Publications

Books

Davis, M. and Lohm, D. (forthcoming) Pandemics, Publics and Narrative, Oxford University Press, New York.

Davis, M. and Manderson, L. eds (2014) Disclosure in health and illness, Routledge. 201 pages.

Squire, C., Davis, M., Esin, C., Andrews, M., Harrison, B., Hydén, L. and Hydén, M. (2014) What is narrative research? Bloomsbury Academic. 156 pages.

Davis, M. and Squire, C. eds  (2010) HIV treatment and prevention technologies in international perspective, Palgrave Macmillan. 224 pages.

Davis, M. (2009) Sex, technology and public health, Palgrave Macmillan. 198 pages.

Special issues

Camporesi, S., Vaccarella, M. and Davis, M. (2017) ‘Public Trust in Expert Knowledge’, Symposium for Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 14(1).

Manderson, L., Davis, M. and Colwell, C. (2015) ‘The life and death of the secret’, Special issue of Current Anthropology, 56(S12). http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/683430.

Davis, M. and Rasmussen, M. (2015) ‘Sex, health and the technological imagination’, Special symposium for Culture, Health & Sexuality, 17 (4).

Petersen, A., Davis, M., Fraser, S. and Lindsay, J. (2010) ‘Healthy living and citizenship‘, Special issue of Critical Public Health, 20(4).

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Davis, M., Whittaker, A., Lindgren, M, Djerf-Pierre, M., Manderson, L. and  Flowers, P. (published online 8 June 2017) ‘Understanding Media Publics and the Antimicrobial Resistance Crisis‘, Global Public Health, doi.org/10.1080/17441692.2017.1336248

Davis, Mark (2017). ‘”Is it Going to be Real?” Narrative and Media on a Pandemic,’ Sympoisum on ‘Analyzing Narratives Across Media’ in Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 18(1), Art. 18, online.

Broom, A., Broom, J., Kirby, E., Gibson, A. and Davis, M. (2017) ‘Antibiotic optimisation in ‘the bush’: Local know-how and core-periphery relations,’ Health & Place, 48, 56-62.

Camporesi, S., Vaccarella, M. and Davis, M. (2017) ‘Investigating Public trust in Expert Knowledge: Narrative, Ethics, and Engagement’ in ‘Public Trust in Expert Knowledge’, Symposium for Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 14(1), 23-30.

Flowers, P., Riddell, J., Park, C., Ahmed, B., Young, I., Frankis, J., Davis, M., Gilbert, M., Estcourt, C., Wallace, L. and McDaid, L. (2017) Preparedness for the use of the rapid result HIV self-test by gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM): a mixed methods exploratory study amongst MSM and those involved in HIV prevention and care, HIV Medicine, 18(4), 245-255.

Davis, M., Flowers, P., Lohm, D., Waller, E and Stephenson, N. (2016) Immunity, biopolitics and pandemics: Public and individual responses to the threat to life, Special Issue: ‘The New Biologies: Epigenetics, the Microbiome and Immunities’ in Body & Society, 22(4), 130-154.

Davis, M., Flowers, P., Lorimer, K., Oakland, J. and Frankis, J. (2016) Location, safety and (non) strangers in gay men’s narratives on ‘hook-up’ apps, Sexualities, 19(7), 836-852.

Frankis, J., Young, I., Lorimer, K., Davis, M. and Flowers, P. (2016) Towards preparedness for PrEP. PrEP awareness and acceptability amongst MSM at high risk of HIV transmission in four celtic nations – Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland: An online survey, Sexually Transmitted Infections, 92, 279-285.

Lorimer, K., Flowers, P., Davis, M. and Frankis, P. (2016) Young men who have sex with men’s use of social and sexual media and sex risk associations:  Cross-sectional, online survey across four countries, Sexually Transmitted Infections, 92, 371-376.

McAloney-Kocaman, K., Lorimer, K. , Flowers, P. , Davis, M. , Knussen, C., and Frankis, J. (2016) Sexual identities and sexual health within the Celtic nations: an exploratory study of men who have sex with men recruited through social media, Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice, 11(7-8), 1049-1059.

