Jason D. Bird, Ph.D.

2009 Social Service Administration University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Social Work, GLBT Studies, African American Studies, Black Studies
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Dexter Voisin grad student 2009 Chicago
 (HIV disclosure within casual sexual encounters for HIV -positive, African American men who have sex with men: A grounded theory approach exploring HIV stigma, partner assessment, and disclosure strategies.)
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Bird JD, Eversman M, Voisin DR. (2017) "You just can't trust everybody": the impact of sexual risk, partner type and perceived partner trustworthiness on HIV-status disclosure decisions among HIV-positive black gay and bisexual men. Culture, Health & Sexuality. 1-15
Bird JD, Voisin DR. (2013) "You're an open target to be abused": a qualitative study of stigma and HIV self-disclosure among Black men who have sex with men. American Journal of Public Health. 103: 2193-9
Voisin DR, Bird JD, Shiu CS, et al. (2013) "It's crazy being a Black, gay youth." Getting information about HIV prevention: a pilot study. Journal of Adolescence. 36: 111-9
Bird JD, Fingerhut DD, McKirnan DJ. (2011) Ethnic differences in HIV-disclosure and sexual risk. Aids Care. 23: 444-8
Voisin DR, Bird JD, Hardestry M, et al. (2011) African American adolescents living and coping with community violence on Chicago's southside. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 26: 2483-98
Bird JD, Voisin DR. (2011) A conceptual model of HIV disclosure in casual sexual encounters among men who have sex with men. Journal of Health Psychology. 16: 365-73
Voisin DR, Bird JD. (2009) What African American male adolescents are telling us about HIV infection among their peers: cultural approaches for HIV prevention. Social Work. 54: 201-10
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