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Our Research, Analysis and Information Unit.

Publications

A list of selected publications featuring authors from the Research Unit is provided below.

Reports

2009

Saxton P, Hughes A. Comparison of HIV diagnoses among MSM in three jurisdictions 1984-2007. Research, Analysis and Information Unit Analysis Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2009.

Saxton P, Hughes A. Comparison of HIV prevalence, undiagnosed HIV infection, and VCT (voluntary counselling and HIV testing) among MSM enrolled in anonymous clinic-based HIV seroprevalence studies in NZ and the U.K. Research, Analysis and Information Unit Analysis Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2009.

Hughes A, Saxton P. HIV diagnoses amongst MSM in New Zealand in 2008: Summary of the most important epidemiological findings. Research, Analysis and Information Unit Analysis Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2009.

2008

Saxton P. HIV epidemiology and behavioural surveillance among men who have sex with men in New Zealand. Unpublished PhD thesis, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, University of Otago, 2008.

Saxton P, Hughes A. New Zealand MSM who use recreational drugs report higher rates of STIs. Research Brief. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2008.

Hughes A, Saxton P. Blood donation by MSM in New Zealand: Understanding the roles of populational HIV prevalence, individual risk behaviours, and risk reduction versus risk elimination. Research, Analysis and Information Unit Analysis Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2008.

Hughes A, Saxton P. HIV diagnoses amongst MSM in New Zealand in 2007: Summary of the most important epidemiological findings. Research, Analysis and Information Unit Analysis Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2008.

Grierson J, Thorpe R, Pitts M, Hughes A, Saxton P, Smith J, Smythe E, Thomas M. HIV Futures New Zealand 2 [Mate āraikore a muri ake nei (Tuarua)]. Monograph Series Number 66. Melbourne: Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, 2008.

Hughes A. High risk MSM who engage in unprotected anal sex: What are their characteristics and where are they most likely to be found in New Zealand in 2008? A discussion framework. Research, Analysis and Information Unit Analysis brief. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2008.

Hughes A, Saxton P. HPV vaccination for gay and bisexual men in New Zealand. Research, Analysis and Information Unit Analysis Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2008.

Hughes A, Saxton P, Paterson A. HPV and anal cancer in gay and bisexual men. Research, Analysis and Information Unit Analysis Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2008.

Saxton P, Hughes A. Need for improved surveillance of the burden of sexually transmitted infections (other than HIV) among men who have sex with men (MSM) in New Zealand. Submission to Ministry of Health. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2008.

2007

Hughes A, Saxton P. HIV diagnoses amongst MSM in New Zealand in 2006: Summary of the most important epidemiological findings. Research, Analysis and Information Unit Analysis Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2007.

2006

Hughes A, Saxton P. Peer, population and prevention: Using different inputs to understand the transmission of HIV. Research, Analysis and Information Unit Discussion Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2006.

Saxton P, Dickson N, Hughes A. GAPSS 2006: Findings from the Gay Auckland Periodic Sex Survey. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2006.

Hughes A, Saxton P. HIV diagnoses amongst MSM in New Zealand in 2005: Summary of the most important epidemiological findings. Research, Analysis and Information Unit Analysis Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2006.

Macaltao C, Hughes A. Parliamentary briefing paper: An overview of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in New Zealand. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2006.

Hughes A. Saxton P. Can molecular epidemiology help us to better understand why the number of new HIV diagnoses has increased among MSM since 2001? Research, Analysis and Information Unit Discussion Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2006.

Hughes A, Saxton P, Attwood S. Rethinking HIV prevention for MSM in 2006: A short summary. Research, Analysis and Information Unit Discussion Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2006.

2005

Saxton P, Hughes A. Rough estimation of the prevalence of condom breakage during sero-discordant regular partner intercourse between men who have sex with men (MSM) in New Zealand per annum. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2005.

Saxton P, Hughes A. Statistics on Pacific People in New Zealand who have been affected by HIV/AIDS. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2005.

Hughes A, Saxton P. Epidemiology of HIV in New Zealand 2004: Main themes. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2005.

Saxton P, Hughes A. Submission to Statistics New Zealand on General Social Survey Content. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2005.

