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Adolescents Living With HIV: Checking Unhelpful Terminology

Journal article

Bernays S. et al, (2020), Journal of Adolescent Health

The social life of HIV care: On the making of ‘care beyond the virus’

Journal article

Rhodes T. et al, (2019), BioSocieties, 14, 321 - 344

A Failed Method? Reflections on Using Audio Diaries in Uganda With Young People Growing Up With HIV in the BREATHER Trial

Journal article

Bernays S. et al, (2019), Qualitative Health Research, 29, 719 - 730

We need a renewed focus on primary prevention to tackle youth knife violence

Journal article

Ponsford R. et al, (2019), The BMJ, 365

The responsibility of PrEP: a qualitative exploration of men who have sex with men's use of informal PrEP in London

Conference paper

Paparini S. et al, (2018), JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL AIDS SOCIETY, 21, 113 - 114

“Not Taking it Will Just be Like a Sin”: Young People Living with HIV and the Stigmatization of Less-Than-Perfect Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy

Journal article

Bernays S. et al, (2017), Medical Anthropology: Cross Cultural Studies in Health and Illness, 36, 485 - 499

Towards "evidence-making intervention" approaches in the social science of implementation science: The making of methadone in East Africa

Journal article

Rhodes T. et al, (2016), International Journal of Drug Policy, 30, 17 - 26

When information does not suffice: young people living with HIV and communication about ART adherence in the clinic

Journal article

Bernays S. et al, (2016), Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 11, 60 - 68

The stories we tell: Qualitative research interviews, talking technologies and the 'normalisation' of life with HIV

Journal article

Mazanderani F. and Paparini S., (2015), Social Science and Medicine, 131, 66 - 73

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