceptions of ‘straight’: Heterosexual men who have sex with men and the cultural politics of sexual identity categories (2017) Men and Masculinities.

Gay racism (2017) The Psychic Life of Racism in Gay Men’s Communities.

Young migrants and sexual and reproductive health care (2017) Handbook of Migration and Health

Drawing them in: Professional perspectives on the complexities of engaging ‘culturally diverse’ young people with sexual and reproductive health promotion and care in Sydney, Australia (2016) Culture, Health & Sexuality.

BRISE StraightMSM Study: Understanding expert views on defining and reaching heterosexually-identified men who have sex with men for health promotion and care (2016) [Research report]

‘Not everyone’s gonna like me’: Accounting for race and racism in sex and dating web services for gay and bisexual men (2016) Ethnicities.

Young people from culturally diverse backgrounds and their use of services for sexual and reproductive health needs: a structured scoping review (2016) Sexual Health.

Is sexual racism really racism? Distinguishing attitudes towards sexual racism and generic racism among gay and bisexual men (2015) Archives of Sexual Behavior.

Just a preference: racialised language in the sex-seeking profiles of gay and bisexual men (2013) Culture, Health & Sexuality.

The new cultural politics of the waiting room: Straight men, gay-friendly clinics and ‘inclusive’ HIV care (2013) Sexuality Research and Social Policy

Self-reported sexual difficulties and their association with depression and other factors among gay men attending high-HIV-caseload general practices in Australia (2009) The Journal of Sexual Medicine.

Blood borne virus prevention, treatment and care

The embodied relationality of blood-borne viruses: How families matter in the context of a stigmatised viral infection (2019) Social Science & Medicine

Increasing HIV treatment access, uptake and use among men who have sex with men in urban Indonesia: evidence from a qualitative study in three cities (2019) Health Policy and Planning

HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis and the ‘problems’ of reduced condom use and sexually transmitted infections in Australia: a critical analysis from an evidence-making intervention perspective (2019) Sociology of Health and Illness.

Understanding the social influences on engaging key populations with HIV prevention: a qualitative study with men who have sex with men in three Indonesian cities (2019) AIDS Education & Prevention.

Hidden carers for an increasingly hidden illness? A scoping review of the needs of informal carers of people with HIV in the contemporary treatment era (2018) International Journal of Carers and Caring.

Promoting ‘equitable access’ to PrEP in Australia: accounting for stakeholder perspectives (2018) AIDS & Behavior. [Free view-only access version]

A ‘scoping review’ of qualitative literature about engagement with HIV care in Indonesia (2018) Sexual Health.

When HIV figures in family life: exploring the relational reach of serodiscordance (2018) Sexuality and Culture. 

Pills, providers and partners: Exploring trust among serodiscordant couples in Australia (2017) Cross-cultural perspectives on couples with mixed HIV status: Beyond positive/negative.

Psychosocial Considerations for Children and Adolescents with HIV (2017) A Clinical Guide to Pediatric HIV: Bridging the Gaps between Research and Practice.

“There’s more to you than just this virus”: Young people growing up with perinatally acquired HIV in Australia (2017) Children, Young People and HIV/AIDS: A Cross-Cultural Perspective.

Breaking Binaries? Biomedicine and Serostatus Borderlands among Couples with Mixed HIV Status (2017) Medical Anthropology.

Families living with blood-borne viruses: the case for extending the concept of “serodiscordance” (2017) Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Infectious Diseases.  

On the margins of pharmaceutical citizenship: Not taking HIV medication in the “treatment revolution” era (2016) Medical Anthropology Quarterly.

You, Me&HIV: The serodiscordant couples study (2016) [Research report]

Bridging the HIV divide: Stigma, stories and serodiscordant sexuality in the biomedical age (2016) Sexuality & Culture. [Free view-only access version]

‘Who’s coming up next to do this work?’ Generational tensions in accounts of providing HIV care in the community (2016) Health.

“Just take your medicine and everything will be fine”: Responsibilisation narratives in accounts of transitioning young people with HIV into adult care services in Australia (2016) AIDS Care.

‘Not until I’m absolutely half-dead and have to’: Accounting for non-use of antiretroviral therapy in semi-structured interviews with people living with HIV in Australia (2015) AIDS Patient Care & STDs.

Understanding concerns about HIV treatment-as-prevention among people with HIV who are not using antiretroviral therapy (2015) AIDS and Behavior.

Challenges of providing HIV care in general practice (2014) Australian Journal of Primary Health.

Bridging worlds, breaking rules: Clinician perspectives on transitioning young people with perinatally acquired HIV into adult care in a low prevalence setting (2014) AIDS Patient Care and STDs.

Caring for ‘underground’ kids: Qualitative interviews with clinicians about key issues for young people growing up with perinatally acquired HIV in Australia (2014) International Journal of Adolescence and Youth.

No ordinary mainstream illness: How HIV doctors perceive the virus (2014) Qualitative Health Research.

Expert perspectives on the contribution of HIV general practice nursing to the ‘extraordinary story’ of HIV medicine in Australia (2014) Primary Health Care Research and Development

Surviving an epidemic: Australian GPs on caring for people with HIV and AIDS in the ‘early years’ (2013) Australian Family Physician.

Engaging non-HIV specialist general practitioners with new priorities in HIV prevention and treatment: qualitative insights from those currently working in the field (2013) Sexual Health.

Managing HIV in general practice (2013) [Research report]

At the coalface and the cutting edge: General practitioners’ accounts of the rewards of engaging with HIV medicine (2013) BMC Family Practice.

