Stephen Bell
Stephen Bell
Associate Professor, UQ Poche Centre for Indigenous Health, The University of Queensland
Verified email at uq.edu.au
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Conceptualising agency in the lives and actions of rural young people
E Robson, S Bell, N Klocker
1162007
Young people and sexual agency in rural Uganda
SA Bell
Culture, health & sexuality 14 (3), 283-296, 2012
682012
‘Mobile men with money’: HIV prevention and the erasure of difference
P Aggleton, SA Bell, A Kelly-Hanku
Global public health 9 (3), 257-270, 2014
382014
Young people as agents in development processes: reconsidering perspectives for development geography
S Bell, R Payne
Third world quarterly 30 (5), 1027-1044, 2009
382009
Integrating ethnographic principles in NGO monitoring and impact evaluation
SA Bell, P Aggleton
Journal of International Development 24 (6), 795-807, 2012
342012
Social influences on young people's sexual health in Uganda
S Bell, P Aggleton
Health Education 113 (2), 102-114, 2013
312013
Power and place for rural young people
S Punch, S Bell, L Costello, R Panelli
Taylor & Francis (Routledge UK), 2007
302007
Monitoring and Evaluation in Health and Social Development: Interpretive and Ethnographic Perspectives
S Bell, P Aggleton
Routledge, 2016
292016
Time to invest in a ‘counterpublic health’approach: promoting sexual health amongst sexually active young people in rural Uganda
SA Bell, P Aggleton
Children's Geographies 10 (4), 385-397, 2012
252012
Economic vulnerability and young people's sexual relationships in rural Uganda
SA Bell, P Aggleton
Journal of Youth Studies 17 (6), 814-828, 2014
222014
The child drums and the elder dances: Girlfriends and boyfriends negotiating power relations in rural Uganda
S Bell
Panelli R, Punch S and Robson E (eds) Global perspectives on rural childhood …, 2007
172007
Sexual agency, risk and vulnerability: a scoping review of young Indigenous Australians’ sexual health
S Bell, P Aggleton, J Ward, L Maher
Journal of Youth Studies 20 (9), 1208-1224, 2017
152017
A ‘scoping review’of qualitative literature about engagement with HIV care in Indonesia
E Lazuardi, S Bell, CE Newman
Sexual health 15 (4), 283-291, 2018
142018
‘I Was Attracted to Him Because of His Money’: Changing Forms of Polygyny in Contemporary Papua New Guinea
AK Mek, A Kelly-Hanku, S Bell, L Wilson, AJ Vallely
The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 19 (2), 120-137, 2018
132018
Youth-centred research to help prevent and mitigate the adverse health and social impacts of pregnancy amongst young Papua New Guineans
S Bell, E Kennedy, K Black, A Vallely, L Vallely, G Mola, J Kaldor, ...
Reproductive health matters 26 (54), 5-12, 2018
112018
HIV pre-test information, discussion or counselling? A review of guidance relevant to the WHO European Region
SA Bell, V Delpech, D Raben, J Casabona, N Tsereteli, J de Wit
International journal of STD & AIDS 27 (2), 97-104, 2016
102016
Understanding the Social Influences on Engaging Key Populations With HIV Prevention: A Qualitative Study With Men Who Have Sex With Men in Three Indonesian Cities.
E Lazuardi, CE Newman, I Anintya Tasya, E Rowe, DN Wirawan, ...
AIDS Education and Prevention 31 (2), 206-223, 2019
92019
Negotiating trust and struggling for control: everyday narratives of unwanted disclosure of HIV status among people with HIV in Australia
S Bell, P Aggleton, S Slavin
Health Sociology Review 27 (1), 1-14, 2018
92018
Delivery of HIV test results, post‐test discussion and referral in health care settings: a review of guidance for E uropean countries
SA Bell, V Delpech, J Casabona, N Tsereteli, J de Wit
HIV medicine 16 (10), 620-627, 2015
92015
Accessing HIV treatment and care services in fishing communities around Lake Victoria in Uganda: mobility and transport challenges
C Tumwine, P Aggleton, S Bell
African Journal of AIDS Research 18 (3), 205-214, 2019
82019
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