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Prof Graham Hart

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Name: Graham Hart Email: g.hart@ucl.ac.uk
Title: Prof Tel: 0207 679 6814
Department: Faculty of Pop Health Sciences Fax:
Position: Professor of Sexual Health and HIV Research Address: Suite 1A, Maple House, 149 Tottenham Court Road, LONDON, W1T 7JA
Research Domain: Global Health, Infection, Immunology & Inflammation, Personalised Medicine, Populations & Lifelong Health Web Page: Personal Web Page

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Research Description

Professor Graham J Hart's research interests include sexual risk behaviour and the prevention of HIV and STIs, combining structural, behavioural and biomedical approaches to prevention and the opportunities afforded by new prevention technologies.He has worked with a wide range of populations at risk of HIV and STIs, nationally and internationally. This includes men who have sex with men, young people, sex workers, and vulnerable groups in developed and developing countries.

His major contributions are to health policy and promotion, particularly in HIV and sexual health. Two significant examples are: needle exchange for injecting drug users (IDU); HIV prevention in men who have sex with men (MSM).

After needs assessment which found high levels of sharing of drug injecting equipment amongst IDU he was instrumental in setting up, and then evaluating, the first dedicated needle-exchange in the UK and the roll-out of this harm reduction strategy in England and Wales using combined behavioural and biomarker data. This work has been cited internationally, helped with the adoption of harm minimisation globally, and contributed to reduced parenteral transmission of HIV throughout the world.

His research on men who have sex with men is widely cited, and has informed HIV prevention strategies in the UK and internationally. He undertook the first community based survey of prevalent HIV using oral fluid antibody tests and the first UK evaluation of peer-education for risk reduction in MSM. He led work which first described in Scotland increased risk-behaviour after the introduction of HIV therapy in the mid-1990s, and subsequently specified the undiagnosed fraction of HIV in community-recruited MSM across the UK. This work also demonstrated high levels of sexual risk taking in HIV positive men. These studies have informed the development of HIV prevention in MSM in the UK and internationally, and been vital for government and NGO prevention efforts.


Research Activities

HIV & Sexual Health Research

Investigating socioeconomic variations in access to chlamydia testing in young people in England

Education Description

MSc in Sexually Transmitted Diseases & HIV;

MSc in Health Psychology;

MBBS.

UCL Collaborators

Dr Mai Stafford; Ms Jessica Sheringham; Prof Rosalind Raine

External Collaborators

Publications

    2014

    • Mavhu W, Mupambireyi Z, Cowan FM, Hart G (2014). Factors associated with parental non-adoption of infant male circumcision for HIV prevention in Sub-Saharan Africa: A systematic review and thematic synthesis. AIDS and Behavior, 18(9), 1776 - 1784. doi:10.1007/s10461-014-0835-7
    • Mavhu W, Mupambireyi Z, Cowan FM, Hart G (2014). Factors Associated with Parental Non-Adoption of Infant Male Circumcision for HIV Prevention in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Systematic Review and Thematic Synthesis. AIDS and Behavior, , - . doi:10.1007/s10461-014-0835-7
    • Rodger AJ, Phillips A, Speakman A, Gilson R, Fisher M, Wilkins E, Anderson J, Johnson M, O'Connell R, Collins S, Elford J, Sherr L, Lampe FC, ASTRA (Antiretrovirals, Sexual Transmission Risk and Attitudes) Study Group (2014). Attitudes of People in the UK with HIV Who Are Antiretroviral (ART) Naïve to Starting ART at High CD4 Counts for Potential Health Benefit or to Prevent HIV Transmission.. PLoS One, 9(5), e97340 - . doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0097340
    • McDaid L, Aghaizu A, Frankis J, Riddell J, Mercey D, Johnson A, Nardone A, Hart G, Flowers P (2014). Frequency of HIV testing among community samples of gay and bisexual men in the UK. HIV MEDICINE, 15, 91 - 91.
    • Miners A, Rodger A, Speakman A, Phillips A, Fisher M, Anderson J, Collins S, Hart G, Sherr L, Lampe F (2014). HIV and health-related quality-of-life in the UK - where are we now?. HIV MEDICINE, 15, 3 - 4.
    • Parsons V, Phillips A, Gilson R, Fidler S, Fox J, Fisher M, Johnson A, Hawkins D, McLean K, Johnson M, Collins S, Hart G, Porter K (2014). Temporal trends in cART initiation amongst HIV seroconverters in the UK. HIV MEDICINE, 15, 3 - 3.
    • Desai S, Burns F, Hughes G, Hart G, Sullivan A, Schembri G, Williams D, Antonucci S, McCormack S, McOwan A, Mercey D, Gill N, Nardone A (2014). High rates of STIs and HIV among men who have sex with men reporting seroadaptive behaviours, England, 2012/13. HIV MEDICINE, 15, 82 - 82.

    2013

    • Leber W, McMullen H, Marlin N, Bremner S, Santos AC, Terris-Prestholt F, Boomla K, Ashcroft R, Kerry S, Martineau A, Millett D, Mguni S, Creighton S, Hart G, Figueroa J, Anderson J, Griffiths C (2013). Point-of-care HIV testing in primary care and early detection of HIV (RHIVA2): a cluster randomised controlled trial.
    • Wayal S, Cassell J, Copas A, Edwards S, Hart G (2013). Repeat cross-sectional survey of sexual behaviour and partnerships of HIV-positive MSM attending a HIV clinic in London, UK: implications for HIV prevention among MSM.
    • Fuller SS, Mercer CH, Copas AJ, Saunders J, Sutcliffe LJ, Cassell JA, Hart GJ, Johnson AM, Roberts T, Jackson L, Muniina P, Estcourt CS (2013). Two urine-based sexually transmitted infection screening interventions targeting young men in football club settings (SPORTSMART): a pilot randomised controlled trial.
    • Bailey JV, Pavlou M, Copas A, McCarthy O, Carswell K, Rait G, Hart G, Nazareth I, Free C, French R, Murray E (2013). The sexunzipped trial: optimizing the design of online randomized controlled trials.. J Med Internet Res, 15(12), e278 - . doi:10.2196/jmir.2668
    • Phillips AN, Cambiano V, Nakagawa F, Brown AE, Lampe F, Rodger A, Miners A, Elford J, Hart G, Johnson AM, Lundgren J, Delpech VC (2013). Increased HIV incidence in men who have sex with men despite high levels of ART-induced viral suppression: analysis of an extensively documented epidemic.. PLoS One, 8(2), e55312 - . doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0055312
    • Price H, Gilson R, Mercey D, Copas A, Johnson A, Hart G, Parry J, Nardone A (2013). Hepatitis C in men who have sex with men in London - a community survey. HIV Medicine, 14(9), 578 - 580. doi:10.1111/hiv.12050
    • Aghaizu A, Mercey D, Copas A, Johnson AM, Hart G, Nardone A (2013). Who would use PrEP? Factors associated with intention to use among MSM in London: A community survey. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 89(3), 207 - 211.
    • Lampe F, Speakman A, Sherr L, Phillips A, Collins S, Gilson R, Johnson M, Fisher M, Wilkins E, Anderson J, Daskalopoulou M, Edwards S, McDonnell J, Perry N, Jones M, O'Connell R, Lascar M, Hart G, Johnson A, Miners A, Geretti A, Burman W, Elford J, Rodger A (2013). Psychological and physical symptoms and sexual behaviour among HIV-diagnosed men who have sex with men (MSM) in the UK.
    • Speakman A, Rodger A, Phillips AN, Gilson R, Johnson M, Fisher M, Ed Wilkins , Anderson J, O'Connell R, Lascar M, Aderogba K, Edwards S, McDonnell J, Perry N, Sherr L, Collins S, Hart G, Johnson AM, Miners A, Elford J, Geretti AM, Burman WJ, Lampe FC (2013). The 'Antiretrovirals, Sexual Transmission Risk and Attitudes' (ASTRA) Study. Design, Methods and Participant Characteristics.. PLoS One, 8(10), e77230 - . doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0077230

