Mark is a medical sociologist with experience in clinical settings and public health research in the UK and Australia. He publishes widely on the sociology of infectious and chronic diseases, community-oriented health promotion and public health, and the narrative turns in bioethics and health communications. Mark has published books, edited collections and special issues with leading presses and journals and written numerous reports and policy documents for government and community agencies. See Mark’s Google Scholar profile here.
Mark leads an ARC Discovery Project, Antimicrobial Resistance: Science, Communications and Public Engagements (AMR-scapes), which addresses how publics engage with media and communications on the antibiotic resistance crisis.
- International scientific and public policy framings of transformative HIV technologies, including PrEP, rapid and self-testing, self-triage, and the test and treat paradigm Funded by a Monash ... Read more