Project Documents

This section includes relevant project publications, including relevant articles, reports, and presentations.

Publications

Young I, Flowers, P, McDaid L. Barriers to uptake and use of Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PreP) amongst communities most affected by HIV in the UK: Findings from a qualitative study in Scotland. BMJ Open 2014;4:e005717 

Young I, Flowers, P, McDaid L. Key factors in the acceptability of Treatment as Prevention (TasP) in Scotland: A qualitative study with communities affected by HIV. BMJ Sexually Transmitted Infections [in press]

Presentations

Young, I, Flowers, P, McDaid, L. New HIV Prevention Technologies and Critical HIV Literacy: exploring the acceptability of PrEP and TasP amongst gay and bisexual men in Scotland. BC Gay Men's Health Summit, Vancouver, Canada, October 2014.

Young, I, Dodds, C. Managing HIV or adding to the burden of prevention?:  What does Treatment as Prevention (TasP) mean for people living with HIV in the UK? Gaycon, Edinburgh, UK, October 2014

Young, I, Frankis, J, McDaid, L, Flowers, P. Can a pill prevent HIV? What gay and bisexual men in Scotland think about Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Gaycon, Edinburgh, UK, October 2014.

Young, I, Martin, S. Do gay and bisexual men need to be sexual health and HIV literate to have good sexual health? (interactive worshop) Gaycon, Edinburgh, UK, October 2014.

Young, I, Flowers, P, McDaid, L.  Inequalities, HIV literacy and ARVs for prevention: Understanding the acceptability of PrEP and TasP amongst communities most affected by HIV in Scotland, British Association for Sexual Health & HIV (BASHH) Scotland Spring Conference, Dunblane, UK, May 2014.

Young, I, Flowers, P, McDaid, L.Troubling ‘Test and Treat’: Exploring the acceptability of Treatment as Prevention (TasP) in Scotland, Scottish HIV Action Group (SHIVAG) Annual Meeting, Dunfermline, UK, May 2014.

Young I, Flowers P, McDaid L. ‘It makes me feel like I’m less toxic’: Responses to Treatment as Prevention (TasP) by people living with HIV. BSA Medical Sociology Group 45th Annual Conference; York, UK, September 2013.

Young I, Flowers P, McDaid L. Technologies, trust and science: exploring embodied and social understandings of HIV prevention and ‘new’ biomedical interventions. The 2nd Annual Conference for the Association of Social Sciences and Humanities in HIV (ASSHH); Paris, France, July 2013.

 

Published Conference Abstracts

Frankis, J, Young I, McDaid, L, Flowers, P, Understanding the acceptability of pre-exposure-prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention amongst men who have sex with men (MSM) in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland: a mixed methods study Journal of the International AIDS Society 2014; (in press).

Frankis J, Young I, Flowers P, McDaid L. Understanding the acceptability of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention amongst gay and bisexual men in Scotland: a mixed methods study. HIV Medicine 2014; 15(suppl 3):16 (Abstract No. O44).

Young I, Flowers P, McDaid L. Key factors in the acceptability of TasP in Scotland: an exploratory qualitative study with communities affected by HIV. HIV Medicine 2014; 15(suppl 3):50 (Abstract No. P106). *Awarded BHIVA-BASHH Poster commendation Prize 2014

Young I, Flowers P, McDaid L. Troubling innovation: exploring the acceptability of antiretrovirals for HIV prevention among vulnerable communities. International Journal of STD & AIDS 2013; 24(suppl 1):12. *Awarded BASHH Oral Poster Prize 2013