    2012

    • Phillips A, Cambiano V, Nakagawa F, Brown A, Lampe F, Rodger A, Miners A, Elford J, Johnson A, Hart G, Lundgren J, Delpech V (2012). Increased HIV incidence in men who have sex with men despite high levels of ART use: analysis of an extensively documented epidemic. JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL AIDS SOCIETY, 15, 15 - 15. doi:10.7448/IAS.15.6.18174
    • Saunders JM, Mercer CH, Sutcliffe LJ, Hart GJ, Cassell J, Estcourt CS (2012). Where do young men want to access STI screening? A stratified random probability sample survey of young men in Great Britain. Sexually Transmitted Infections, , - .
    • Phillips A, Cambiano V, Nakagawa F, Brown A, Lampe F, Rodger A, Miners A, Elford J, Johnson A, Hart G, Lundgren J, Delpech V (2012). Increased HIV incidence in men who have sex with men despite high levels of ART use: analysis of an extensively documented epidemic.. J Int AIDS Soc, 15(6), 18174 - .
    • Lampe F, Speakman A, Phillips A, Sherr L, Gilson R, Johnson M, Fisher M, Wilkins E, Anderson J, Edwards S, McDonnell J, Perry N, Aderogba K, Hart G, Johnson A, Collins S, Elford J, Miners A, Geretti A, Burman B, Rodger A (2012). ART use, viral suppression, and sexual behaviour among HIV-diagnosed MSM in the UK: results from the Antiretrovirals, Sexual Transmission Risk and Attitudes (ASTRA) Study..
    • Saunders JM, Sutcliffe LJ, Estcourt CS, Mercer CH, Hart GJ, Cassell J (2012). Where do young men want to access STI screening? A stratified random probability sample survey of young men in Great Britain. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 88(6), 427 - 432. doi:10.1136/sextrans-2011-050406
    • Sheringham J, Mann S, Simms I, Stafford M, Hart G, Raine R (2012). It matters what you measure: A systematic literature review examining whether young people in poorer socioeconomic circumstances are more at risk of chlamydia. Sex Transm Infec, , - . doi:10.1136/sextrans-2011-050223
    • McDaid LM, Hart GJ (2012). Willingness to participate in future HIV prevention studies among gay and bisexual men in scotland, UK: A challenge for intervention trials. AIDS and Behavior, 16(6), 1420 - 1429. doi:10.1007/s10461-011-0044-6
    • McDaid LM, Hart GJ (2012). Serosorting and strategic positioning during unprotected anal intercourse: Are risk reduction strategies being employed by gay and bisexual men in Scotland?. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 39(9), 735 - 738. doi:10.1097/OLQ.0b013e31825a3a3c
    • Aghaizu A, Mercey D, Copas A, Johnson AM, Hart G, Nardone A (2012). Who would use PrEP? Factors associated with intention to use among MSM in London: A community survey. Sexually Transmitted Infections, , - .
    • Sheringham J, Baraitser P, Simms I, Hart G, Raine R (2012). Chlamydia screening in England: a qualitative study of the narrative behind the policy.. BMC Public Health, 12, 317 - . doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-317
    • Desai S, Nardone A, Hughes G, Delpech V, Burns F, Hart G, Gill ON (2012). HIV INCIDENCE IN AN OPEN NATIONAL COHORT OF MSM ATTENDING GUM CLINICS IN ENGLAND. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS, 88, A5 - A5. doi:10.1136/sextrans-2012-050601a.13
    • Wayal S, Hart G, Copas A, Edwards S, Cassell JA (2012). SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR, PARTNERSHIP PATTERNS AND STI DIAGNOSES AMONG HIV POSITIVE MSM: IMPLICATIONS FOR HIV/STIS TRANSMISSION AND PARTNER NOTIFICATION. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS, 88, A7 - A7. doi:10.1136/sextrans-2012-050601a.18
    • Wayal S, Cassell JA, Edwards S, Hart G (2012). SEXUAL PARTNERSHIP PATTERNS AND SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS IN HIV POSITIVE MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN: IMPLICATIONS FOR PARTNER NOTIFICATION. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS, 88, A7 - A8. doi:10.1136/sextrans-2012-050601a.19
    • Saunders JM, Sutcliffe LJ, Hart GJ, Estcourt CS (2012). THE ACCEPTABILITY OF USING SOCCER CLUBS AS VENUES FOR CHLAMYDIA SCREENING IN YOUNG MEN: RESULTS FROM A QUALITATIVE STUDY. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS, 88, A52 - A52. doi:10.1136/sextrans-2012-050601c.128
    • Leber W, McMullen H, Bremner S, Kerry S, Millett D, Mguni S, Awosika D, Creighton S, Figueroa J, Hart G, Sampson M, Anderson J, Griffiths C (2012). Can point of care HIV testing in primary care increase identification of HIV? The RHIVA 2 cluster randomised controlled trial - update. HIV MEDICINE, 13, 7 - 7.
    • Lampe F, Speakman A, Phillips A, Sherr L, Gilson R, Johnson M, Fisher M, Anderson J, Wilkins E, Broussard C, McDonnell J, Perry N, Scourse R, George V, Hart G, Johnson A, Collins S, Miners A, Elford J, Geretti A-M, Burman W, Rodger A (2012). Depression and virological status among UK HIV outpatients: results from a multicentre study.
    • McMullen H, Griffiths C, Leber W, Hart G, Anderson J (2012). The realities of rapid HIV testing in primary care: initial qualitative findings from the RHIVA 2 trial. HIV MEDICINE, 13, 63 - 63.
    • Aghaizu A, Mercey D, Copas A, Johnson A, Hart G, Nardone A (2012). Who would use PrEP? Predictors of use among MSM in London. HIV MEDICINE, 13, 8 - 8.
    • Burns F, Hart G (2012). Increased HIV testing in men who have sex with men. BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, 344, - . doi:10.1136/bmj.e501
    • Mavhu W, Tengende BR, Mangenah C, Cowan FM, Hatzold K, Laver SM, Sherman J, Langhaug LF, Hart G (2012). Acceptability of early infant male circumcision as an hiv prevention intervention in zimbabwe: A qualitative perspective. PLoS ONE, 7(2), - . doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0032475
    • Burns F, Hart G (2012). Increased HIV testing in men who have sex with men.. BMJ, 344, e501 - .
    • Lampe F, Speakman A, Phillips A, Sherr L, Gilson R, Johnson M, Fisher M, Wilkins E, Anderson J, Edwards S, McDonnell J, Perry N, Aderogba K, Hart G, Johnson A, Collins S, Elford J, Miners A, Geretti A, Burman B, Rodger A (2012). ART use, viral suppression, and sexual behaviour among HIV-diagnosed MSM in the UK: results from the Antiretrovirals, Sexual Transmission Risk and Attitudes (ASTRA) Study. doi:10.7448/IAS.15.6.18143

