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Trevor Hart

Psychology

Experience in LGBT2SQ research

Sexual Health and Attitudes Research Project (SHARP)

A Small-Group Intervention to Reduce HIV Sexual Transmission Risk Behaviour among HIV-Positive Men Who Have Sex With Men

Survey to assess the fertility desires and needs of Ontario HIV-positive women of reproductive age

Interest in LGBT2SQ research

Sexual Health and Attitudes Research Project (SHARP)

A Small-Group Intervention to Reduce HIV Sexual Transmission Risk Behaviour among HIV-Positive Men Who Have Sex With Men

Survey to assess the fertility desires and needs of Ontario HIV-positive women of reproductive age

Published Work

  • Hart, T. A., James, C. A., Purcell, D. W., & Farber, E. (2008). Social anxiety and HIV transmission risk among HIV-seropositive men. AIDS Patient Care & STDs, 22, 979-886.
  • Hart, T. A., & Heimberg, R. G. (2005). Social anxiety as a risk factor for unprotected intercourse among gay and bisexual male youth. AIDS and Behavior, 9, 505-512.
  • Hart, T. A., Wolitski, R. J., Purcell, D. W., Parsons, J. T., Gómez, C. A., & the Seropositive Urban Men's Study Team (2005). Partner awareness of the serostatus of HIV- seropositive men who have sex with men: Impact on unprotected sexual behavior. AIDS and Behavior, 9, 155-166.
  • Crepaz, N., Hart, T. A., & Marks, G. (2004). Is the availability or use of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) associated with increased sexual risk behavior? A meta-analysis. Journal of the American Medical Association, 292, 224-236.
  • Hart, T. A., Peterson, J. L., & the Community Intervention Trial for Youth Study Team (2004). Predictors of high risk sexual behavior among young African American men who have sex with men. American Journal of Public Health, 94, 1122-1123.
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