Affiliation: University of East London
- Heterosexual men and women who seek sex through the InternetGraham Bolding
City University, London, UK
Int J STD AIDS 17:530-4. 2006..Our findings suggest that high-risk heterosexual women and men are selectively using the Internet to look for sex rather than the Internet per se leading to riskier sexual behaviour...
- Sex and the Internet: gay men, risk reduction and serostatusMark Davis
City University London, Institute of Health Sciences, St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, UK
Cult Health Sex 8:161-74. 2006..We found that the gradual expression of identity is vital for e-dating among gay men. Internet-based HIV prevention campaigns need to take account of the different ways in which gay reflexively manage aspects of their identity online...
- Uncertainty and 'technological horizon' in qualitative interviews about HIV treatmentMark Davis
University of East London and Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
Health (London) 10:323-44. 2006..These themes are discussed in terms of the implications for HIV care. In particular, technological horizon provides a basis for the management of uncertainty in the prescribing relationship between patient and clinician...
- The Internet and HIV study: design and methodsJonathan Elford
Institute of Health Sciences, St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, City University London, 24 Chiswell Street, London EC1Y 4TY
BMC Public Health 4:39. 2004..Research funded by the UK Medical Research Council (2002-2004) provided the opportunity to consider whether the Internet represents a new sexual risk environment for gay and bisexual men living in London...
- Gay men who look for sex on the Internet: is there more HIV/STI risk with online partners?Graham Bolding
City University London, London, UK
AIDS 19:961-8. 2005..To examine whether the excess risk for HIV and sexually transmitted infection (STI) seen among gay men who look for sex through the Internet occurs with men they meet online (through the Internet) rather than offline (in bars, clubs, etc)...
- E-dating, identity and HIV prevention: theorising sexualities, risk and network societyMark Davis
Institute of Health Sciences, St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, City University London, UK
Sociol Health Illn 28:457-78. 2006..There is also a need to rethink traditional conceptions of risk management in HIV prevention to make space for the risk management bricolage of network society...
- Where young MSM meet their first sexual partner: the role of the InternetGraham Bolding
Institute of Health Sciences, City University, 24 Chiswell Street, London, EC1Y 4TY, UK
AIDS Behav 11:522-6. 2007..5-1.3%). An increasing number of young MSM appear to meet their first sexual partner through the Internet. Online sexual health interventions should be developed targeting men early in their sexual careers...
- Web-based behavioral surveillance among men who have sex with men: a comparison of online and offline samples in London, UKJonathan Elford
City University London, Institute of Health Sciences, St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, London, UK
J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr 35:421-6. 2004..To compare the characteristics of men who have sex with men (MSM) surveyed online (through gay Internet chat rooms and profiles) and offline (in community venues) in London, UK...
- Barebacking among HIV-positive gay men in LondonJonathan Elford
City University, London, U K
Sex Transm Dis 34:93-8. 2007..The objectives of this study were to examine the extent to which HIV-positive gay men in London intentionally seek unprotected anal intercourse ("barebacking") and the contribution this makes to total sexual risk...
- The 'loss of community' and other problems for sexual citizenship in recent HIV preventionMark Davis
School of Political and Social Inquiry, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
Sociol Health Illn 30:182-96. 2008....
- Preventing hepatitis C: 'common sense', 'the bug' and other perspectives from the risk narratives of people who inject drugsMark Davis
Centre for Research on Drugs and Health Behaviour, Department of Social Science and Medicine, Imperial College London, The Reynolds Building, St Dunstan s Road, London SW6 8RP, UK
Soc Sci Med 59:1807-18. 2004....
- Hepatitis C and its risk management among drug injectors in London: renewing harm reduction in the context of uncertaintyTim Rhodes
Centre for Research on Drugs and Health Behaviour, Department of Social Science and Medicine, Imperial College London, University of London, London, UK
Addiction 99:621-33. 2004....