    2011

    • Hart GJ (2011). DANGEROUS LIAISONS: RISK IN MSM IN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS, 87, A7 - A7. doi:10.1136/sextrans-2011-050102.24
    • Evans AR, Hart GJ, Mole R, Mercer CH, Parutis V, Gerry CJ, Imrie J, Burns FM (2011). Central and east European migrant men who have sex with men: an exploration of sexual risk in the U.K.. Sex Transm Infect, 87(4), 325 - 330. doi:10.1136/sti.2010.046409
    • Estcourt C, Saunders J, Mercer C, Sutcliffe L, Hart G (2011). EXPLORING THE ACCEPTABILITY OF MEDICAL, EDUCATIONAL AND SPORT SETTINGS FOR STI SCREENING: STRATIFIED RANDOM PROBABILITY SURVEY OF YOUNG MEN IN THE UK. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS, 87, A342 - A342. doi:10.1136/sextrans-2011-050108.596
    • Wayal S, Cassell J, Scambler G, Hart G, Low N (2011). PARTNER NOTIFICATION FOR STI AND HIV: PATIENTS' VIEWS AND EXPERIENCES OF NOTIFYING PARTNERS. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS, 87, A95 - A96. doi:10.1136/sextrans-2011-050109.167
    • McCarthy O, Carswell K, Free C, Stevenson F, Murray E, Hart G, French R, Bailey J (2011). DEVELOPING THE 'SEXUNZIPPED' WEBSITE: YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS ON THE DESIGN AND CONTENT OF AN ONLINE SEXUAL HEALTH INTERVENTION. J SEX MED, 8, 294 - 295.
    • Griffiths C, Prost A, Hart GJ (2011). SEXUAL HEALTH RISK AMONG YOUNG BRITISH PAKISTANIS IN LONDON: IS THERE UNMET NEED?. J SEX MED, 8, 224 - 224.
    • Bailey J, McCarthy O, Carswell K, Murray E, Rait G, Hart G, Nazareth I, Free C, French R, Stevenson F (2011). THE SEXUNZIPPED WEBSITE FOR SEXUAL WELLBEING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: EARLY RESULTS OF A PILOT ONLINE RCT. J SEX MED, 8, 126 - 126.
    • Evans AR, Hart GJ, Mole R, Mercer CH, Parutis V, Gerry CJ, Imrie J, BURNS FM (2011). Central and East European migrant men who have sex with men: a comparison of recruitment methods. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 11, - . doi:10.1186/1471-2288-11-69
    • Evans AR, Mercer CH, Parutis V, Hart GJ, Mole R, Gerry CJ, Burns FM (2011). Factors associated with genitourinary medicine clinic attendance and sexually transmitted infection diagnosis among central and east European migrants in London.. Sex Transm Infect, 87(4), 331 - 336. doi:10.1136/sti.2010.046839
    • Griffiths C, Johnson AM, Fenton K, Erens B, B H, Wellings K, Mercer CH (2011). Attitudes and first heterosexual experiences among Indians and Parkistanis in Britain: Evidence from a national probability survey. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 22(3), 131 - 139.
    • Evans AR, Hart GJ, Mercer CH, Imrie J, Burns FM, Mole R, Parutis V, Gerry CJ (2011). Central and East European migrant men who have sex with men: An exploration of sexual risk in the UK. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 87(4), 325 - 330. doi:10.1136/sti.2010.046409
    • Knussen C, Flowers P, McDaid LM, Hart GJ (2011). HIV-related sexual risk behaviour between 1996 and 2008, according to age, among men who have sex with men (Scotland). Sexually Transmitted Infections, 87(3), 257 - 259. doi:10.1136/sti.2010.045047
    • McDaid LM, Hart GJ (2011). Increased HIV testing and reduced undiagnosed infection among gay men in Scotland, 2005-8: Support for the opt-out testing policy?. Sexually Transmitted Infections, , - .
    • McDaid LM, Hart GJ (2011). Increased HIV testing and reduced undiagnosed infection among gay men in Scotland, 2005-8: Support for the opt-out testing policy?. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 87(3), 221 - 224. doi:10.1136/sti.2010.044560
    • Saunders JM, Estcourt CS, Hart G (2011). Is asymptomatic non-chlamydial non-gonococcal urethritis associated with significant clinical consequences in men and their sexual partners: A systematic review. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 22(6), 338 - 341. doi:10.1258/ijsa.2011.010338
    • BURNS FM, Evans AR, Mercer CH, Parutis V, Gerry CJ, Mole RCM, French RS, Imrie J, Hart GJ (2011). Sexual and HIV risk behaviour in Central and Eastern European migrants in London. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 87, 318 - 324.
    • McDaid LM, Hart GJ (2011). Willingness to Participate in Future HIV Prevention Studies Among Gay and Bisexual Men in Scotland, UK: A Challenge for Intervention Trials. AIDS and Behavior, , 1 - 10.
    • Wayal S, Cassell J, Copas A, Mercer C, Edwards S, Hart G (2011). EFFECTIVE ART, VIRAL LOAD AND SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR OF HIV POSITIVE MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN: CHANGES FROM 2000 TO 2010. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS, 87, A55 - A55. doi:10.1136/sextrans-2011-050109.70

