Mark Henrickson
Mark Henrickson
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Perceptions of lesbian, gay and bisexual people of primary healthcare services
S Neville, M Henrickson
Journal of advanced nursing 55 (4), 407-415, 2006
‘Lavender retirement’: A questionnaire survey of lesbian, gay and bisexual people's accommodation plans for old age
S Neville, M Henrickson
International Journal of Nursing Practice 16 (6), 586-594, 2010
Lavender Islands: The New Zealand Study
M Henrickson, S Neville, C Jordan, S Donaghey
Journal of Homosexuality 53 (4), 223-248, 2007
Lavender faith: Religion, spirituality and identity in lesbian, gay and bisexual New Zealanders
M Henrickson
Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought 26 (3), 63-80, 2007
The constitution of ‘lavender families’: a LGB perspective
S Neville, M Henrickson
Journal of Clinical Nursing 18 (6), 849-856, 2009
Kiwis and COVID-19: The Aotearoa New Zealand response to the global pandemic
M Henrickson
The International Journal of Community and Social Development 2 (2), 121-133, 2020
“You have to be strong to be gay”: Bullying and educational attainment in LGB New Zealanders
M Henrickson
Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services 19 (3-4), 67-85, 2007
HIV seroprevalence, risk behaviors, and cognitive factors among Asian and Pacific Islander American men who have sex with men: a summary and critique of empirical studies and …
T Nemoto, FY Wong, A Ching, CL Chng, P Bouey, M Henrickson, ...
AIDS education and prevention: official publication of the International …, 1998
Ethics, intimacy and sexuality in aged care
C Cook, V Schouten, M Henrickson, S McDonald
Journal of advanced nursing 73 (12), 3017-3027, 2017
The (r) evolution and decolonization of social work ethics: The Global Social Work Statement of Ethical Principles
V Sewpaul, M Henrickson
International Social Work 62 (6), 1469-1481, 2019
Lavender parents
M Henrickson
Social Policy Journal of New Zealand 26, 68, 2005
Sexuality, religion, and authority: Toward reframing estrangement
M Henrickson
Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought 28 (1-2 …, 2009
‘Just talking about it opens your heart’: meaning-making among Black African migrants and refugees living with HIV
M Henrickson, DB Brown, C Fouché, CC Poindexter, K Scott
Culture, health & sexuality 15 (8), 910-923, 2013
“They don't even greet you”: HIV Stigma and Diagnosis Disclosure Experienced by HIV-Positive African Immigrants and Refugees in New Zealand
CC Poindexter, M Henrickson, C Fouché, D Brown, K Scott
Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services 12 (1), 99-120, 2013
Reaching out, hooking up: Lavender netlife in a New Zealand study
M Henrickson
Sexuality Research & Social Policy 4 (2), 38-49, 2007
Identity satisfaction over the life course in sexual minorities
M Henrickson, S Neville
Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services 24 (1), 80-95, 2012
Stigma, lack of knowledge and prevalence maintain HIV risk among Black Africans in New Zealand
M Henrickson, N Dickson, F Mhlanga, A Ludlam
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 39 (1), 32-37, 2015
After neo-liberalism, new managerialism and postmodernism, what next for social work?
C Noble, M Henrickson
Journal of Social Work 11 (2), 128-131, 2011
Ko wai ratou?: Managing multiple identities in lesbian, gay and bisexual New Zealand maori
M Henrickson
New Zealand Sociology 21 (2), 247-269, 2006
A queer kind of faith: Religion and spirituality in lesbian, gay and bisexual New Zealanders
M Henrickson
Aotearoa Ethnic Network Journal 2 (2), 57-70, 2007
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