Articles

  • The 2016 HIV diagnoses and care cascade in New South Wales, Australia: meeting the UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets (2018)

  • People born in non-main English speaking countries are less likely to start HIV treatment early in Australia: a national cohort analysis (2018)

  • Understanding the targeting and uptake of HIV testing among gay and bisexual men attending sexual health clinics (2018)

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

  • Rising chlamydia and gonorrhoea incidence and associated risk factors among female sex workers in Australia: a retrospective cohort study (2017)

  • A cross-sectional study of HIV and STIs among male sex workers attending Australian sexual health clinics (2017)

  • Human papillomavirus vaccination associated with marked declines in genital warts among young Aboriginal people in Australia: National sentinel surveillance data (2017)

  • Australian gay and bisexual men’s online preferences about sex with HIV-positive partners (2017)

  • Increased syphilis testing of men who have sex with men: greater detection of asymptomatic and early syphilis and relative reduction in secondary syphilis (2017)

  • A longitudinal cohort study of HIV ‘treatment as prevention’ in gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men: the Treatment with Antiretrovirals and their Impact on Positive And Negative men (TAIPAN) study protocol (2016)

  • Australian gay men describe the details of their HIV infection through a cross-sectional web-based survey (2016)

  • Multi-centre field evaluation of the performance of the Trinity Biotech Uni-Gold HIV ½ rapid test as a first-line screening assay for gay and bisexual men compared with 4th generation laboratory immunoassays (2016)

  • The road less travelled: Exploring gay and bisexual men’s explanations of ‘uncommon’ routes of HIV transmission (2016)

  • ‘Not everyone’s gonna like me’: Accounting for race and racism in sex and dating webservices for gay and bisexual men (2015)

  • A new public health context to understand male sex work (2015)

  • Is sexual racism really racism? Distinguishing attitudes towards sexual racism and generic racism among gay and bisexual men (2015)

  • Recording the sexual orientation of male patients attending general practice (2014)

  • Examining the role of relationships, body image, closeness to HIV/AIDS, and HIV optimism in the sexual risks of young men who have sex with men (2013)

  • New pleasures and old dangers: Re-inventing male sex work (2013)

  • Experiences of HIV stigma: the role of visible symptoms, HIV centrality and HIV-positive community attachment for people living with HIV (2013)

  • Perceptions and deflections: Associations between attitudes towards people with hepatitis C and testing for hepatitis C among Australian gay and bisexual men (2013)

  • Including syphilis testing as part of standard HIV management checks and improved syphilis screening in primary care (2013)

  • Just a preference: racialised language in the sex-seeking profiles of gay and bisexual men (2012)

  • HIV-negative and HIV-positive gay men’s attitudes to medicines, HIV treatments and antiretroviral-based prevention (2012)

  • Willingness to use HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis and the likelihood of decreased condom use are both associated with unprotected anal intercourse and the perceived likelihood of becoming HIV-positive among Australia gay and bisexual men (2012)


Book chapters

  • Gay racism (in press), in The Psychic Life of Gay Racism

  • Sexual addiction: Myth or pathology? (2016), in Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies

  • Clients of male sex workers (2015), in Male Sex work and Society

  • Recruiting, sampling and data collection with difficult populations: clients of male sex workers (2014), in SAGE Research Method Cases