Increase in high risk sexual behaviour among homosexual men, London 1996-8: cross sectional, questionnaire studyBMJ 2000; 320 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.320.7248.1510 (Published 03 June 2000) Cite this as: BMJ 2000;320:1510
The members of the working group were Dr Fiona Boag (Chelsea and Westminister Hospital ); Dr Gary Brook (Central Middlesex Hospital); Dr David Daniels (West Middlesex Hospital); Dr Martin Hourihan (Royal London Hospital); Dr Adam Lawrence (Victoria Clinic); Dr Ken McLean (Charing Cross Hospital); Dr Paul Simmons (St Bartholomew’s Hospital); Dr Meg Weir (Royal Free Hospital); Dr Melinda Tenant-Flowers (King’s College Hospital); Dr Catherine Rodgers (St Thomas’ Hospital); Dr Tom McManus (Newham General Hospital); Dr James Bingham (Guy’s Hospital); Dr Mayura Nathan and Vincent Lawlor (Homerton Hospital); Dr Fiona Davidson and Wendy Majewska (St George’s Hospital); Dr Moses Kapembwa (Northwick Park Hospital); Paul Sigel (St Helier’s Hospital); Stephen Speight, Dax Ashworth, and Mike Hartley (Metro Thrust); Fraser Serle and Mark Maguire (Camden and Islington Health Promotion Services); Andrew Prentice and Robert Goodwin (LADS Project); Antony Kwok and Paul Vallance (East London and The City Health Authority); James Bensley (Gay Men Fighting AIDS); Chris Markham (Rubberstuffers); Manjit Roopra (NAZ Project); Marc Thompson (Big Up); and Shaun Whelan (Terrence Higgins Trust).
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