Annex: Members of Sexual Health and HIV Strategy
Integrated Steering Group
Professor Michael Adler, Professor of Genito-urinary
Medicine at Royal Free and University College Hospital Medical
Dr Sheila Adam Deputy Chief Medical Officer/Health
Services Director, Chair
Dr George Kinghorn, Clinical Director GUM
Department, Royal Hallamshire Hospital
Dr Connie Smith, Consultant and Clinical Director,
Parkside Services for Women and Head of Clinical Effectiveness
Unit Faculty of Family Planning and Reproductive Healthcare.
Dr Patrick French, Consultant in GU Medicine, Mortimer
Gill Frances, Manager of Children's Personal Development
Unit, National Children's Bureau
Nick Partridge, Chief Executive, Terrence Higgins
Derek Bodell, Chief Executive, National AIDS Trust
Martin Roberts, Chief Executive of Lambeth, Southwark
and Lewisham HA
Joshua Odongo, Chair, HIV Policy Network
Anne Weyman, Chief Executive, fpa
Dr Chris Ford, Royal College of General Practitioners
Steve Jamieson, Royal College of Nursing
Paul McCrory, Chair, Network of Self Help HIV and
Dr Roger Ingham, Centre for Sexual Health Research,
University of Southampton
Baroness Doreen Massey
Jo Adams, Manager, Sheffield Centre for HIV and Sexual
Simon Blake, Director, Sex Education Forum
Dr David Hawkins, John Hunter Clinic
Mark Blake, Director, Blackliners
Dr Sian Griffiths, Director of Public Health, Oxfordshire
i PHLS, DHSS&PS and the Scottish ISD(D)5
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iv Nicoll, A. Hamers, F. Are trends in HIV,
gonorrhoea and syphilis worsening in western Europe ? British
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v Wellings K, Field J, Johnson AM, Wadsworth
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and Lifestyles, Penguin 1994.
vi Dawe F, Meltzer M. Contraception and Sexual
Health 1999: A report on using the ONS Omnibus survey produced
on behalf of the Department of Health. National Statistics ISBN
1 88774 4136.
vii Johnson A, et al, Sexual behaviour
in Britain: partnerships, practices, and HIV risk behaviours,
Lancet 2001: 358: 1835-42.
viii Sigma Research. Vital Statistics Findings
from the National Gay Men's Sex Survey 1999, July 2000 ISBN 0872956521.
ix Imrie J, Davis MD, Black S, Hart GJ, Davidson
OR, Williams IG, Stephenson JM. "Meeting the sexual health
needs of HIV-seropositive gay men in a pre-requisite to developing
the next generation of prevention strategies". (Oral presentation)
14th Meeting of the International Society for Sexually Transmitted
Diseases Research (ISSTDR) and International Congress of Sexually
Transmitted Infections, Berlin Germany. 24-27 June 2001.
x Lacey CJN, Merrick DW, Bersley, et al.
Analysis of the socio-demography of gonorrhoea in Leeds, 1989-93:
BMJ 14 June 1997; 314; 1718-9.
xi Hughes G, Catchpole M, Rogers PA, et al.
Comparison of risk factors for sexually transmitted infections:
results from a study of attenders at three genito-urinary medicine
clinics in England: Sex. Trans. Inf. 2000; 76: 262-267.
xii Low N, Daker-White G, Barlow D, Pozniak
AL. Gonorrhoea in Inner London: results of a cross sectional study:
BMJ 14 June 1997; 314 (7096): 1719-23.
xiii Communicable Disease Report, AIDS &
HIV infection in the UK: monthly report; 26 April 2001: Vol. 11,