    2010

    • McDaid LM, Weiss HA, Hart GJ (2010). Circumcision among men who have sex with men in Scotland: limited potential for HIV prevention. SEX TRANSM INFECT, 86(5), 404 - 406. doi:10.1136/sti.2010.042895
    • Griffiths C, Prost A, Hart GJ (2010). UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL AND CULTURAL INFLUENCES ON THE RELATIONSHIPS AND SEXUAL EXPERIENCES OF YOUNG BRITISH PAKISTANIS IN LONDON: IS THERE UNMET SEXUAL HEALTH NEED?. J EPIDEMIOL COMMUN H, 64, A28 - A29. doi:10.1136/jech.2010.120956.72
    • McDaid LM, Hart GJ (2010). Sexual risk behaviour for transmission of HIV in men who have sex with men: recent findings and potential interventions. CURR OPIN HIV AIDS, 5(4), 311 - 315. doi:10.1097/COH.0b013e32833a0b86
    • Evans A, Mercer C, Hart G, Parutis V, Gerry C, Mole R, Imrie J, Burns F (2010). Sexual risk behaviour among Central and Eastern European MSM in the UK. HIV MED, 11, 48 - 48.
    • Evans A, French R, Mercer C, Hart G, Parutis V, Gerry C, Mole R, Burns F (2010). Use of sexual and reproductive health services by Central and Eastern European women in London. HIV MED, 11, 104 - 104.
    • Henderson M, Wight D, Nixon C, Hart G (2010). Retaining young people in a longitudinal sexual health survey: a trial of strategies to maintain participation. BMC MED RES METHODOL, 10, - . doi:10.1186/1471-2288-10-9
    • Parkes A, Strange V, Wight D, Bonell C, Copas A, Henderson M, Buston K, Stephenson J, Johnson A, Allen E, Hart G (2010). Comparison of Teenagers' Early Same-Sex and Heterosexual Behavior: UK Data From the SHARE and RIPPLE Studies. Journal of Adolescent Health, , - .
    • McDaid LM, Hart GJ (2010). Contact with HIV prevention services highest in gay and bisexual men at greatest risk: Cross-sectional survey in Scotland. BMC Public Health, 10, 798 - .
    • Knussen C, Flowers P, McDaid LM, Hart GJ (2010). HIV-related sexual risk behaviour between 1996 and 2008, according to age, among men who have sex with men (Scotland). Sexually Transmitted Infections, , - .
    • Lorimer K, Hart GJ (2010). Knowledge of Chlamydia trachomatis among men and women approached to participate in community-based screening, Scotland, UK. BMC Public Health, 10, 794 - .
    • Hart G, Elford J (2010). Sexual risk behaviour of men who have sex with men: emerging patterns and new challenges. Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases, 23, 39 - 44.
    • Forni J, Wayal S, Fuller S, Copas A, Nardone A, Mercey D, Hart G (2010). Willingness of men who have sex with men MSM to participate in trials of novel HIV prevention technologies. HIV MED, 11, 52 - 53.

    2009

    • Shahmanesh M, Wayal S, Andrew G, Patel V, Cowan FM, Hart G (2009). HIV prevention while bulldozers roll: exploring the effect of the demolition of Goa's red-light area. Social Science and Medicine, 69(4), 604 - 612. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2009.06.020
    • Lorimer K, Reid ME, Hart G (2009). Willingness of young men and women to be tested for Chlamydia trachomatis in three non-medical settings, in Glasgow UK. Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care, 35, 21 - 26.
    • Griffiths C, Hart G, Prost A (2009). Sexual health of South Asians in the UK Reply. J FAM PLAN REPROD H, 35(2), 130 - 131.
    • Abu-Rajab K, Scoular A, Church S, Connell J, Winter A, Hart G (2009). Identifying opportunities for sexually transmitted infection prevention: analysis of critical points in the care pathways of patients with gonorrhoea.. Int J STD AIDS, 20(3), 170 - 175. doi:10.1258/ijsa.2008.008258
    • Mercer CH, Hart GJ, Johnson AM, Cassell JA (2009). Behaviourally bisexual men as a bridge population for HIV and sexually transmitted infections? Evidence from a national probability survey.. Int J STD AIDS, 20(2), 87 - 94. doi:10.1258/ijsa.2008.008215
    • Lorimer K, Reid M, Hart G (2009). "It has to speak to people's everyday life'. Qualitative study of men and women's willingness to participate in a non-medical approach to Chlamydia trachomatis screening. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 85, 201 - 205.
    • Mavhu W, Langhaug LF, Pascoe SJS, Dirawo J, Hart G, Cowan FM (2009). A novel tool to assess community norms and attitudes to multiple and concurrent sexual partnering in rural Zimbabwe: participatory attitudes ranking.
    • Mercer CH, Hart GJ, Johnson AM, Cassell JA (2009). Behaviourally bisexual men as a bridge population for HIV and sexually transmitted infections? Evidence from a national probability survey. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 20, 87 - 94. doi:10.1258/isja.2008.008215
    • Prost A, Griffiths CJ, Anderson J, Wight D, Hart G (2009). Feasibility and acceptability of offering rapid HIV tests to patients registering with primary care in London (UK): a pilot study. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 85, 326 - 329.
    • Burns FM, Mercer CH, Evans AR, Gerry C, Mole R, Hart GJ (2009). Increased attendance by people of Eastern European origin at GUM services in London.. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 85(1), 75 - 78. doi:10.1136/sti.2007.029546
    • Williamson LM, Parkes A, Wight D, Petticrew M, Hart GJ (2009). Limits to modern contraceptive use among young women in developing countries: a systematic review of quality of research. Reproductive Health, 6(3), - .
    • Griffiths C, Hart G, Prost A (2009). Reply. Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care, 35(2), 130 - 131.
    • Gerressu M, Elam G, Shain R, Bonell C, Brook G, Dimmitt-Champion J, French R, Elford J, Hart G, Stephenson J, Imrie J (2009). STI risk exposure among black and minority ethnic youth in Northwest London: findings from a study translating an STI risk-reduction intervention to the UK setting. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 85, 283 - 289. doi:10.1136/sti.2008.034645
    • O'Brien R, Hunt K, Hart GJ (2009). 'The average Scottish man has a cigarette hanging out of his mouth, lying there with a portion of chips': prospects for change in Scottish men's constructions of masculinity and their health-related beliefs and behaviours. Critical Public Health, 19, 363 - 381.
    • Evans AR, Parutis V, Hart GJ, Mercer CH, Gerry CJ, Mole RCM, French R, Imrie J, Burns FM (2009). The sexual attitudes and lifestyles of London's Eastern Europeans (SALLEE Project): design and methods. BMC Public Health, 9, 399 - . doi:10.1186/1471-2458-9-399
    • Abu-Rajab K, Winter AJ, Palmer HM, Scoular A, Church S, Connell J, Hart G (2009). To what extent does Neisseria gonorrhoeae multiantigen sequence typing of gonococcal isolates support information derived from patient interviews?. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 20(6), 414 - 417. doi:10.1258/ijsa.2008.008356
    • Jones V, Porter K, Hart G (2009). How high is viral load in HIV seroconverters once they present to a clinic?.

