|An intersectionality-based policy analysis framework: critical reflections on a methodology for advancing equity|
O Hankivsky, D Grace, G Hunting, M Giesbrecht, A Fridkin, S Rudrum, ...
International journal for equity in health 13 (1), 1-16, 2014
|An intersectionality-based policy analysis framework|
O Hankivsky, D Grace, G Hunting
Vancouver, BC: Institute for Intersectionality Research and Policy, Simon …, 2012
|The pre-exposure prophylaxis-stigma paradox: learning from Canada's first wave of PrEP users|
D Grace, J Jollimore, P MacPherson, MJP Strang, DHS Tan
AIDS patient care and STDs 32 (1), 24-30, 2018
|Intersectionality-based policy analysis|
O Hankivsky, D Grace, G Hunting, O Ferlatte, N Clark, A Fridkin, ...
An intersectionality-based policy analysis framework, 33-45, 2012
|HIV-negative gay men's accounts of using context-dependent sero-adaptive strategies|
D Grace, SA Chown, J Jollimore, R Parry, M Kwag, M Steinberg, ...
Culture, health & sexuality 16 (3), 316-330, 2014
|Becoming “undetectable”: Longitudinal narratives of gay men's sex lives after a recent HIV diagnosis|
D Grace, SA Chown, M Kwag, M Steinberg, E Lim, M Gilbert
AIDS Education and Prevention 27 (4), 333-349, 2015
|Understanding and emphasizing difference and intersectionality in multimethod and mixed methods research|
O Hankivsky, D Grace
|“I don’t think they thought I was ready”: How pre-transition assessments create care inequities for trans people with complex mental health in Canada|
KR MacKinnon, D Grace, SL Ng, SR Sicchia, LE Ross
International Journal of Mental Health 49 (1), 56-80, 2020
|Taking action on stigma and discrimination: An intersectionality-informed model of social inclusion and exclusion|
G Hunting, D Grace, O Hankivsky
Intersectionalities: A Global Journal of Social Work Analysis, Research …, 2015
|Intersectionality-informed mixed methods research: A primer|
Health Sociology Review 19 (4), 478-490, 2014
|Introduction: why intersectionality matters for health equity and policy analysis|
O Hankivsky, D Grace, G Hunting, O Ferlatte
An intersectionality-based policy analysis framework 7, 30, 2012
|Gay and bisexual men’s views on reforming blood donation policy in Canada: a qualitative study|
D Grace, M Gaspar, D Lessard, B Klassen, DJ Brennan, BD Adam, ...
BMC Public Health 19, 1-14, 2019
|Decentralizing the delivery of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) through family physicians and sexual health clinic nurses: a dissemination and implementation study protocol|
M Sharma, A Chris, A Chan, DC Knox, J Wilton, O McEwen, S Mishra, ...
BMC Health Services Research 18, 1-10, 2018
|‘… if U equals U what does the second U mean?’: sexual minority men’s accounts of HIV undetectability and untransmittable scepticism|
D Grace, R Nath, R Parry, J Connell, J Wong, T Grennan
Culture, Health & Sexuality 23 (9), 1270-1286, 2021
|HIV-positive gay men’s knowledge and perceptions of human papillomavirus (HPV) and HPV vaccination: a qualitative study|
D Grace, M Gaspar, R Paquette, R Rosenes, AN Burchell, T Grennan, ...
PLoS One 13 (11), e0207953, 2018
|Transnational institutional ethnography: Tracing text and talk beyond state boundaries|
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 12 (1), 587-605, 2013
|Protocols as curriculum? Learning health advocacy skills by working with transgender patients in the context of gender-affirming medicine|
KR MacKinnon, SL Ng, D Grace, SR Sicchia, LE Ross
Advances in Health Sciences Education 25, 7-18, 2020
|Local policies to tackle a national problem: comparative qualitative case studies of an English local authority alcohol availability intervention|
M Egan, A Brennan, P Buykx, F De Vocht, L Gavens, D Grace, E Halliday, ...
Health & Place 41, 11-18, 2016
|Economic barriers, evidentiary gaps, and ethical conundrums: a qualitative study of physicians’ challenges recommending HPV vaccination to older gay, bisexual, and other men …|
D Grace, M Gaspar, R Rosenes, R Grewal, AN Burchell, T Grennan, ...
International Journal for Equity in Health 18 (1), 1-9, 2019
|Criminalizing HIV transmission using model law: troubling best practice standardizations in the global HIV/AIDS response|
Critical Public Health 25 (4), 441-454, 2015