Mon, April 10, 2017, noon:
Dyadic care for sero-discordant male couples (Mac Aids Fund)
HIV prevention for male couples in Africa (Mac Aids Fund)
Creating Optimal Linkage to Prevention and Care Services for Young MSM in Southeast Michigan (Herb Ritts Foundation)
Faculty Associate, Population Studies Center.
Professor, Dept of Health Behavior & Biological Sciences, School of Nursing.
Ph.D., University of Southampton, UK
Dr. Stephenson examines sexual and reproductive health, with a focus on the development and testing of HIV prevention interventions for sexuality minority populations, efforts to increase HIV care adherence, and the identification of how gender inequality puts women in poor countries at risk of negative maternal health outcomes.
Mitchell, J., C. Woodyatt, J. Bauermeister, and Rob Stephenson, et al. Forthcoming. "Decisions About Testing for HIV While in a Relationship: Perspectives From an Urban, Convenience Sample of HIV-Negative Male Couples Who Have a Sexual Agreement." Archives of Sexual Behavior. DOI. Abstract.
Winskell, K., G. Sabben, Rob Stephenson, K. Pruitt, and T. Findlay, et al. Forthcoming. "From condemnation to normalisation: Young Africans' narratives about same-sex attraction and implications for communication and advocacy efforts." Global Public Health. DOI. Abstract.
Williams, W., T. Goldenberg, K. Andes, C. Finneran, and Rob Stephenson. Forthcoming. "'He's still with these girls': exploring perceptions of HIV risk among men with behaviourally bisexual male partners." Culture, Health and Sexuality. DOI. Abstract.
Mitchell, J., C. Woodyatt, J. Bauermeister, and Rob Stephenson, et al. Forthcoming. "Illuminating the Context and Circumstances of Male Couples Establishing a Sexual Agreement in Their Relationship." American Journal of Men's Health. DOI. Abstract.
de Vries, B., A. LeBlanc, D. Frost, E. Alston-Stepnitz, Rob Stephenson, and C. Woodyatt. Forthcoming. "The relationship timeline: A method for the study of shared lived experiences in relational contexts." Advances in Life Course Research. DOI. Abstract.
Marsack, J., and Rob Stephenson. Forthcoming. "Sexuality-based stigma and depression among sexual minority individuals in rural United States." Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health. DOI. Abstract.