Mark L. Williams mostly deals with Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Clinical psychology, Gerontology, Public health and Psychiatry. His research in Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome intersects with topics in Psychological intervention and Emergency medicine. His research integrates issues of Reliability and Hiv risk in his study of Clinical psychology.
His Gerontology study incorporates themes from Alternative medicine, Poverty and Epidemiology. His Public health research integrates issues from Homosexuality, Men who have sex with men and Race. His work on Drug and Heroin as part of general Psychiatry research is frequently linked to Injury prevention, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Public health, Demography, Condom and Clinical psychology are his primary areas of study. Mark L. Williams has researched Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome in several fields, including Gerontology, Intervention, Family medicine and Drug, Drug injection. His work carried out in the field of Drug brings together such families of science as Hiv risk and Outreach.
His Public health study deals with Men who have sex with men intersecting with Rural area. Mark L. Williams combines subjects such as Psychological intervention, Developed country, Social psychology, Developmental psychology and Heterosexuality with his study of Condom. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Reliability, Sex work, Interpersonal relationship and Cognition.
Mark L. Williams focuses on Psychological intervention, Men who have sex with men, Intervention, Public health and Demography. The concepts of his Psychological intervention study are interwoven with issues in Developmental psychology, Social support and Focus group. His Men who have sex with men research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social psychology, Hiv intervention, Clinical psychology and Health psychology.
As a part of the same scientific family, Mark L. Williams mostly works in the field of Intervention, focusing on Gerontology and, on occasion, Study Type. His studies in Public health integrate themes in fields like Social work, Family medicine and Public administration. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and Casual through his research.
His main research concerns Hiv risk, Sex workers, Alternative medicine, Obesity and Scale. His Hiv risk research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Heroin, Psychiatry, Illicit drug, Addiction and Drug. His studies deal with areas such as Health communication, Homophily and Interpersonal ties as well as Sex workers.
His Alternative medicine research integrates issues from Rehabilitation, Internal medicine, Preventive healthcare and Cardiology. Mark L. Williams undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Obesity and Government in his work.
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Reliability of Self-Reported HIV Risk Behaviors of Drug Users
Richard Needle;Dennis G. Fisher;Norman Weatherby;Dale Chitwood.
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors (1995)
Validity of self-reported drug use among injection drug users and crack cocaine users recruited through street outreach
Norman L. Weatherby;Richard Needle;Helen Cesari;Robert Booth.
Evaluation and Program Planning (1994)
Reliability of Drug Users' Self-Reported HIV Risk Behaviors and Validity of Self-Reported Recent Drug Use.
Seana Dowling-Guyer;Mark E. Johnson;Dennis G. Fisher;Richard Needle.
Deprivation and cause specific morbidity: evidence from the Somerset and Avon survey of health
Jenny Eachus;Mark Williams;Philip Chan;George Davey Smith.
A comparison of the reliability of self-reported drug use and sexual behaviors using computer-assisted versus face-to-face interviewing.
Mark L. Williams;Mark L. Williams;Robert C. Freeman;Anne M. Bowen;Zixian Zhao.
Aids Education and Prevention (2000)
A randomized control trial of Internet-delivered HIV prevention targeting rural MSM
Anne M. Bowen;Keith J Horvath;Mark L. Williams.
Health Education Research (2006)
Internet based HIV prevention research targeting rural MSM: feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary efficacy.
A. M. Bowen;M. L. Williams;C. M. Daniel;S. Clayton.
Journal of Behavioral Medicine (2008)
Sale of sex for drugs and drugs for sex: an economic context of sexual risk behavior for STDs.
Janet Baseman;Michael W Ross;Mark Williams.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases (1999)
The social/sexual environment of gay men residing in a rural frontier state: implications for the development of HIV prevention programs.
Mark L. Williams;Anne M. Bowen;Keith J. Horvath.
Journal of Rural Health (2005)
Healthy lifestyle interventions to combat noncommunicable disease-a novel nonhierarchical connectivity model for key stakeholders: A policy statement from the American Heart Association, European Society of Cardiology, European Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, and American College of Preventive Medicine
Ross Arena;Marco Guazzi;Liana Lianov;Laurie Whitsel.
European Heart Journal (2015)
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