2019

2019

Patterson, S., L. McDaid, K. Hunt, S. Hilton, P. Flowers, L. McMillan, D. Milne and K. Lorimer (2019). “How men and women learn about sex: multi-generational perspectives on insufficient preparedness and prevailing gender norms in Scotland.” Sex Education: 1-16. (Open accesshttps://doi.org/10.1080/14681811.2019.1683534  

Lorimer, K (2019) Operationalising the Capability Approach for a multidimensional measure of sexual health and wellbeing. Gender Studies Conference, University of Helsinki 24-26 October

Lorimer, K (2019) How do we embrace human flourishing and social justice in the evaluation of sexual health and wellbeing interventions? Insights from qualitative work. Human Development and Capability Association Conference, London 9-11 September

Lorimer, K., L. DeAmicis, J. Dalrymple, J. Frankis, L. Jackson, P. Lorgelly, L. McMillan and J. Ross (2019). “A rapid review of sexual wellbeing definitions and measures: should we now include sexual wellbeing freedom?” Journal of Sex Research.  https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00224499.2019.1635565

Caswell, R., J. Ross and K. Lorimer (2019). “Assessing the measurement of patient experience and outcome in health care settings on receiving care after sexual violence: a systematic review.” Sexually Transmitted Infection. https://sti.bmj.com/content/early/2019/06/19/sextrans-2018-053920

McDaid, L., K. Hunt, L. McMillan, S. Russell, D. Milne, R. Ilett and K. Lorimer (2019). “Absence of holistic sexual health understandings among men and women in deprived areas of Scotland: qualitative study.” BMC Public Health 19(1): 299. https://bmcpublichealth.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12889-019-6558-y (Open access)

Lorimer, K. and L. McMillan (2019). Gender and Class in the Blaming and Shaming of Women in Sexual Violence. BSA Annual Conference. Glasgow Caledonian University.

2018

Lorimer, K., Ross, J., Caswell, R. (2018) Empowerment, power and control of survivors of sexual violence in healthcare settings: evidence from a systematic review. BSA Medical Sociology 50th Anniversary Conference, 12-14 September, Glasgow, UK (Final Conference Programme)

Lorimer, K., L. McMillan, L. McDaid, D. Milne, S. Russell and K. Hunt (2018). “Exploring masculinities, sexual health and wellbeing across areas of high deprivation in Scotland: the depth of the challenge to improve understandings and practices.” Health and Place, Vol50. Open accesshttps://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1353829217300795

McAloney-Kocaman, K., K. Lorimer, P. Flowers, M. Davis, C. Knussen and J. Frankis (2018). Sexual identities and sexual health within the Celtic nations: an exploratory study of men who have sex with men recruited through social media. Rethinking MSM, Trans* and other Categories in HIV Prevention. A. Perez-Brumer, R. Parker and P. Aggleton. Oxford, Routledge.

Caswell, R., K. Lorimer, J. Ross and J. Heskin (2018). Assessing the measurement of patient experiences and outcomes in healthcare settings on receiving care after sexual violence: a systematic review. 4th Joint Conference of the British HIV Association (BHIVA) with the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH), 17–20 April 2018, Edinburgh, UK.

Dalrymple, J., L. DeAmicis and K. Lorimer (2018). How is sexual wellbeing defined and measured? A rapid review with implications for evaluation of complex sexual health interventions. 4th Joint Conference of the British HIV Association (BHIVA) with the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH), 17–20 April 2018, Edinburgh, UK.

Dalrymple, J., J. Frankis, F. Fargie, L. Kelso, S. Panesar and K. Lorimer (2018). Towards an effective method of delivery of clinical supervision for sexual health nurses. 4th Joint Conference of the British HIV Association (BHIVA) with the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH), 17–20 April 2018, Edinburgh, UK.

2017

Dalrymple, J., J. Booth, P. Flowers and K. Lorimer (2017). “Psychosocial factors influencing risk-taking in middle age for STIs.” Sexually Transmitted Infections 93(1): 32-38.

Flowers, P., O. Wu, K. Lorimer, B. Ahmed, H. Hesselgreaves, J. MacDonald, S. Cayless, S. Hutchinson, L. Elliott, A. Sullivan, D. Clutterbuck, M. Rayment and L. McDaid (2017). “The clinical effectiveness of individual behaviour change interventions to reduce risky sexual behaviour after a negative human immunodeficiency virus test in men who have sex with men: systematic and realist reviews and intervention development.” Health Technology Assessment 21(5).

Geffers, J., C. Beaudry, H.-C. Yang, F. Huang, O. Phanraksa, M. Dominik, Y.-C. Lin, M.-C. Huang, S. Komai, K. Lorimer, W. Piyawattanametha, P. Saengchantr, H. Saleh, B. Tagg and A. Veerakumarasivam (2017). Global State of Young Scientists (GloSYS) in ASEAN – Creativity and Innovation of Young Scientists in ASEAN. Halle (Salle), Global Young Academy.

 

2016

MacDonald, J., Lorimer, K., Knussen, C., & Flowers, P. (In Press). Interventions to increase condom use among middle-aged and older adults: A systematic review of theoretical bases, behaviour change techniques, modes of delivery, and treatment fidelity. Journal of Health Psychology.