Waller, E., Davis, M. and Stephenson, N (2016) Australia’s pandemic influenza ‘Protect’ phase: Emerging out of the fog of pandemicCritical Public Health, 26(1) 99-113. DOI:10.1080/09581596.2014.926310.

Flowers, P., Davis, M., Lohm, D., Waller, E. and Stephenson, N. (2016) Understanding pandemic influenza behaviour: an exploratory biopsychosocial studyJournal of Health Psychology, 21(5), 759-769. DOI:10.1177/1359105314537542.

Manderson, L., Davis, M., Colwell, C. and Ahlin, T. (2015) On secrecy, disclosure, the public and the private in anthropology, in ‘The life and death of the secret’ Special issue of Current Anthropology, 56(S12), S183-S190. http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/683302.

Lohm, D. and Davis, M. (2015) Between bushfire risk and love of environment: preparedness, precariousness and survival in the narratives of urban fringe dwellers in Australia, Health, Risk & Society, 17(5/6), 404-419. DOI: 10.1080/13698575.2015.1109614.

Davis, M., Stephenson, N., Lohm, D., Waller, E. and Flowers, P. (2015) Beyond resistance: Social factors in the general public response to pandemic influenza, BMC Public Health, 15: 436. DOI 10.1186/s12889-015-1756-8.

Davis, M. and Rasmussen, M. (2015) ‘Sex, health and the technological imagination: Editorial introduction’, Special Symposium for Culture, Health & Sexuality, 17(4), 393-397.

Davis, M. (2015) After the clinic? Researching sexual health technology in contextCulture, Health & Sexuality, 17(4), 398-411.

Lohm, D., Davis, M., Flowers, P. and Stephenson, N. (2015) ‘Fuzzy’ virus: indeterminate influenza biology, diagnosis and surveillance in the risk ontologies of the general public in time of pandemics, Health, Risk & Society, 17(2), 115-131. DOI: 10.1080/13698575.2015.1031645.

Davis, M., Flowers, P., Lohm, D., Waller, E. and Stephenson, N. (2014) “We became sceptics”: fear and media hype in general public narrative on the advent of pandemic influenzaSociological Inquiry, 84(4), 499-518.

Lohm, D., Flowers, P. Stephenson, N., Waller, E. and Davis, M. ( 2014) Biography, pandemic time and risk: pregnant women reflecting on their experiences of the 2009 influenza pandemicHealth (London), 18(5), 493-508.

Stephenson, N., Davis, M., Flowers, P., Waller, E. and MacGregor, C. (2014) Mobilising “vulnerability” in the public health response to pandemic influenzaSocial Science & Medicine, 102: 10-7.

Davis, M., Flowers, P. and Stephenson, N. (2014) ‘We had to do what we thought was right at the time’: retrospective public health discourse on the 2009 H1N1 pandemic in the UKSociology of Health and Illness, 36 (3): 369-82.

Flowers, P. and Davis, M. (2013) Understanding the biopsychosocial aspects of HIV disclosure amongst HIV positive gay men in ScotlandJournal of Health Psychology, 18 (5), 711-724.

Flowers, P. and Davis, M. (2013) Obstinate essentialism: Managing identity transformations amongst gay men living with HIV, Psychology and Sexuality, 4(3), 283-295.

Davis, M. (2011) ‘You have to come into the world’: transition, emotion and being in narratives of life with the internetSomatechnics, 1(2): 253-271.

Davis, M. and Flowers, P. (2011) Love and HIV serodiscordance in gay men’s accounts of life with their regular partners, Culture, Health and Sexuality, 13(7): 737-749.

Davis, M, Stephenson, N. and Flowers, P. (2011) Compliant, complacent or panicked? Investigating the problematisation of the Australian general public in pandemic influenza controlSocial Science &Medicine,72(6): 912-918.

Flowers, M., Davis, M., Larkin, M., Church, S. and Marriott, C. (2011) Understanding the impact of HIV diagnosis amongst gay men in Scotland: an interpretative phenomenological analysis, Psychology and Health, 26(10): 1378-1391.