    2008

    • Stall R, Hart G (2008). The continuing evolution of research on sexually transmitted infections among men who have sex with men. SEX TRANSM INFECT, 84(6), 407 - 409. doi:10.1136/sti.2008.034546
    • Griffiths C, Prost A, Hart G (2008). Sexual and reproductive health of South Asians in the UK: an overview. Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care, 34(4), 251 - 260. doi:10.1783/147118908786000352
    • Wallace LA, Scoular A, Hart G, Reid M, Wilson P, Goldberg DJ (2008). What is the excess risk of infertility in women after genital chlamydia infection? A systematic review of the evidence. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 84(3), 171 - 175. doi:10.1136/sti.2007.026047
    • Williamson LM, Dodds JP, Mercey DE, Hart GJ, Johnson AM (2008). Sexual risk behaviour and knowledge of HIV status among community samples of gay men in the UK. AIDS, 22(9), 1063 - 1070. doi:10.1097/QAD.0b013e3282f8af9b
    • Scoular A, Connell J, Hart G, Abu-Rajab K, Winter A (2008). The case for social marketing in gonorrhoea prevention: Insights from sexual lifestyles in Glasgow genitourinary medicine clinic attendees. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 19(8), 545 - 549. doi:10.1258/ijsa.2007.007177
    • Wong WCW, Cheung CSK, Hart GJ (2008). Development of a quality assessment tool for systematic reviews of observational studies (QATSO) of HIV prevalence in men having sex with men and associated risk behaviours. Emerging Themes in Epidemiology, 5, 23 - . doi:10.1186/1742-7622-5-23
    • Evans A, Hart G, Mercer CH, Gerry C, Mole R, Burns F (2008). Sexual attitudes and lifestyles of London’s Eastern Europeans: a comparison of three methods of sampling hard-to-reach populations..
    • Evans A, Hart G, Mercer C, Gerry C, Mole R, Burns F (2008). Sexual attitudes and lifestyles of London's Eastern Europeans: a comparison of three methods of sampling hard-to-reach populations.
    • Prost A, Elford J, Imrie J, Petticrew M, Hart G (2008). Social, behavioural, and intervention research among people of Sub-Saharan African origin living with HIV in the UK and Europe: literature review and recommendations for intervention. AIDS and Behavior, 12(2), 170 - 194. doi:10.1007/s10461-007-9237-4

    2007

    • Brooks-Gordon B, Day S, Hubbard P, Jeal N, Hart G, Scambler G, Kulick D, Outshoorn J, Ward H, Weekes J (2007). Sex workers need no moral crusades. The Independent, , 34 - .
    • O Brien R, Hart G, Hunt K (2007). "Standing Out from the Herd": Men Renegotiating Masculinity in Relation to Their Experience of Illness. International Journal of Men's Health, 6(3), 178 - 200. doi:10.3149/jmh.0603.178
    • Jaffar S, Mbidde E, Robb A, Coutinho A, Muwanga M, Obermeyer CM, Weller I, Hart G, Smith PG, Haines A, Grosskurth H (2007). Scale-up of antiretroviral therapy in sub-Saharan Africa - priorities for public health research. TROP MED INT HEALTH, 12(9), 1009 - 1010. doi:10.1111/j.1365-3156.2007.01896.x
    • Imrie J, Elford J, Kippax S, Hart GJ (2007). Biomedical HIV prevention – and social science.. The Lancet, 370(9581), 10 - 11. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(07)61026-5
    • Williamson LM, Scott G, Carrick-Anderson K, Kernaghan K, Hart GJ (2007). Chlamydia trachomatis testing among 13-25-year-olds in non-genitourinary medicine settings. J FAM PLAN REPROD H, 33(3), 177 - 182.
    • Williamson LM, Hart GJ (2007). HIV prevalence and undiagnosed infection among a community sample of gay men in Scotland. JAIDS-J ACQ IMM DEF, 45(2), 224 - 230.
    • Parkes A, Wight D, Henderson M, Hart G (2007). Explaining associations between adolescent substance use and condom use. Journal of Adolescent Health, 40(2), 180.e1 - e18. doi:10.1016/j.jadohealth.2006.09.012
    • Henderson M, Wight D, Raab GM, Abraham C, Parkes A, Scott S, Hart G (2007). Impact of a theoretically based sex education programme (SHARE) delivered by teachers on NHS registered conceptions and terminations: final results of cluster randomised trial. BRIT MED J, 334(7585), 133 - 136. doi:10.1136/bmj.39014.503692.55
    • Elford J, Bolding G, Davis M, Sherr L, Hart G (2007). Barebacking among HIV-positive gay men in London. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 34(2), 93 - 98. doi:10.1097/01.olq.0000223247.68174.f9
    • Elford J, Bolding G, Sherr L, Hart G (2007). No evidence of an increase in serosorting with casual partners among HIV-negative gay men in London, 1998-2005. AIDS, 21(2), 243 - 245. doi:10.1097/QAD.0b013e3280118fdb
    • Bolding G, Davis M, Hart G, Sherr L, Elford J (2007). Where Young MSM Meet Their First Sexual Partner: The Role of the Internet. AIDS and Behavior, 11(4), 522 - 526. doi:10.1007/s10461-007-9224-9

    2006

    • Bolding G, Hart G, Sherr L, Elford J (2006). Use of crystal methamphetamine among gay men in London. Addiction, 101(11), 1622 - 1630.
    • Williamson LM, Dodds JP, Mercey DE, Johnson AM, Hart GJ (2006). Increases in HIV-related sexual risk behavior among community samples of gay men in London and Glasgow: how do they compare?. JAIDS: Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 42(2), 238 - 241.
    • Imrie J, Mercer CH, Davis MD, Fenton KA, Hart GJ, Williams IG, Davidson OR, Stephenson JM (2006). ‘The core within the core’: Rethinking HIV-positive gay men’s contribution to increased sexually transmitted infections in Britain..
    • Flowers P, Davis M, Hart G, Rosengarten M, Frankis J, Imrie J (2006). Diagnosis and stigma and identity amongst HIV positive Black Africans living in the UK. Psychology and Health, 21(1), 109 - 122.
    • Davis M, Hart G, Bolding G, Sherr L, Elford J (2006). E-dating, identity and HIV prevention: theorising sexualities, risk and network society. Sociology of Health and Illness, 28(4), 457 - 478.
    • Bolding G, Davis M, Hart G, Sherr L, Elford J (2006). Heterosexual men and women who look for sex through the Internet. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 17(8), 530 - 534.
    • Imrie J, Mercer CH, Davis MD, Fenton KA, Hart GJ, Williams IG, Davidson OR, Stephenson JM (2006). HIV-positive men who have sex with men (MSM) that report ‘fisting’ have poorer sexual health. Why?.
    • Davis M, Hart G, Bolding G, Sherr L, Elford J (2006). Sex and the Internet: gay men, risk reduction and serostatus. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 8(2), 161 - 174.

