Harkness Project Title: The Development of Models for Evaluating Barriers to Effective HIV/AIDS Prevention in the United States
Mentors: Harvey Makadon, M.D., and Jean Flatley McGuire, Ph.D.
Placement: Harvard Medical School
Biography at time of Harkness Fellowship: Anatole S. Menon–Johansson, a 2006-07 Harkness/Health Foundation Fellow in Health Care Policy, was previously a post-doctoral research fellow at Stanford University investigating synaptic transmission in hippocampal neurones. He currently is a specialist registrar in genitourinary medicine at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and recently completed a Health Protection Agency/British Association of Sexual Health and HIV Fellowship investigating syphilis in South London. His career and research plans are to utilize informatics and public health skills for the effective delivery of sexual and reproductive health services. Menon-Johansson qualified as a physician from the University of Cambridge.
Project: Menon-Johansson investigated the barriers to effective HIV/AIDS prevention across different populations using an ecological analysis within the United States. He particularly focused on variation associated with geography, state, and socioeconomic and legal status. He modeled HIV/AIDS prevention and related factors using data from the CDC, Kaiser Family Foundation, U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Supreme Court, and the Beasley School of Law.
Career Activity Since Fellowship
- Director of Development, National Audit Group, British Association of Sexual Health and HIV
- Consultant Genitourinary Medicine/HIV, Guy's and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, 2009
- Consultant HIV/Genitourinary Medicine, Homerton University Hospital, 2008
- Finalist, NHS Leadership in Health Informatics Accolade Scheme: eTriage, 2007
- Clinical Lead for the Sexual Health service, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospitals
- Clinical Director, Brook
McClean H, Sullivan AK, Carne CA, Warwick Z, Menon-Johansson A, Clutterbuck D;National Audit Group of British Association for Sexual Health and HIV. UK national audit against the key performance indicators in the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV Medical Foundation for AIDS and Sexual Health Sexually Transmitted Infections Management Standards. Int J STD AIDS. 2012 Oct;23(10):742-7.
Menon-Johansson A, McClean H, Carne C, Estreich S, Knapper C, Sethi G, Smith A, Sullivan A. Improved sexual history taking in the 2012 BASHH asymptomatic screening re-audit. Int J STD AIDS. 2013 Sep 18.
Sullivan AK, McClean H, Carne CA, Tayal S, Daniels D; National Audit Group of the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV. UK national re-audit of sexual history-taking. Int J STD AIDS. 2012 Mar;23(3):207-9.
McClean H, Carne CA, Sullivan AK, Menon-Johansson A, Gokhale R, Sethi G, Mammen-Tobin AG, Daniels D; National Audit Group of the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV. National audit of asymptomatic screening in UK genitourinary medicine clinics: case-notes audit. Int J STD AIDS. 2010 Jul;21(7):506-11.
Jones R, Menon-Johansson A, Waters AM, Sullivan AK. eTriage--a novel, web-based triage and booking service: enabling timely access to sexual health clinics. Int J STD AIDS. 2010 Jan;21(1):30-3.
Menon-Johansson AS, Cohen CE, Jones R, Nwokolo N, McOwan A, Barton SE, Mandalia S, Sullivan AK. Interventions to increase access to STI services: a study of England's 'high-impact changes' across three central London clinics. Sex Transm Infect. 2010 Dec;86(7):540-4.
Menon-Johansson AS, Young Y, Maguire H, Trail P, Ward H. Surveillance of an infectious syphilis outbreak in south London, UK: a comparison of reporting systems. Int J STD AIDS. 2009 Mar;20(3):196-9.