Davis, M. (2010) Advancing biosocial pedagogy for HIV educationHealth Education Research, 26(3): 556-562.

Petersen, A., Davis, M., Fraser, S. and Lindsay, J. (2010) Healthy living and citizenship: an overview, Critical Public Health20 (4): 391-400.

Davis, M. (2008) The ‘loss of community’ and other problems for sexual citizenship in recent HIV preventionSociology of Health and Illness, 30(2), 182-196.

Davis, M (2007) Identity, expertise and HIV risk in a case study of reflexivity and medical technologiesSociology, 41(6), 1003-1019.

Bolding G, Davis M., Hart G, Sherr L, Elford J (2007) Where young MSM meet their first sexual partner: the role of the InternetAIDS and Behavior, 11(4), 522-526.

Elford J, Bolding G, Davis M, Sherr L, Hart G (2007) Barebacking among HIV-positive gay men in LondonSexually Transmitted Diseases, 34 (2), 93-98.

Davis, M., Frankis, J. Flowers, P. (2006) Uncertainty and technological horizon in qualitative interviews about HIV treatmentHealth: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 10(3), 323-344.

Davis, M., Hart, G., Bolding, G., Sherr, L. and Elford, J. (2006) E-dating and HIV prevention: theorising sexual interaction, risk and network societySociology of Health and Illness, 28 (4), 457-478.

Davis, M., Hart, G., Bolding, G., Sherr, L. and Elford, J. (2006) Sex and the Internet: gay men, risk reduction and serostatus, Culture, Health and Sexuality, 8 (2), 161-174.

Bolding, G., Davis, M., Hart, G., Sherr, L. Elford, J. (2006) Heterosexual men and women who seek sex through the InternetInternational Journal of STD and AIDS, 17 (8), 530-534.

Flowers, P., Davis, M., Hart, G., Imrie, J., Rosengarten, R., &Frankis, J. (2006) Diagnosis and identity amongst HIV positive Black Africans living in the UK, Psychology and Health, 21 (1), 109-122.

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, 961-968.

Davis, M., Bolding, G., Hart, G., Sherr, L. and 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.

Davis, M. and Rhodes. T. (2004) Managing seen and unseen blood associated with drug injecting: implications for theorising harm reduction for viral risk, Special Issue on Social Theory, International Journal of Drug Policy, 15, 377-384.

Davis, M. &Rhodes, T. (2004) Beyond prevention?: injecting drug user narratives about hepatitis CInternational Journal of Drug Policy15 (2), 123-131.

Davis, M., Rhodes, T. and Martin, A. (2004) Preventing hepatitis C: ‘Common sense’, ‘the bug’ and other perspectives from the risk narratives of people who inject drugsSocial Science and Medicine, 59, 1807-1818.

Bolding, G., Davis, M., Sherr, L., Hart, G. and 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. and Hart, G. (2004) The Internet and HIV study: design and methodsBMC Public Health, 4, 39.

Elford, J., Bolding, G., Davis, M., Sherr, L. and Hart, G. (2004) Trends in sexual behaviour among London homosexual men 1998-2003: implications for HIV prevention and sexual health promotionSexually Transmitted Infections, 80, 451-454.

Elford, J., Bolding, G., Davis, M., Sherr, L. &Hart, G. (2004) Web-based behavioural surveillance among men who have sex with men: a comparison of online and offline samples in London, UKJournal of AIDS35 (4), 421-426.

Rhodes, T., Davis, M., &Judd, A. (2004) Hepatitis C risk and its risk management among drug injectors in London: renewing harm reduction in the context of uncertaintyAddiction99, 621-633.

Rosengarten, M., Imrie, J., Flowers, P., Davis, M. &Hart, G. (2004) After the euphoria: HIV medical technologies from the perspective of their prescribersSociology of Health and Illness, 26 (5), 575-596.

Davis, M. (2003) IJDP commentary: Qualitative research and harm reduction, International Journal of Drug Policy, 14, 119-122.