    2005

    • Elford J, Hart G (2005). HAART, viral load and sexual risk behaviour. AIDS, 19(2), 205 - 207.
    • O'Brien R, Hunt K, Hart GJ (2005). 'It's caveman stuff, but that is to a certain extent how guys still operate': men's accounts of masculinity and help seeking. Social Science and Medicine, 61(3), 503 - 516.
    • Imrie J, Mercer CH, Stephenson JM, Hart GJ (2005). More to positive prevention than sexually transmitted infection screening [2] (multiple letters). AIDS, 19(15), 1708 - 1709.
    • Imrie J, Mercer CH, Hart GJ, Stephenson JM (2005). Negative lifetime experiences are associated with recent poor sexual health outcomes in HIV positive men who have sex with men..
    • Imrie J, Mercer CH, Davis MDM, Stephenson JM, Hart GJ, Williams IG, Davidson OR, Fenton KA (2005). Prevalence and correlates of ‘fisting’ in a UK clinic sample of HIV positive men who have sex with men..
    • Mercer CH, Imrie J, Davis MDM, Stephenson JM, Hart GJ, Williams IG, Davidson OR, Fenton KA (2005). ‘The core within the core’: Ultra-high risk sexual behaviour and STI/HIV transmission risk in a UK sample of HIV positive men who have sex with men (MSM)..
    • Elford J, Bolding G, Sherr L, Hart G (2005). High-risk sexual behaviour among London gay men: no longer increasing. AIDS, 19(18), 2171 - 2174.
    • Bolding G, Davis M, Hart G, Sherr L, Elford J (2005). Gay men who look for sex on the Internet: is there more HIV/STI risk with online partners?. AIDS, 19(9), 961 - 968. doi:10.1097/01.aids.0000171411.84231.f6

    2004

    • Hart GJ, Williamson LM, Flowers P (2004). Good in Parts: the Gay Men's Task Force in Glasgow – a response to Kelly. AIDS Care, 16(2), 159 - 165.
    • Williamson LM, Hart GJ (2004). HIV optimism does not explain increases in high-risk sexual behaviour among gay men in Scotland. AIDS, 18(5), 834 - 835.
    • Davis M, Bolding G, Hart G, Sherr L, Elford J (2004). Reflecting on the experience of interviewing online: perspectives from the Internet and HIV study in London. AIDS Care, 16(8), 944 - 952.
    • Elford J, Bolding G, Davis M, Sherr L, Hart G (2004). The Internet and HIV study: design and methods. BMC Public Health, 4(1), 39 - .
    • Kiapi-Iwa L, Hart G (2004). The sexual and reproductive health of young people in Adjumani district, Uganda: qualitative study of the role of formal, informal and traditional health care providers. AIDS Care, 16(3), 339 - 347.
    • Ross MW, Elford J, Sherr L, Hart G (2004). The TREND statement: social science, communication and HIV/AIDS. AIDS Care, 16(6), 667 - 668.
    • Elford J, Bolding G, Davis M, Sherr L, Hart G (2004). Trends in sexual behaviour among London homosexual men 1998-2003: implications for HIV prevention and sexual health promotion. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 80(6), 451 - 454.
    • Bolding G, Davis M, Sherr L, Hart G, Elford J (2004). Use of gay Internet sites and views about online health promotion among men who have sex with men. AIDS Care, 16(8), 993 - 1001.
    • Elford J, Bolding G, Davis M, Sherr L, Hart G (2004). Web-Based Behavioral Surveillance Among Men Who Have Sex With Men: A Comparison of Online and Offline Samples in London, UK. JAIDS: Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 35(4), 421 - 426.
    • Rosengarten M, Imrie J, Flowers P, Davis MDM, Frankis J, Hart GJ (2004). After the euphoria: HIV medical technologies from the perspective of their prescribers. Sociology of Health and Illness, 26(5), 575 - 596.
    • Nardone A, Frankis JS, Dodds JP, Flowers PN, Mercey DE, Hart GJ (2004). A comparison of high risk sexual behaviour and HIV testing amongst bar-going sample of homosexual men in London and Edinburgh.. The European Journal of Public Health, 11(2), 185 - 189.

    2003

    • Elford J, Hart G (2003). If HIV prevention works, why are rates of high risk sexual behaviour increasing among MSM?. AIDS Education and Prevention, 15(4), 294 - 308.
    • Stephenson JM, Imrie J, Davis MDM, Mercer C, Black S, Copas AJ, Hart GJ, Davidson OR, Williams IG (2003). Is use of antiretroviral therapy among homosexual men associated with increased risk of transmission of HIV infection?. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 79(1), 7 - 10. doi:10.1136/sti.79.1.7

    2002

    • Elford J, Hart G, Sherr L, Williamson L, Bolding G (2002). Peer led HIV prevention among homosexual men in Britain. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 78(3), 158 - 159.
    • Buston K, Wight D, Hart G (2002). Inside the sex education classroom: the importance of context in engaging pupils. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 4(3), 317 - 335.
    • Buston K, Wight D, Hart G, Scott S (2002). Implementation of a teacher-delivered sex education programme: obstacles and facilitating factors. Health Education Research, 17(1), 59 - 72.
    • Henderson M, Wight D, Raab G, Abraham C, Buston K, Hart G, Scott S (2002). Heterosexual risk behaviour among young teenagers in Scotland. , 25(5), 483 - 494.
    • Imrie J, Hart GJ, Davis MD, Mercer CH, Williams IG, Davidson OR, Stephenson JM (2002). Disclosure of HIV status by HIV-positive gay men to their sexual partners - a prevention strategy still worth promoting?.
    • Flowers P, Hart GJ, Williamson LM, Frankis JS, Der GJ (2002). Does bar-based, peer-led sexual health promotion have a community-level effect amongst gay men in Scotland?. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 13(2), 102 - 108.
    • Hart GJ, Williamson LM, Flowers P, Frankis JS, Der GJ (2002). Gay men's HIV testing behaviour in Scotland. AIDS Care, 14(5), 665 - 674.
    • Stephenson JM, Imrie J, Shaefi S, Mercer CH, Davis MD, Williams IG, Hart GJ, Davidson OR (2002). Clinic-based prevention strategies for HIV-positive gay men that adopt integrated biomedical and behavioural approaches should be a priority..
    • Hart GJ, Duncan B, Fenton KA (2002). Chlamydia screening and sexual health. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 78(6), 396 - 397.
    • Paine K, Hart G, Jawo M, Ceesay S, Jallow M, Morison L, Walraven G, McAdam K, Shaw M (2002). ‘Before we were sleeping, now we are awake’: Preliminary evaluation of the Stepping Stones sexual health programme in The Gambia. African Journal of AIDS Research, 1(1), 39 - 50.
    • Davis ADM, Hart G, Imrie J, Davidson O, Williams J, Stephenson J (2002). 'HIV is HIV to me': the meanings of treatment, viral load and reinfection for gay men living with HIV. HEALTH RISK SOC, 4(1), 31 - 43.