Saxton P, Hughes A. Condom use during casual sex by modality of anal intercourse. Research, Analysis and Information Unit Analysis Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2005.

Hughes A, Saxton P. Some thoughts on the legal requirement for condom use versus disclosure of HIV status in public health context. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2005.

2004

Saxton P, Dickson N, Hughes A. GAPSS 2004: Findings from the Gay Auckland Periodic Sex Survey. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2004.

Hughes A, Saxton P. Comparison of Cumulative HIV Diagnoses among MSM in New Zealand and Australia. Research, Analysis and Information Unit Briefing Paper March 2004 (No.3). Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2004.

Saxton P, Hughes A. New Zealand Epidemiology for 2003: Gay community discussion paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2004.

Hughes A. Condoms as treatment for HIV positive MSM. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2004.

Saxton P, Dickson N, Hughes A, Herewini T. GAPSS 2002: Findings on Maori respondents in the Gay Auckland Periodic Sex Survey. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2004.

Saxton P. Submission to the Government and Administration Select Committee Inquiry into Hate Speech. Oct 2004.

2003

Hughes A. Some important strategic questions on HIV prevention for MSM. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2003.

New Zealand AIDS Foundation. Submission to Statistics New Zealand on 2006 Census of Population and Dwellings: Preliminary views on content. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2003.

Saxton P, Hughes A. Principles and assumptions behind the design of NZAF safe-sex guidelines. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2003.

Hughes A. The HIV/AIDS Epidemic in New Zealand: Environmental Scan 2003. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation Discussion Paper, 2003.

Hughes A. Some thoughts on condom use versus disclosure of HIV status. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation Discussion Paper, 2003.

2002

Hughes A, Saxton P. Preventing the Sexual Transmission of HIV between Men in New Zealand: The Next Two Years. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2002.

Saxton P, Dickson N, Hughes A, Paul C. GAPSS 2002: Findings from the Gay Auckland Periodic Sex Survey. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2002.

Saxton P, Hughes T. Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma: Safe Sex Factsheet No.2. Organisational brief. Located at: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, Auckland, 2002.

Hughes A. New developments in understanding the HIV/AIDS epidemic: Report on the Barcelona International AIDS Conference, July 2002. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation Discussion Paper, 2002.

Grierson J, Pitts M, Whyte M, Misson S, Hughes A, Saxton P, Thomas M. HIV Futures New Zealand (Mate aaraikore a muri ake nei): Monograph Series Number 32. The Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia, 2002.

1997 – 2002 (reports prior to 1997 available from Unit)

Hughes A. Determining legal liability for HIV transmission. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation Discussion Paper, 1999.

Hughes A. Multiple Infection – Beyond any Doubt. Research, Policy and Information Unit Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 1999.

Saxton P. Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma: Fact sheet for unsafe sex findings. Organisational brief. Located at: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, Auckland, 1999.

Saxton P, Hughes A, Robinson E, Segedin R. Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Report No.10: Sexually transmitted diseases and hepatitis. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 1999.

Worth H, Reid A, Robinson E, Hughes A, Aspin C, Saxton P. Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Report No.9: HIV testing and sero-status. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 1999.

Reid A, Worth H, Hughes A, Saxton P, Robinson E, Aspin C. Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Report No.8: Men who have sex with men and women. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 1998.

Saxton P, Worth H, Hughes A, Reid A, Robinson E, Segedin R, Aspin C. Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Report No.7: Gay community involvement. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 1998.

Saxton P, Hughes A, Segedin R, Robinson E, Aspin C. Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Report No.6: Regions. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 1998.

Aspin C, Reid A, Worth H, Saxton P, Hughes A, Robinson E, Segedin R. Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Report No.3: Maori men who have sex with men. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 1998.

Hughes A. So-called “negotiated safety”: Why NZAF is not buying it. Research, Policy and Information Unit Discussion Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 1997.

Hughes A. The HIV/AIDS epidemic: Are we losing ground? Research, Policy and Information Unit Discussion Paper. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 1997.

Saxton P, Hughes A, Worth H, Reid A, Robinson E, Aspin C. Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Report No.5: Sexual identity. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 1997.

