His research investigates the link between Psychological intervention and topics such as Psychiatry that cross with problems in Intervention (counseling) and Psychosocial. While working on this project, John Imrie studies both Internal medicine and Obstetrics. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Obstetrics and Internal medicine. Syphilis is often connected to Anal intercourse in his work. Much of his study explores Anal intercourse relationship to Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). His study in Pre-exposure prophylaxis extends to Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) with its themes. In his papers, John Imrie integrates diverse fields, such as Pre-exposure prophylaxis and Men who have sex with men. Men who have sex with men and Syphilis are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Demography and Gerontology in his work.
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Per-contact probability of HIV transmission in homosexual men in Sydney in the era of HAART.
Fengyi Jin;James Jansson;Matthew Law;Garrett P Prestage.
Unprotected anal intercourse, risk reduction behaviours, and subsequent HIV infection in a cohort of homosexual men.
Fengyi Jin;June Crawford;Garrett P Prestage;Iryna Zablotska.
Increasing Rates of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Homosexual Men in Western Europe and the United States: Why?
Kevin A. Fenton;John Imrie.
Infectious Disease Clinics of North America (2005)
HIV prevention for South African youth: which interventions work? A systematic review of current evidence
Abigail Harrison;Marie-Louise Newell;Marie-Louise Newell;John Imrie;John Imrie;Graeme Hoddinott.
BMC Public Health (2010)
Why do we need randomised controlled trials to assess behavioural interventions
Judith Stephenson;John Imrie.
Universal test and treat and the HIV epidemic in rural South Africa: a phase 4, open-label, community cluster randomised trial
Collins C Iwuji;Collins C Iwuji;Joanna Orne-Gliemann;Joseph Larmarange;Eric Balestre.
The Lancet HIV (2017)
Condoms and seat belts: the parallels and the lessons
John Richens;John Imrie;Andrew Copas.
The Lancet (2000)
Gay men's current practice of HIV seroconcordant unprotected anal intercourse: serosorting or seroguessing?
Iryna B Zablotska;John Imrie;Garrett Prestage;June Crawford.
Aids Care-psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of Aids/hiv (2009)
Diagnosis and stigma and identity amongst HIV positive Black Africans living in the UK
Paul Flowers;Mark David McGregor Davis;Graham Hart;Marsha Rosengarten.
Psychology & Health (2006)
Evaluation of the impact of immediate versus WHO recommendations-guided antiretroviral therapy initiation on HIV incidence: the ANRS 12249 TasP (Treatment as Prevention) trial in Hlabisa sub-district, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial.
Collins C Iwuji;Joanna Orne-Gliemann;Frank Tanser;Sylvie Boyer;Sylvie Boyer.
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