Ethics and Communicable Disease Prevention

Publications

Books and Reports


Brown G, Ellard J, Prestage G and Mooney-Somers J. “…Not Some Young Tourist”: The Male Overseas Acquired HIV Social Research Study, Western Australian Centre for Health Promotion Research, Curtin Health Innovation Research Institute, Perth, Western Australia, 2010.

Mooney-Somers J, Erick, W, Brockman, D, Scott, R & Maher, L. Indigenous Resiliency Project Participatory Action Research Component: A Report on the Research Training and Development Workshop, Townsville, February 2008. National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW. ISBN: 978 0 7334 2647 6.

Mooney-Somers J, Olsen A, Erick W, Scott R, Akee A & Maher L. Sexual Health Through the Eyes of Indigenous Youth: Community-Based Participatory Research with Young Indigenous People in Townsville. National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW. 2009, ISBN: 978 0 7334 2834 0.

Journal Articles



2011

Fogarty A, Imison M, Chapman S, Holding S. Communicating uncertainty: how Australian television reported H1N1 risk in 2009. BMC Public Health. 2011 Mar 24;11:181.

Haire B, Kaldor J, Jordens CFC. How good is ‘good enough’? Determining when new HIV prevention technology should become standard of care. American Journal of Bioethics. 2011 (accepted 1.6.2011).

Maher, L, Phlong, P, Mooney-Somers J, Keo S, Stein E, Couture MC, Page K. Amphetamine-type stimulant use and HIV/STI risk behaviour among young female sex workers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. International Journal of Drug Policy. 2011; 22: 203–09.

Mooney-Somers J, Olsen A, Erick W, Scott R, Akee A, Kaldor J & Maher L (on behalf of the Indigenous Resiliency Project). Learning from the past: Indigenous young people’s accounts of BBV/STI infection as resilience narratives. Culture, Health & Sexuality. 2011; 13(2): 173-186.


2009 – 2010

Mooney-Somers J, Erick W, Scott R, Akee A, Kaldor J, & Maher L (on behalf of the Indigenous Resiliency Project). Enhancing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people’s resilience to blood borne and sexually transmitted infections: Findings from a community-based participatory research project. Health Promotion Journal of Australia. 2009; 20(3):195-201.