Sexually Transmitted Infections

Recommended Reading

Albarracin, D., Gillette, J.C., Earl, A.N., Glasman, L.R., Durantini, M.R., & Ho, M. (2005). A test of major assumptions about behaviour change: A comprehensive look at the effects of passive and active HIV-prevention interventions since the beginning of the epidemic.

Psychological Bulletin, 131, 856–97.

Bayer, R., & Oppenheim, G.M. (2000). AIDS doctors: Voices from the epidemic. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Canadian Guidelines on Sexually Transmitted Infections, retrieved from:


Darrow, W.W. (1998). A few minutes with Venus, a lifetime with Mercury. In G.G. Brannigan,

E.R. Allgeier, & A.R. Allgeier (Eds), The sex scientists (pp. 156–70). New York, NY: Addison, Wesley, Longman.

Fisher, W.A., Fisher, J.D., & Shuper, P.A. (2014). Social psychology and the fight against HIV/AIDS: An Information–Motivation–Behavioral Skills model for the prediction and promotion of health behavior change. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 50(3).

Fisher, W.A., Kohut, T., & Fisher, J.D. (2009). AIDS exceptionalism: On the social psychology of HIV prevention research. Social Issues and Policy Review, 3(1), 45–77.

Lippman, A., Melnychuk, R., Shimmin, C., & Boscoe, M. (2007). Human papillomavirus, vaccines and women’s health: Questions and cautions. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 177(5), 484–7.

National Advisory Committee on Immunizations. (2015). Canada communicable disease report. Retrieved from eng.php.

Shilts, R. (1987). And the band played on: People, politics, and the aids epidemic. New York, NY: St Martin’s Press.

Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada. (2007, 14 Aug). SOGC statement on cmaj commentary, “Human papillomavirus, vaccines and women’s health: Questions and cautions.” Retrieved from

Stall, R., & Mills, T.C. (2006). A quarter century of AIDS [Editorial]. American Journal of Public Health, 96, 959–61.

Recommended Viewing

France, D. (Director). (2012). How to survive a plague [Documentary]. United States: Public Square Films.

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