    2001

    • Miles K, Shaw M, Paine K, Hart GJ, Ceesay S (2001). Sexual health seeking behaviours of young people in the Gambia. Journal of Adolescence, 24(6), 753 - 764.
    • Duncan B, Hart G, Scoular A, Bigrigg A (2001). Qualitative analysis of psychosocial impact of diagnosis of Chlamydia trachomatis: implications for screening. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.), 322(7280), 195 - 199.
    • Buston K, Hart G (2001). Heterosexism and homophobia in Scottish school sex education: exploring the nature of the problem. Journal of Adolescence, 24(1), 95 - 109.
    • Green G, Pool R, Harrison S, Hart GJ, Wilkinson J, Nyanzi S, Whitworth JAG (2001). Female control of sexuality: illusion or reality? Use of vaginal products in south west Uganda. Social Science and Medicine, 52(4), 585 - 598.
    • Scoular A, Duncan B, Hart G (2001). "That sort of place...where filthy men go...": a qualitative study of women's perceptions of genitourinary medicine services. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 77(5), 340 - 343.
    • Nardone A, Frankis JS, Dodds JP, Flowers PN, Mercey DE, Hart GJ (2001). A comparison of high risk sexual behaviour and HIV testing amongst a bar-going sample of homosexual men in London and Edinburgh. European Journal of Public Health, 11(2), 185 - 189. doi:10.1093/eurpub/11.2.185
    • Williamson LM, Hart GJ, Flowers P, Frankis JS, Der GJ (2001). The Gay Men’s Task Force: the impact of peer education on the sexual health behaviour of homosexual men in Glasgow. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 77(6), 427 - 432.

    2000

    • Wight D, Henderson M, Raab G, Abraham C, Buston K, Scott S, Hart G (2000). Extent of regretted sexual intercourse among young teenagers in Scotland: a cross sectional survey.. BMJ, 320(7244), 1243 - 1244.
    • Pool R, Whitworth JAG, Green G, Mbonye AK, Harrison S, Hart GJ, Wilkinson J (2000). Ambivalence, sexual pleasure and the acceptability of microbicidal products in south-west Uganda. AIDS, 14(13), 2058 - 2059.
    • Pool R, Whitworth JAG, Harrison S, Green G, Mbonye AK, Hart GJ, Wilkinson J (2000). An acceptability study of female-controlled methods of protection against HIV and STDs in south-western Uganda. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 11(3), 162 - 167. doi:10.1258/0956462001915606
    • Gilbart VL, Williams DI, MacDonald ND, Rogers PA, Evans BG, Hart G, Williams I (2000). Social and Behavioural factors associated with HIV seroconversion in homosexual men attending a central London STD clinic : a feasibility study. AIDS Care, 12(1), 49 - 58.

    1999

    • Hart GJ, Flowers P, Der GJ, Frankis JS (1999). Homosexual men's HIV related sexual risk behaviour in Scotland.. Sex Transm Infect, 75(4), 242 - 246.
    • Duncan B, Hart G (1999). A social science perspective on screening for Chlamydia trachomatis.. Sex Transm Infect, 75(4), 239 - 241.
    • Hart GJ, Pool R, Green G, Harrison S, Nyanzi S, Whitworth JA (1999). Women's attitudes to condoms and female-controlled means of protection against HIV and STDs in south-western Uganda.. AIDS Care, 11(6), 687 - 698. doi:10.1080/09540129947596
    • Duncan B, Hart G (1999). Sexuality and health: the hidden costs of screening for Chlamydia trachomatis.. BMJ, 318(7188), 931 - 933.
    • Flowers P, Hart G, Marriott C (1999). Constructing sexual health. Gay men and 'risk' in the context of a public sex environment. Journal of Health Psychology, 4(4), 483 - 495.
    • Gilbart VL, Williams DI, Macdonald ND, Rogers PA, Evans BG, Hart G, Williams IG (1999). Social behavioural factors associated with HIV seroconversion in homosexual men attending a central London STD clinic: a feasibility study. AIDS Care, , 11 - 25.
    • Boyd FM, Simpson WM, Johnstone FD, Hart GJ, Goldberg DJ (1999). What do pregnant women think about the HIV test? A qualitative study. AIDS Care - Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 11(1), 21 - 29. doi:10.1080/09540129948171

    1998

    • Simpson WM, Johnstone FD, Boyd FM, Hart GJ, Goldberg DJ (1998). To test or not to test? What makes pregnant women decide to take an HIV test?. Psychology, Health and Medicine, 3(3), 327 - 335.
    • Simpson WM, Johnstone FD, Boyd FM, Goldberg DJ, Hart GJ, Prescott RJ (1998). Uptake and acceptability of antenatal HIV testing: Randomised controlled trial of different methods of offering the test. British Medical Journal, 316(7127), 262 - 267.

    1997

    • Carter S, Horn K, Hart G, Dunbar M, Scoular A, MacIntyre S (1997). The sexual behaviour of international travellers at two Glasgow GUM clinics. Glasgow genitourinary medicine.. Int J STD AIDS, 8(5), 336 - 338.
    • Carter S, Hart G, Dunbar M, MacIntyre S, Horn K, Scoular A (1997). The sexual behaviour of international travellers at two glasgow GUM clinics. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 8(5), 336 - 338. doi:10.1258/0956462971920055

    1996

    • Williams DI, Stephenson JM, Copas A, Johnson AM, Williams IG, Hart GJ (1996). A case control study of HIV seroconversion in gay men, 1988-1993: What are the current risk factors?. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 72(3), 193 - 196. doi:10.1136/sti.72.3.193
    • Williams DI, Stephenson JM, Hart GJ, Copas A, Johnson AM, Williams IG (1996). A case control study of HIV seroconversion in gay men, 1988-1993: what are the current risk factors?. Genitourinary Medicine, 72(3), 193 - 196.
    • Whittaker D, Hart G (1996). Research note: Managing risks: The social organisation of indoor sex work. SOCIOL HEALTH ILL, 18(3), 399 - 414.
    • Hart GJ (1996). Hope for evidence-based HIV/AIDS prevention?. AIDS, 10(3), 337 - 338.
    • Hart GJ (1996). The evaluation of behavioural interventions for gay men: obstacles to evidence-based prevention.. Int J STD AIDS, 7 Suppl 2, 25 - 29.
    • Hart G (1996). Preventing HIV infection in gay men: Help and hindrance. Sexual and Marital Therapy, 11(3), 309 - 319.

    1995

    • Hawkes S, Hart GJ, Bletsoe E, Shergold C, Johnson AM (1995). Risk behaviour and STD acquisition in genitourinary clinic attenders who have travelled. Genitourinary Medicine, 71(6), 351 - 354.