Stephenson, J., Imrie, J., Davis, M., Mercer, C., Black, S., Copas, A., Hart, G., Davidson, O. & Williams, I. (2003) Is the use of antiretroviral therapy among gay men associated with increased risk of transmission of HIV infection?, Sexually Transmitted Infections, 79, 1, 7-10.

Davis, M. (2002) HIV prevention rationalities and serostatus in the risk narratives of gay men, Sexualities, 5(3), 281-299.

Davis, M., Hart, G., Imrie, J., Davidson, O., Williams, I. & Stephenson, J. (2002) “HIV is HIV to me”: the meanings of treatment, viral load and reinfection for gay men living with HIV, Health, Risk and Society, 4(1), 31-43.

Connell, R. W. Davis, M. & Dowsett, G. (1993) A bastard of a life: homosexual desire and practice among men in working-class milieux, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 29(1), 211-35.

Kippax, S., Crawford, J., Davis, M., Rodden, P. & Dowsett, G. (1993) Sustaining safe sex: a longitudinal study of a sample of homosexual men, AIDS, 7(23), 257-63.

Dowsett, G., Davis, M. & Connell, R. W. (1992) Working-class homosexuality and HIV/AIDS prevention: some recent research from Sydney, Australia, Psychology and Health, 6, 313-24.

Connell, R. W., Dowsett, G., Rodden, P. Davis, M., Watson, L. & Baxter, D. (1991) Social class, gay men and AIDS prevention, Australian Journal of Public Health, 15(3), 178-189.

Davis, M., Ray, J., & Burt, J. (1987) Sex roles and fear of success: a general population study, Personality and Individual Differences, 8(3), 431-432.

Chapters

Davis, M. and Manderson, L. (2014) ‘Contours of truth’  in Davis, M. and Manderson, L. eds Disclosure in Health and Illness, Routledge, pages 153-165.

Davis, M. and Flowers, P. (2014) ‘HIV/STI prevention technologies and strategic (in)visibilities’ in Davis, M. and Manderson, L. eds Disclosure in Health and Illness, Routledge, pages 72-88.

Davis, M. (2013) ‘Doing research ‘on and through’ new media narrative’ in M. Andrews, M. Tamboukou and Squire, C. (eds) Doing narrative research, Sage, 159-175.

Davis, M., Bolding, G., Hart, G., Sherr, L. and Elford, J. (2013) Reflecting on the experience of interviewing online: perspectives from the Internet and HIV study in London, AIDS Care, 16, 8, 944-952. Reproduced in Christine Hine (ed.) Virtual Research Methods: SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods, Sage.

Davis, M (2010) ‘Surveys, citizenship and the sexual lifecourse’ in Burnett, J (ed.) Contemporary adulthood: calendars, cartographies and constructions, Palgrave Macmillan, 104-119.

Davis, M. and Squire, C. (2010) ‘HIV technologies’, in Davis, M. and Squire, C. (eds) HIV treatment and prevention technologies in international perspective, Palgrave Macmillan, 1-17.

Davis, M. (2010) ‘Antiretroviral treatment and HIV prevention: Perspectives from qualitative research with gay men with HIV in the UK’, in Davis, M. and Squire, C. (eds) HIV treatment and prevention technologies in international perspective, Palgrave Macmillan, pages 126-143.

Davis, M. and Squire, C. (2010) ‘Particularity, Potentiation, Citizenship and Pragmatism’, in Davis, M. and Squire, C. (eds) HIV treatment and prevention technologies in international perspective, Palgrave Macmillan, pages 184-202.

Davis, M. (2009) ‘Spectacular risk, public health and the technological mediation of the sexual practices of gay men’, in Broom, A. and Tovey, P. (eds.) Men’s Health: Body, Identity and Social Context, Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford, pages 107-125.

Davis, M. & Flowers, P. (2008) ‘Unmasking biotechnology: perspectives from the ‘Transitions in HIV’ project’, in Senker, Burnett, Walker (eds) The Myths of Technology: Innovation and InequalityPeter Lang Publishing145-157.

Ward, K., Davis, M. and Flowers, P.  (2006) ‘Patient expertise and Innovative Health Technologies’, in A. Webster ed. Innovative Health Technologies, Health Technology and Society Series, Palgrave Macmillan, pages 97-111.