The role of the general practitioner in the Australian approach to HIV care: Interviews with ‘key informants’ from government, non-government and professional organisations (2013) Sexually Transmitted Infections.

When HIV-positive children grow up: A critical analysis of the transition literature in developed countries (2012) Qualitative Health Research.

What moves a family doctor to specialise in HIV? Interviews with Australian policy key informants (2011) Culture, Health & Sexuality.

HIV generations? Generational discourse in interviews with Australian general practitioners and their HIV positive gay male patients (2010) Social Science & Medicine.

Barriers and incentives to HIV treatment uptake among Aboriginal people in Western Australia (2007) AIDS.

‘Everything is okay’: The influence of neoliberal discourse on the reported experiences of Aboriginal people in Western Australia who are HIV positive (2007) Culture, Health & Sexuality.

Potency and vulnerability: Troubled ‘selves’ in the context of antiretroviral therapy (2006) Social Science & Medicine.

Other aspects of health and wellbeing

Understanding Client Empowerment: An Online Survey of Social Workers Serving People with Mental Health Issues (2018) The British Journal of Social Work.

‘I had a little bit of a bloke meltdown … but the next day I was up’: Understanding cancer experiences among Aboriginal men (2017) Cancer Nursing.

“We get by with a little help from our friends”: Small-scale informal and large-scale formal peer distribution networks of sterile injecting equipment in Australia (2016) International Journal of Drug Policy.

“I can’t do this, it's too much”: Building social inclusion in cancer diagnosis and treatment experiences of Aboriginal people, their carers and health workers (2014) International Journal of Public Health.

One size fits all? The discursive framing of cultural difference in health professional accounts of providing cancer care to Aboriginal people (2013) Ethnicity and Health.

Health literacy in relation to cancer: addressing the silence about and absence of cancer discussion among Aboriginal people, communities and health services (2013) Health and Social Care in the Community.

Impact of alcohol and drug use on the diagnosis and management of depression in gay men attending general practice (2012) [Research report]

Does drug and alcohol use undermine concordance between doctors’ assessments of major depression and patients’ scores on a screening tool for depression among gay men attending general practice? (2012) Australian Journal of Primary Health.

Comparing ‘doctor’ and ‘patient’ beliefs about the role of illicit drug use in gay men’s depression (2012) Health and Social Care in the Community.

Patterns of alcohol and other drug use associated with major depression among Australian gay men attending general practice (2012) International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction.

Discourses of Depression of Australian General Practitioners Working With Gay Men (2011) Qualitative Health Research.

‘The black dog just came and sat on my face and built a kennel’: Gay men making sense of depression (2011) Health.

Roles ascribed to general practitioners by gay men with depression (2010) Australian Family Physician.

Features of the management of depression in gay men and men with HIV from the perspective of Australian general practitioners (2009) Family Practice.

Primary health care project on HIV and depression: Key findings (2009) [Research report]

GPs understanding of how depression affects gay and HIV positive men (2008) Australian Family Physician.

Social factors associated with Major Depressive Disorder in homosexually active, gay men attending general practices in Australia (2009) Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health.

Aboriginal Patterns of Cancer Care: a five-year study in New South Wales (2008) Aboriginal & Islander Health Worker Journal.

Cancer and Aboriginal people: A review of the literature (2008) Critical Public Health.

Rates of depression among men attending high-HIV-caseload general practices in Australia (2008) Mental Health in Family Medicine.

Experiences in managing problematic crystal methamphetamine use and associated depression in gay men and HIV positive men: in-depth interviews with general practitioners in Sydney, Australia (2008) BMC Family Practice.

‘It’s really a myriad of different signals, not just the textbook’: The complexities of diagnosing the depression of gay men and HIV-positive men in general practice (2008) Mental Health in Family Medicine.

Methodological, policy and media analyses

Mapping experiences of serodiscordance: using visual methodologies to construct relationality in families living with or affected by stigmatised infectious disease (in press) Qualitative Health Research

Shitty media men (2019) #MeToo and the Politics of Social Change.

Making the subject of mental health care: a cross-cultural comparison of mental health policy in Hong Kong, China and New South Wales, Australia (2019) Sociology of Health and Illness. [Free view-only access version]

Ethical Considerations of Using Walking Interviews to Engage Migrant and Refugee Young People in Health Service Research (2019) SAGE Research Methods Cases.

Qualitative interviewing (2018) Handbook of Research Methods in Health Social Sciences.

Beyond compliance checking: A situated approach to visual research ethics (2018) Journal of Bioethical Inquiry.

Using digital storytelling to promote the sexual health and wellbeing of migrant and refugee young people: A scoping review (2017) Health Education Journal.

Organisational perspectives on digital storytelling in promoting healthy relationships and sexual health among diverse young people: a pilot study (2016) [Research report]

Human rights and universal access for men who have sex with men and people who inject drugs: A qualitative analysis of the 2010 UNGASS narrative country progress reports (2011) Social Science and Medicine.

Fear, complacency and the spectacle of risk: The making of HIV as a public concern in Australia (2009) Health.

Making monsters: Heterosexuality, crime and race in recent western media coverage of HIV (2008) Sociology of Health and Illness.

Reader letters to women’s health magazines: Inscribing the ‘will to health’ (2007) Feminist Media Studies.

‘We just don’t know’: Ambivalence about treatment strategies in the Australian community-based HIV media (2006) Health.

Emerging future issues in HIV/AIDS social research (2006) AIDS.

Healthy, wealthy and globalized? Reader letters to Australian Men’s Health magazine (2005) Continuum: A Journal of Media & Cultural Studies.

Sex, drugs and bad poetry: Editing Sydney’s community health magazines (2005) Journal of Australian Studies.