Jeffrey Grierson


Professor Jeffrey Grierson is a social psychologist with a long-standing interest in sexuality, HIV/AIDS and social inclusion. He has worked in the HIV/AIDS field within academia, community organisations, and government for over 20 years. His particular interest is in the intersection of personal experience and social structures, specifically under the rubric of ‘community’. 
Professor Grierson currently undertakes research within the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education at Anglia Ruskin University. His research activity focuses on social inclusion, sexuality, sexual health, access to health systems by marginalised populations and the promotion of health within populations of identity.

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1 May 2013

Executive summary

DEMOGRAPHICS The HIV Futures 7 survey was completed by 1058 HIV positive Australians from all states and territories. This represents approximately 4.3% of the estimated HIV positive population.

92.2% were male (975), 6.7% were female (70) and 0.3% were transgender...


19 Dec 2009

The HIV Futures 6 survey was completed by 1106 HIV positive Australians from all states and territories. This represents approximately 6.6% of the estimated HIV positive population.

92.4% were male (1018), 7.4% were female (81) and 0.3% were transgender (3).

78.5% were gay...


9 May 2008

This research was designed to gather information and increase understanding about sex on premises venues (SOPVs) so as to enhance the capacity of public health and gay community stakeholders to better address recent rises in HIV and other STIs.

The research sought to gain...


2 Mar 2008

The Living with HIV Program is a part of the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS) at La Trobe University. The program conducts social research into the lived experience of HIV.

The HIV Futures New Zealand 2 survey was completed by...


1 Oct 2006

From the introduction:

With the increasing availability of antiretroviral treatments in many parts of the world has come increased surveillance of the lives and behaviours of PLWHA. In part, the concern of much of this surveillance has been the monitoring of antiretroviral compliance and...

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