Davis, M., Flowers, P., Lorimer, K., Oakland, J., & Frankis, J. (In Press). Location, safety and (non) strangers in gay men͛s narratives on hook-up apps. Sexualities.

Lorimer K, Babchishin K. Diverting tampon taxes will not solve the issue of violence against women. BMJ 2016;354

Frankis, J. S., I. Young, K. Lorimer, M. Davis and P. Flowers (2016). “Towards preparedness for PrEP: PrEP awareness and acceptability among MSM at high risk of HIV transmission who use sociosexual media in four Celtic nations: Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and The Republic of Ireland: an online survey.” Sexually Transmitted Infections 92(4): 279-285.

Lorimer K, Flowers P, Davis M, Frankis J. Young men who have sex with men’s use of social and sexual media and sex-risk associations: cross-sectional, online survey across four countries. Sexually Transmitted Infections 2016;92: 371-6

McAloney-Kocaman, K., K. Lorimer, P. Flowers, M. Davis, C. Knussen and J. Frankis (2016). “Sexual identities and sexual health within the Celtic nations: An exploratory study of men who have sex with men recruited through social media.” Global Public Health 11(7-8): 1049-1059.

2015

Pandor, A., E. Kaltenthaler, A. Higgins, K. Lorimer, S. Smith, K. Wylie and R. Wong (2015). “Sexual health risk reduction interventions for people with severe mental illness: a systematic review.” BMC Public Health 15(138).

MacDonald, J., K. Lorimer, C. Knussen and P. Flowers (2015). “Interventions to increase condom use among middle-aged and older adults: A systematic review of theoretical bases, behaviour change techniques, modes of delivery and treatment fidelity.” J Health Psychol.

Lorgelly, P. K., K. Lorimer, E. A. Fenwick, A. H. Briggs and P. Anand (2015). “Operationalising the capability approach as an outcome measure in public health: The development of the OCAP-18.” Soc Sci Med 142: 68-81.

Donald, G., M. Lawrence, K. Lorimer, J. Stringer and P. Flowers (2015). “The meaning and perceived value of mind-body practices for people living with HIV: a qualitative synthesis.” Journal of the Association for Nurses in AIDS Care. 26 660-672.

 

2014 and earlier

Lorimer, K., S. Martin and L. McDaid (2014). “The views of general practitioners and practice nurses towards the barriers and facilitators of proactive, internet-based chlamydia screening for reaching young heterosexual men.” BMC Family Practice 15(1): 127.

McDaid, L. and K. Lorimer (2013). “P5. 044 A Proactive Approach to Online Chlamydia Screening: Qualitative Exploration of Young Men’s Perspectives of the Barriers and Facilitators.” Sexually Transmitted Infections 89(Suppl 1): A348-A348.

Lorimer, K. and L. McDaid (2013). “Young Men’s Views Toward the Barriers and Facilitators of Internet-Based Chlamydia Trachomatis Screening: Qualitative Study.” Journal of Medical Internet Research 15(12).

Lorimer, K., L. Kidd, M. Lawrence, K. McPherson, S. Cayless and F. Cornish (2013). “Systematic review of reviews of behavioural HIV prevention interventions among men who have sex with men.” AIDS Care 25(2): 133-150.

Gray, C., K. Hunt, K. Lorimer, A. Anderson, M. Benzeval and S. Wyke (2012). “(letter) My choice of words:  Words and context matter.” BMJ 344(e1370).

Reid, M., K. Lorimer, J. E. Norman, S. S. Bollapragada and J. Norrie (2011). “The home as an appropriate setting for women undertaking cervical ripening before the induction of labour.” Midwifery 27(1): 30-35.

Lorimer, K., L. Kidd, M. Lawrence, K. McPherson, S. Cayless and F. Cornish (2011). “Evidence of effectiveness of behavioural interventions to reduce transmission among men who have sex with men:  a review of review-level evidence (abstract).” The Journal of Sexual Medicine 8(Suppl 3): 84-299.

Lorimer, K., C. Gray, K. Hunt, S. Wyke, A. Anderson and M. Benzeval (2011). “Response to written feedback of clinical data within a longitudinal study: a qualitative study exploring the ethical implications.” BMC Medical Research Methodology 11(1): 10.

Gray, C., K. Hunt, K. Lorimer, A. Anderson, M. Benzeval and S. Wyke (2011). “Words matter: a qualitative investigation of which weight status terms are acceptable and motivate weight loss when used by health professionals?” BMC Public Health 11(1): 513.

Lorimer, K. and G. Hart (2010). “Knowledge of Chlamydia trachomatis among men and women approached to participate in community-based screening, Scotland, UK.” BMC Public Health 10(1): 794.

Lorimer, K. (2010). “Pilot qualitative analysis of the psychosocial factors which drive young people to decline chlamydia testing in the UK: implications for health promotion and screening (e-letter).” Int J STD AIDS 21(5): 379-a-.

Lorimer, K., M. Reid and G. Hart (2009). “” It has to speak to people’s everyday life…”: qualitative study of men and women’s willingness to participate in a non-medical approach to Chlamydia trachomatis screening.” Sexually Transmitted Infections 85(3): 201.

Lorimer, K., M. Reid and G. Hart (2009). “Willingness of young men and women to be tested for Chlamydia trachomatis in three non-medical settings in Glasgow, UK.” Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care 35(1): 21-26.