Ann N Burchell
Affiliation: McGill University
- Chapter 6: Epidemiology and transmission dynamics of genital HPV infectionAnn N Burchell
Division of Cancer Epidemiology, Departments of Oncology and Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McGill University, 546 Pine Avenue West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Vaccine 24:S3/52-61. 2006..Although the duration of infectivity may be short, current evidence suggests that HPV is highly transmissible. The implications of transmission dynamics for the success of future HPV vaccines are discussed...
- Genital transmission of human papillomavirus in recently formed heterosexual couplesAnn N Burchell
Departments of Oncology, McGill University, Canada
J Infect Dis 204:1723-9. 2011..Transmission was also relatively homogeneous across HPV genotypes and alpha species and oncogenic risk categories. The findings contribute to a small but growing evidence base regarding the natural history of HPV transmission...
- Influence of partner's infection status on prevalent human papillomavirus among persons with a new sex partnerAnn N Burchell
Department of Oncology, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Sex Transm Dis 37:34-40. 2010..We evaluated the influence of the partner's human papillomavirus (HPV) status and sexual practices on prevalent HPV infection among new couples to study HPV transmission...
- Human papillomavirus infections among couples in new sexual relationshipsAnn N Burchell
Division of Cancer Epidemiology, McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada
Epidemiology 21:31-7. 2010..Our objective was to describe the distribution of HPV infections among recently formed couples, using the partnership as the unit of analysis...
- Epidemiology of mucosal human papillomavirus infection and associated diseasesHelen Trottier
Departmentsof Oncology, McGill University, Montreal, Que, Canada
Public Health Genomics 12:291-307. 2009..The implementation of HPV vaccination therefore has the potential to prevent a substantial proportion of HPV-related disease in the future...
- Modeling the sexual transmissibility of human papillomavirus infection using stochastic computer simulation and empirical data from a cohort study of young women in Montreal, CanadaAnn N Burchell
Department of Oncology, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, 546 Pine Avenue West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H2W 1S6
Am J Epidemiol 163:534-43. 2006..With high transmissibility, any potential protective effect of condoms would disappear over multiple intercourse acts, underlining the need for an effective HPV vaccine...
- Voluntary HIV testing among inmates: sociodemographic, behavioral risk, and attitudinal correlatesAnn N Burchell
HIV Social, Behavioral, and Epidemiological Studies Unit, Department of Public Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Third Floor, 12 Queen s Park Crescent West, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A8, Canada
J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr 32:534-41. 2003..Voluntary HIV testing in prison should be encouraged, and inmates should receive appropriate counseling and information to allow realistic assessment of risk...
- Vaccination against human papillomavirusEduardo L Franco
CMAJ 177:1524-5; author reply 1527-8. 2007
- Prevalence of HIV and hepatitis C virus infections among inmates of Ontario remand facilitiesLiviana Calzavara
HIV Social, Behavioural and Epidemiological Studies Unit, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ont
CMAJ 177:257-61. 2007..We sought to determine the prevalence of HIV infection, HCV infection and HIV-HCV coinfection among inmates in Ontario's remand facilities...
- Delayed application of condoms is a risk factor for human immunodeficiency virus infection among homosexual and bisexual menLiviana Calzavara
HIV Social, Behavioural, and Epidemiological Studies Unit, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Am J Epidemiol 157:210-7. 2003..9, p = 0.09). Delayed application of condoms for RAS may result in contact with preejaculatory fluid. This behavior, which to date has received little attention, may pose as much risk for HIV infection as fully unprotected RAS...
- Psychosocial impact of repeat HIV-negative testing: a follow-up studyKaren Ryder
HIV Social, Behavioural and Epidemiological Studies Unit, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, 5th Floor Health Science Building, 155 College Street, Toronto, Ontario M5T 3M7, Canada
AIDS Behav 9:459-64. 2005..In conclusion, the repeat negative test experience for some neither clarifies risk behavior nor reinforces sustained risk reduction...
- Symptomatic primary HIV infection or risk experiences? Circumstances surrounding HIV testing and diagnosis among recent seroconvertersAnn N Burchell
HIV Social, Behavioural and Epidemiological Studies Unit, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Int J STD AIDS 14:601-8. 2003..5). SPHI plays a significant role in HIV testing and subsequent early diagnosis in this population. More seroconversions could be diagnosed with better patient and physician awareness of its symptoms...
- Increases in HIV incidence among men who have sex with men undergoing repeat diagnostic HIV testing in Ontario, CanadaLiviana Calzavara
HIV Social, Behavioural and Epidemiological Studies Unit, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
AIDS 16:1655-61. 2002..To estimate HIV incidence density for different exposure categories among people undergoing repeat testing in Ontario, Canada...