    1994

    • DAWSON JM, FITZPATRICK RM, REEVES G, BOULTON M, MCLEAN J, HART GJ, BROOKES M (1994). AWARENESS OF SEXUAL PARTNERS HIV STATUS AS AN INFLUENCE UPON HIGH-RISK SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR AMONG GAY MEN. AIDS, 8(6), 837 - 841.
    • Hawkes S, Hart GJ, Johnson AM, Shergold C, Ross E, Herbert KM, Mortimer P, Parry JV, Mabey D (1994). Risk behaviour and HIV prevalence in international travellers. AIDS, 8(2), 247 - 252.

    1993

    • Hart GJ, Dawson J, Fitzpatrick RM, Boulton M, McLean J, Brookes M, Parry JV (1993). Risk behaviour, anti-HIV and anti-hepatitis B core prevalence in clinic and non-clinic samples of gay men in England, 1991-1992. AIDS, 7(6), 863 - 869.
    • Noone A, Durante AJ, Brady AR, Majid F, Swan AV, Parry JV, Hart GJ, Connell JA, Perry KR, Joce RE, Gill ON (1993). HIV infection in injecting drug users attending centres in England and Wales, 1990-1991. AIDS, 7(11), 1501 - 1507.
    • Hawkes SJ, Hart GJ (1993). Travel, migration and HIV. AIDS Care, 5(2), 207 - 214. doi:10.1080/09540129308258601

    1992

    • Hart G, Boulton M, Fitzpatrick R, McLean J, Dawson J (1992). 'Relapse' to unsafe sexual behaviour among gay men: a critique of recent behavioural HIV/AIDS research. Sociology of Health and Illness, 14(2), 216 - 232. doi:10.1111/1467-9566.ep11343702
    • Boulton M, Hart G, Fitzpatrick R (1992). The sexual behaviour of bisexual men in relation to HIV transmission. AIDS Care, 4(2), 165 - 175. doi:10.1080/09540129208253088

    1991

    • HART G (1991). WHO RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVED TRAINING IN THE DRUGS FIELD. MED EDUC, 25(4), 279 - 279.
    • Fitzpatrick R, Dawson J, Boulton M M, J H, G (1991). Social psychological factors that may predict high risk sexual behaviour in gay men. Health Education Journal, 50(2), 63 - 66. doi:10.1177/001789699105000202
    • Hart GJ, Woodward N, Johnson AM, Tighe J, Parry JV, Adler MW (1991). Prevalence of HIV, hepatitis B and associated risk behaviours in clients of a needle-exchange in central London. AIDS, 5(5), 543 - 547.
    • Dawson J, Fitzpatrick R, McLean J, Hart G, Boulton M (1991). The HIV test and sexual behaviour in a sample of homosexually active men. Social Science and Medicine, 32(6), 683 - 688. doi:10.1016/0277-9536(91)90147-5

    1990

    • Fitzpatrick R, McLean J, Dawson J, Boulton M, Hart G (1990). Factors influencing condom use in a sample of homosexually active men. Genitourinary Medicine, 66(5), 346 - 350.
    • Carvell AL, Hart GJ (1990). Risk behaviours for HIV infection among drug users in prison. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.), 300(6736), 1383 - 1384.
    • Carvell AM, Hart GJ (1990). Help-seeking and referrals in a needle exchange: a comprehensive service to injecting drug users. Addiction, 85(2), 235 - 240. doi:10.1111/j.1360-0443.1990.tb03076.x
    • Hart G, Fitzpatrick R, McLean J, Dawson J, Boulton M (1990). Gay men, social support and HIV disease: a study of social integration in the gay community. AIDS Care, 2(2), 163 - 170. doi:10.1080/09540129008257727

    1989

    • Sonnex C, Hart GJ, Williams P, Adler MW (1989). Condom use by heterosexuals attending a department of genitourinary medicine: attitudes and behaviour in the light of HIV infection. Genitourinary Medicine, 65(4), 248 - 251.
    • Hart GJ, Carvell AL, Woodward N, Johnson AM, Williams P, Parry JV (1989). Evaluation of needle exchange in central London: behaviour change and anti-HIV status over one year. AIDS, 3(5), 261 - 265.
    • Fitzpatrick R, Hart G, Boulton M, McLean J, Dawson J (1989). Heterosexual sexual behaviour in a sample of homosexually active men. Genitourinary Medicine, 65(4), 259 - 262.
    • Fitzpatrick R, Boulton M, Hart G, Dawson J, McLean J (1989). High risk sexual behaviour and condom use in a sample of homosexual and bisexual men.. Health Trends, 21, 76 - 79.
    • Fitzpatrick R, Dawson J, McLean J, Hart G, Boulton M (1989). The life-styles and health behaviour of gay men. Health Education Journal, 48(3), 131 - 133.
    • Hart GJ, Sonnex C, Petherick A, Johnson AM, Feinmann C, Adler MW (1989). Risk behaviours for HIV infection among injecting drug users attending a drug dependency clinic. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.), 298(6680), 1081 - 1083.
    • Sonnex C, Hart GJ, Bounds W, Williams P, Guillebaud J, Adler MW (1989). Sexual behaviour and attitudes to barrier contraception among family planning clinic attenders. British Journal of Family Planning, 15(3), 71 - 75.
    • Sonnex C, Petherick A, Hart GJ, Adler MW (1989). Sonnex C, Petherick A, Hart GJ, Adler MW (1989) An appraisal of HIV antibody test counselling of injecting drug users. AIDS Care, 1(3), 307 - 311. doi:10.1080/09540128908253036
    • Hart G, Woodward N, Carvell A (1989). Needle-exchange in central London: operating philosophy and communication strategies. AIDS Care, 1(2), 125 - 134. doi:10.1080/09540128908260247

    • Price H, Gilson R, Mercey D, Copas A, Parry J, Nardone A, Hart G (). Hepatitis C in men who have sex with men in London - a community survey. HIV Medicine, , n/a - n/a. doi:10.1111/hiv.12050
    • Mavhu W, Dauya E, Bandason T, Munyati S, Cowan FM, Hart G, Corbett EL, Chikovore J (). Exploring barriers to diagnosis of tuberculosis in a Zimbabwean community severely affected by HIV.. , , - .
    • Flowers P, Marriott C, Hart G (). The bars, the bogs and the bushes: the impact of locale on sexual cultures. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 2, 69 - 84.
    • Williamson LM, Knussen C, Flowers P, Hart GJ (). HIV testing trends among gay men in Scotland, UK (1996-2005): Implications for HIV testing policies and prevention. Sexually Transmitted Infections, , - .
    • O'Brien R, Hunt K, Hart GJ (). 'The average Scottish man has a cigarette hanging out of his mouth, lying there with a portion of chips': prospects for change in Scottish men's construction of masculinity and their health-related beliefs and behaviours. Critical Public Health, , - .
    • Bolding G, Davis M, Hart G, Sherr L, Elford J (). Heterosexual men and women who look for sex through the Internet.. International Journal of STD and AIDS, , - .

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