William Woods, PhD

Professor Emeritus

Publications
  1. Bathhouse distribution of HIV self-testing kits reaches diverse, high-risk population.
  2. The Psychological Context of Sexual Compulsivity Among Men Who Have Sex with Men.
  3. The Broad Approach of a Structural Intervention Study and the Lack of Effect Detection: Target Population and Sampling Issues.
  4. Community-based harm reduction substance abuse treatment with methamphetamine-using men who have sex with men.
  5. Presence of an HIV Testing Program Lowers the Prevalence of Unprotected Insertive Anal Intercourse inside a Gay Bathhouse among HIV-negative and HIV-unknown Patrons.
  6. Substance use and HIV risk behavior among men who have sex with men: the role of sexual compulsivity.
  7. Gay bathhouse HIV prevention: the use of staff monitoring of patron sexual behavior.
  8. Positive affect and processes of recovery among treatment-seeking methamphetamine users.
  9. Implementing bathhouse-based voluntary counselling and testing has no adverse effect on bathhouse patronage among men who have sex with men.
  10. HIV prevention in gay bathhouses and sex clubs across the United States.
  11. HIV transmission risk at a gay bathhouse.
  12. Characteristics of research-related HIV testing programmes contribute to detection of more HIV infections.
  13. Building stakeholder partnerships for an on-site HIV testing programme.
  14. Probability sample estimates of bathhouse sexual risk behavior.
  15. Brief cognitive counseling with HIV testing to reduce sexual risk among men who have sex with men: results from a randomized controlled trial using paraprofessional counselors.
  16. Responsibility for HIV prevention: patterns of attribution among HIV-seropositive gay and bisexual men.
  17. Bathhouse-based voluntary counseling and testing is feasible and shows preliminary evidence of effectiveness.
  18. Bringing HIV/STI testing programmes to high-risk men.
  19. Building an HIV/STI prevention program in a gay bathhouse: a case study.
  20. Perspectives on the drug court model across systems: a process evaluation.
  21. HIV infection and associated risks among young men who have sex with men in a Florida resort community.
  22. Public policy regulating private and public space in gay bathhouses.
  23. Availability of combination therapy for HIV: effects on sexual risk taking in a sample of high-risk gay and bisexual men.
  24. A theoretical approach to bathhouse environments.
  25. Number and distribution of gay bathhouses in the United States and Canada.
  26. Public health policy and gay bathhouses.
  27. Changing sexual behavior among gay male repeat testers for HIV: a randomized, controlled trial of a single-session intervention.
  28. The San Francisco centralized intake unit: a description of participants and service episodes.
  29. Drug court effectiveness: a review of California evaluation reports, 1995-1999.
  30. Differential HIV risk in bathhouses and public cruising areas.
  31. Does centralized intake improve drug abuse treatment outcomes?
  32. Relapse outcomes in a randomized trial of residential and day drug abuse treatment.
  33. Substance use and sexual transmission risk behavior of HIV-positive men who have sex with men.
  34. HIV/sexually transmitted disease education and prevention in US bathhouse and sex club environments.
  35. HIV infection and risk behaviors in two cross-sectional surveys of heterosexuals in alcoholism treatment.
  36. HIV testing in gay sex clubs.
  37. Changes in HIV-related risk behaviors following drug abuse treatment.
  38. A process evaluation of the San Francisco Target Cities Project in the first year.
  39. Name-based reporting of HIV-positive test results as a deterrent to testing.
  40. HIV testing after implementation of name-based reporting.
  41. Are advances in treatment changing views about high-risk sex?
  42. Changes in HIV-related behaviors among heterosexual alcoholics following addiction treatment.
  43. Predictors of HIV-related risk behaviors among heterosexuals in alcoholism treatment.
  44. Alcohol-related risk factors associated with HIV infection among patients entering alcoholism treatment: implications for prevention.
  45. Screening for human immunodeficiency virus antibody in urine.
  46. Levels of HIV testing and low validity of self-reported test results among alcoholics and drug users.
  47. HIV infection and risk behaviors among heterosexuals in alcohol treatment programs.
  48. A novel use of the link-file system for longitudinal studies of HIV infection: a practical solution to an ethical dilemma.
  49. Changes in needle sharing behavior among intravenous drug users: San Francisco, 1986-88.