Reid A, Hughes A, Worth H, Saxton P, Robinson E, Segedin R, Aspin C. Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Report No.4: Casual sex. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 1997.

Worth H, Reid A, Saxton P, Hughes A, Segedin R. Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Report No.2: Men in relationships with men. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 1997.

Worth H, Saxton P, Hughes A, Reid A, Segedin R. Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Report No.1: Methodology and demographic characteristics. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 1997.


Peer-reviewed journal articles

Hughes A, Saxton P. Geographic micro-clustering of homosexual men: Implications for research and social policy. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand 2006; 28: 158-178.

Grierson J, Pitts M, Herewini T, Rua’ine G, Hughes A, Saxton P, Whyte M, Thomas M. Mate Aaraikore A Muri Ake Nei: Experiences of Maori New Zealanders Living with HIV. Sexual Health 2004; 1:175-180.

Grierson J, Pitts M, Whyte M, Misson S, Hughes A, Saxton P, Thomas M. Living with HIV in New Zealand: Balancing health and quality of life”. New Zealand Medical Journal 2004; 117, No.1200.

Saxton PJ, Hughes AJ, Robinson EM. Sexually transmitted diseases and hepatitis in a national sample of men who have sex with men in New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal 2002 115:U106.

Chetwynd J, Chambers A, Hughes A. Sexual practices, sexually transmitted diseases and other risk factors for HIV amongst intravenous drug users. Australian Journal of Public Health 1993; 17:32-35.

Chetwynd J, Chambers A, Hughes A. Sexually transmitted diseases amongst a sample of people seeking HIV testing. New Zealand Medical Journal 1992; 105: 444-446.

Chetwynd J, Chambers A, Hughes A. Sexual orientation versus sexual behaviour. New Zealand Medical Journal 1992; 105:388.

Chetwynd J, Chambers A, Hughes AJ. Condom use in anal intercourse amongst people who identify as homosexual, heterosexual or bisexual. New Zealand Medical Journal 1992; 105:262-264.

Wills PR, Hughes AJ. Stem loops in HIV and prion protein mRNAs. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 1990; 3:95-97.

Hughes A, Lambert D. Sexual differentiation and mate recognition. Biology Forum 1987; 80:248-251.

Parkinson P, Hughes A. The gay community and the response to AIDS in New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal 1987; 100:77-79.

Wills PR, Hughes AJ. AIDS-associated prions: a hypothesis. New Zealand Medical Journal 1985; 98:707.

Hughes AJ, Lambert DM. Functionalism and structuralism: Alternative “ways of seeing”. Journal of Theoretical Biology 1984; 111:787-800.

Lambert DM, Hughes AJ. Misery of functionalism: Biological function, a misleading concept. Biology Forum 1984; 77:477-501.


Book chapters

Hughes A, Lambert D. Sexual differentiation and mate recognition: The dynamics of structure. In Goodman B, Sibatani A, Webster G, editors. Dynamic Structures in Biology. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1989.

Lambert D, Hughes A. Keywords and concepts in structuralist and functionalist biology. In Goodman B, Sibatani A, Webster G, editors. Dynamic Structures in Biology. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1989.


Pamphlets, fact sheets and other publications

HIV Futures NZ 2 Fact sheet: Executive summary

HIV Futures NZ 2 Fact sheet: A guide to the report for people living with HIV and AIDS

HIV Futures NZ 2 Fact sheet: Key comparisons between HIV Futures NZ 1 and HIV Futures NZ 2

Saxton P, Hughes A, Dickson N. 2006 Offline and Online Sex Surveys. Auckland: New Zealand AIDS Foundation, 2006.

Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Fact sheet: Sexually transmitted diseases and hepatitis

Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Fact sheet: HIV testing and sero-status

Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Fact sheet: Men who have sex with men and women

Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Fact sheet: Gay community involvement

Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Fact sheet: Regions

Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Fact sheet: Sexual identity

Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Fact sheet: Casual sex between men

Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Fact sheet: Maori men who have sex with men

Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Fact sheet: Men in relationships with men

Male Call/Waea Mai, Tane Ma Fact sheet: Men who have sex with men in New Zealand