Connell, R. W., Davis, M. & Dowsett, G. (2000) ‘Man to man: homosexual desire and practice among working-class men’, in R W Connell, The men and the boys, Polity: Cambridge, pages 102-128.

Dowsett, G., Davis, M. & Connell, R. W (1992) ‘Gay lifestyles of the not-so-rich and famous’, in Garry Wotherspoon and Robert Aldrich (eds) Gay Perspectives: Essays in Australian Gay Culture. Sydney: University of Sydney, Department of Economic History, pages 147-163.

Dowsett, G., Davis, M. & Connell, R. W. (1992) ‘Gay men, HIV/AIDS and social research’, in Peter Aggleton, Peter Davies and Graham Hart, (eds.) AIDS: Rights, Risks and Reasons, London: Falmer Press, pages 1-12.

Selected government reports and research translation

Frankis, J., Flowers, P., Lorimer, K. and Davis, M. (2013) Social Media, Men who have Sex with Men and Sexual Health in Lanarkshire. A report commissioned by NHS Lanarkshire on behalf of Lanarkshire BBV networks based on the Social Media, Men who have Sex with Men and Sexual Health Study 2013, Glasgow Caledonian University.

Frankis, J., Oakland, J., Lorimer, K., Davis, M. and Flowers, P. (2013) Social Media, Lanarkshire Men who have Sex with Men and Sexual Health: An Experiential Qualitative Analysis. A report commissioned by NHS Lanarkshire on behalf of Lanarkshire BBV networks based on the qualitative data within the Social Media, Men who have Sex with Men and Sexual Health Study 2013, Glasgow Caledonian University.

Davis, M. (2006) Reflecting on recent social research about HIV prevention, sexual health and people with HIV, Terrence Higgins Trust, London.

Judd, A., Hickman, M., Rhodes, T., Jones, S., Parry, J., Davis, M., Stimson, G. (2003) A cohort study to assess the prevalence and incidence of, and risk factors for, hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection among new injecting drug users (IDUs), Final Report to Department of Health, The Centre for Research on Drugs and Health Behaviour, Imperial College, London.

Rhodes, T., Platt, L., Filatova, K., Sarang, A., Davis, M. and Renton, A. (2002) Behaviour Factors in HIV Transmission in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Geneva: UNAIDS.

Summerside, J. & Davis, M. (2002) Keeping it to ourselves: strategic directions in the development of HIV prevention for people with HIV, Terrence Higgins Trust: London.

Summerside, J. & Davis, M. (2001) HIV prevention and sexual health promotion with people with HIV, NHPIS Professional Briefing and Resource Guide No.4. Health Development Agency: London.

Selected presentations

Davis, M. (2016) Narrative public health? Panel presentation for the TASA Health Day, Australian Catholic University, 2 December.

Davis, M. (2015) Is it going to be real?’ Narrative and media on a pandemic. Seminar presented at Department of Social Sciences, Health and Medicine, King’s College, London, 13 May.

Davis, M. (2015) Gay men’s narratives on hook-up apps and the loss of community debate. Paper presented at The politics of Sexual Narratives, Centre for Narrative Research University of East London, London, 1 May.

Davis, M. (2014) After the clinic: biotechnology and the reinvention of sexual health. Key note address for Promises and limitations: Biomedical treatment and prevention in the real world, 13th Social Research Conference on HIV, Hepatitis C and Related Diseases, Centre for Health Social Research, UNSW, Sydney, 20 & 21 February.

Davis, M. (2014) Contagion, ‘pande-media’ and narrative knowledge. Oral presentation at Narrative Matters 2014: Narrative Knowing/Récit et Savoir, University of Paris Diderot, Paris, 23-27 June.

Davis, M (2013) ‘We became sceptics’: fear and media hype in general public narrative on the advent of global public health emergency. Panel presentation at The Australian Sociological Association Conference, Melbourne, 25-28 November.

Davis, M. (2013) Retrospect and mitigation: public health discourse on 2009’s H1N1 pandemic. Panel presentation: Governing a moving target: Transformations in public health in the face of the unknowns of disease emergence, Asia-Pacific Science, Technology & Society Network – Biennial Conference, Singapore, 15-17 July.

