Anthony K J Smith
Anthony K J Smith
Centre for Social Research in Health, UNSW Sydney
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Reassessing the ethics of molecular HIV surveillance in the era of cluster detection and response: Toward HIV data justice
S Molldrem, AKJ Smith
The American Journal of Bioethics 20 (10), 10-23, 2020
HIV pre‐exposure prophylaxis and the ‘problems’ of reduced condom use and sexually transmitted infections in Australia: a critical analysis from an evidence‐making intervention …
M Holt, CE Newman, K Lancaster, AK Smith, S Hughes, HHM Truong
Sociology of Health & Illness 41 (8), 1535-1548, 2019
Troubling the non-specialist prescription of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP): the views of Australian HIV experts
AKJ Smith, M Holt, SD Hughes, HHM Truong, CE Newman
Health Sociology Review 29 (1), 62-75, 2020
Challenges of providing HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis across Australian clinics: qualitative insights of clinicians
AKJ Smith, B Haire, CE Newman, M Holt
Sexual Health 18 (2), 187-194, 2021
Understanding trust in digital health among communities affected by BBVs and STIs in Australia
C Newman, J MacGibbon, AKJ Smith, T Broady, D Lupton, M Davis, ...
Sydney: UNSW Sydney, 2020
Tasmanian healthcare professionals'& students' capacity for LGBTI+ inclusive care: A qualitative inquiry
R Grant, AKJ Smith, L Newett, M Nash, R Turner, L Owen
Health & Social Care in the Community 29 (4), 957-966, 2021
Waiting to be seen: social perspectives on trans health
CE Newman, AKJ Smith, E Duck-Chong, S Vivienne, C Davies, ...
Health Sociology Review 30 (1), 1-8, 2021
Issues Associated With Prescribing HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis for HIV Anxiety: A Qualitative Analysis of Australian Providers' Views
AKJ Smith, M Holt, B Haire, CE Newman
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care 32 (1), 94-104, 2021
Open science, COVID-19, and the news: Exploring controversies in the circulation of early SARS-CoV-2 genomic epidemiology research
S Molldrem, MI Hussain, AKJ Smith
Global public health 16 (8-9), 1468-1481, 2021
Family imaginaries in the disclosure of a blood‐borne virus
AKJ Smith, A Persson, K Drysdale, J Bryant, K Valentine, J Wallace, ...
Sociology of Health & Illness 43 (6), 1422-1436, 2021
Understanding ‘risk’in families living with mixed blood-borne viral infection status: The doing and undoing of ‘difference’
A Persson, AKJ Smith, J Wallace, K Valentine, J Bryant, M Hamilton, ...
Health 26 (3), 284-301, 2022
Clinician imaginaries of HIV PrEP users in and beyond the gay community in Australia
AKJ Smith, CE Newman, B Haire, M Holt
Culture, Health & Sexuality, 1-15, 2021
Health practitioner and student attitudes to caring for transgender patients in Tasmania: An exploratory qualitative study
R Grant, AKJ Smith, M Nash, L Newett, R Turner, L Owen
Australian journal of general practice 50 (6), 416-421, 2021
Diversity via datafication? Digital patient records and citizenship for sexuality and gender diverse people
MDM Davis, A Schermuly, AKJ Smith, C Newman
BioSocieties, 1-22, 2022
The freighted social histories of HIV and hepatitis C: exploring service providers' perspectives on stigma in the current epidemics
K Valentine, A Smith, A Persson, R Gray, J Bryant, M Hamilton, J Wallace, ...
Medical humanities, medhum-2022-012382, 2022
Prescribing as affective clinical practice: Transformations in sexual health consultations through HIV pre‐exposure prophylaxis
AKJ Smith, CE Newman, B Haire, M Holt
Sociology of Health & Illness, 2022
Challenges of Using the Story Completion Method to Research Clinical Encounters
AKJ Smith, B Haire, CE Newman, M Holt
Sage Research Methods Cases, 2022
Technology Changes the Ethical Stakes in HIV Surveillance and Prevention: Response to Open Peer Commentaries on “Reassessing the Ethics of Molecular HIV Surveillance in the Era …
S Molldrem, AKJ Smith
The American Journal of Bioethics 20 (10), W1-W3, 2020
my health, our family: documenting stories of family life in the context of HIV, hepatitis B or hepatitis C (summary report)
CE Newman, A Persson, kylie valentine, M Hamilton, J Bryant, J Wallace, ..., 2020
CONTAGIOUS METAPHORS: AIDS and the construction of promiscuity in New York’s Gay Community, 1981-1984
A Smith
Murdoch University, 2016
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