Loren Brener
Loren Brener
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Perceptions of discriminatory treatment by staff as predictors of drug treatment completion: utility of a mixed methods approach
L Brener, W von Hippel, C von Hippel, I Resnick, C Treloar
Drug and Alcohol Review 29 (5), 491-497, 2010
Implicit prejudice toward injecting drug users predicts intentions to change jobs among drug and alcohol nurses
W von Hippel, L Brener, C von Hippel
Psychological Science 19 (1), 7-11, 2008
‘You are just whores—you can't be raped’: barriers to safer sex practices among women street sex workers in Cape Town
I Pauw, L Brener
Culture, health & sexuality 5 (6), 465-481, 2003
The role of physician and nurse attitudes in the health care of injecting drug users
L Brener, WV Hippel, S Kippax, KJ Preacher
Substance Use & Misuse 45 (7-8), 1007-1018, 2010
Prejudice among health care workers toward injecting drug users with hepatitis C: does greater contact lead to less prejudice?
L Brener, W Von Hippel, S Kippax
International Journal of Drug Policy 18 (5), 381-387, 2007
Needle sharing in regular sexual relationships: an examination of serodiscordance, drug using practices, and the gendered character of injecting
J Bryant, L Brener, P Hull, C Treloar
Drug and Alcohol Dependence 107 (2-3), 182-187, 2010
Experiences of HIV stigma: the role of visible symptoms, HIV centrality and community attachment for people living with HIV
L Brener, D Callander, S Slavin, J de Wit
AIDS care 25 (9), 1166-1173, 2013
Barriers and Incentives to Treatment for Illicit Drug Users with
C Treloar, J Abelson, W Cao, L Brener, L Schultz, M Schultz, N Bath
Mental Health Comorbidities and Complex Vulnerabilities, Barton Australia …, 2007
“I can’t do this, it’s too much”: building social inclusion in cancer diagnosis and treatment experiences of Aboriginal people, their carers and health workers
C Treloar, R Gray, L Brener, C Jackson, V Saunders, P Johnson, M Harris, ...
International journal of public health 59 (2), 373-379, 2014
Health literacy in relation to cancer: addressing the silence about and absence of cancer discussion among a boriginal people, communities and health services
C Treloar, R Gray, L Brener, C Jackson, V Saunders, P Johnson, M Harris, ...
Health & social care in the community 21 (6), 655-664, 2013
Measuring attitudes toward injecting drug users and people with hepatitis C
L Brener, W Von Hippel
Substance use & misuse 43 (3-4), 295-302, 2008
Needle fictions: Medical constructions of needle fixation and the injecting drug user
S Fraser, M Hopwood, C Treloar, L Brener
Addiction Research & Theory 12 (1), 67-76, 2004
Perceived discrimination and injecting risk among people who inject drugs attending Needle and Syringe Programmes in Sydney, Australia
H Wilson, L Brener, L Mao, C Treloar
Drug and Alcohol Dependence 144, 274-278, 2014
Rethinking safety and fidelity: The role of love and intimacy in hepatitis C transmission and prevention
K Seear, R Gray, S Fraser, C Treloar, J Bryant, L Brener
Health Sociology Review 21 (3), 272-286, 2012
Exploring the role of consumer participation in drug treatment
L Brener, I Resnick, J Ellard, C Treloar, J Bryant
Drug and alcohol dependence 105 (1-2), 172-175, 2009
Internalized stigma among people who inject drugs
E Cama, L Brener, H Wilson, C von Hippel
Substance use & misuse 51 (12), 1664-1668, 2016
One size fits all? The discursive framing of cultural difference in health professional accounts of providing cancer care to Aboriginal people
CE Newman, R Gray, L Brener, LC Jackson, P Johnson, V Saunders, ...
Ethnicity & health 18 (4), 433-447, 2013
Implicit and explicit internalized stigma: relationship with risky behaviors, psychosocial functioning and healthcare access among people who inject drugs
C von Hippel, L Brener, R Horwitz
Addictive behaviors 76, 305-311, 2018
Experiences of diagnosis, care and treatment among Aboriginal people living with hepatitis C
L Brener, H Wilson, LC Jackson, P Johnson, V Saunders, C Treloar
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 40 (S1), S59-S64, 2016
Multiple stigmas, shame and historical trauma compound the experience of Aboriginal Australians living with hepatitis C
C Treloar, LC Jackson, R Gray, J Newland, H Wilson, V Saunders, ...
Health Sociology Review 25 (1), 18-32, 2016
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