Davis, M. (2012) ‘You can’t live a bubble’: choice immunity and related technologies. Paper for ‘Epidemic Apprehensions: materiality and relationality in encounters with infectious diseases’, Cultural Studies Association of Australasia Conference, Sydney, 6 December.

Davis, M. (2012) Disclosure, performativity and sexual health technologies. Invited seminar presented at the Mind, Medicine and Culture Seminar, Department of Anthropology, UCLA, Los Angeles, 19 November.

Davis, M. (2012) Biomediation and ‘strategic visibility’. Paper presented at Panel Session on ‘Disclosure: On secrets and telling’, 111th American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 15 November.

Davis, M. and Flowers, P. (2012) Retrospect and mitigation: public health discourse on 2009’s H1N1 pandemic. Paper presented at 4S/European Association for the Study of Science and Technology Joint Conference, Copenhagen, 19 October.

Davis, M. and Lohm, D. (2012) Post-pandemic affect and the outbreak narrative. Paper presented at Crossroads in Cultural Studies International Conference, Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, 2-6 July.

Davis, M. (2011) How to have theory in health sociology. Invited oral presentation, Engaging theory in health sociology, Health Day, The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, University of Newcastle, Newcastle Australia, 28 November.

Davis, M. (2011) Living ‘post-pandemic’ and responding to influenza. Paper presented at The Australian Sociological Association Conference, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia, 30 November.

Davis, M., Stephenson, N. and Flowers, P. (2011) How can we effectively communicate with the general public on pandemic influenza? Invited oral presentation, Session 2: Risk communication during and after pandemics, International Pandemic Preparedness and Response Conference: Finding the Balance between Vigilance, Warning and Action & Lessons from Disaster Management, Centre for Non-Traditional Security (NTS) Studies, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 18-19 April.

Davis, M. (2010) ‘You have to come into the world’: Transition, emotion, health and (well)being in the everyday life of the internet. Paper presented at Integrative Session, Narratives, citizenship, health, and social change, 15 July 2010. International Sociological Association XVII World Congress, Gothenburg, Sweden, 11-17 July.

Davis, M. and Flowers, P. (2010) Constraint, volition and public confidence in pandemic influenza control. Paper presented at Session 8: Epidemics and pandemics, ISA RC15 Sociology of health, International Sociological Association XVII World Congress, Gothenburg, Sweden, 11-17 July.

Davis, M. and Squire, C. (2009) HIV technologies of the ‘post-ART’ era. Paper presented at International Society of Critical Health Psychology, Sixth Biennial Conference 2009 in Lausanne, Switzerland, 8-11 July.

Davis, M. (2007) Treating and preventing HIV post-ART. Paper presented at the British Sociological Association Annual Conference, University of East London, London, 12 April.

Davis, M. (2004) Hepatitis C: perspectives from qualitative research in London. The Research Colloquia, National Centre in HIV Social Research, University of NSW, Sydney, Australia.

Davis, M. (2005) Transition, uncertainty and technological horizon in the treatment of HIV. Paper presented at the British Sociological Association, Medical Sociology Group, 37th Annual Conference, University of York, York, 15-17 September.

Davis, M., Hart, G., Bolding, G., Sherr, L and Elford, J. (2003) The pleasures and intimacies of queer cyberspace: gay men’s accounts of using the internet for sexual partnering, Oral presentation: AIDS Impact Conference, July 2003, Milan.

Davis, M and Rhodes, T. (2002) Doing safer injection and preventing hepatitis C: ‘Common sense’ and other perspectives from qualitative research. Plenary: Ethnography and drugs research: 13th International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harm, Ljubljana, Slovenia, March.

Davis, M., Hart, G., Imrie, J., Davidson, O., Williams, I., Stephenson, J. (2000) ‘Living with HIV treatments and adherence: interim qualitative findings from a study of gay men with HIV and AIDS in London’. Paper: The British Psychological Society, Annual Conference, Winchester, 13-16 April.