Professor, PhD
Director, Epidemiology and Population Health and the Drug Treatment Program at the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS
Rm 414, 2206 East Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3
phone: 6048223724
fax: 6048224994

Jeannie Shoveller, PhD, is a Professor at the UBC School of Population & Public Health and the Director of Epidemiology & Population Health and the Drug Treatment Program at the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS.

 Scholarship & Training. Professor Shoveller’s research focuses on social health inequities, with an emphasis on the sexual and reproductive health of young people. Since her initial appointment at UBC in 1999, she has served as Principal Investigator on more than 30 studies and published over 130 peer-reviewed manuscripts. Prof. Shoveller has supervised more than 60 Doctoral and Master’s students as well as Post-Doctoral Fellows from Canada, Haiti, Rwanda, Brazil, France, UK, India, Iran, USA, Nigeria and The Netherlands. These trainees have been awarded prestigious fellowships (e.g., CIHR; Fulbright; Vanier; Banting; Killam; Trudeau; MSFHR; UK’s ESRC). She was a founding member of UBC’s School of Population & Public Health’s Senior Executive Committee and led the Social and Life Course Theme (2008-2014). She was Co-PI on a $1.8M CIHR Strategic Training Initiative for Health Research – Population Health Intervention Research Network for Canada.

 Leadership. In 2016, Professor Shoveller was appointed as the Program Director, Epidemiology and Population Health and the Drug Treatment Program at the British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS. In 2013-2014, she served the Interim Director of UBC’s Human Early Learning Partnership. Professor Shoveller continues to lead UBC’s Youth Sexual Health Team, which she founded in 2005. The Youth Sexual Health Team is based at the School of Population & Public Health at the University of British Columbia and includes faculty, staff, and students from universities across North America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and South America. She also is the former Co-Chair of the Population Health Intervention Research Initiative for Canada, a Pan-Canadian network of 15 government agencies, researchers, research funding organizations, non-government agencies, and health charities (e.g., Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada) dedicated to advancing the science and practice of population health intervention research.

 Review Panels & Boards. Professor Shoveller is the Chairperson of the Population Health Intervention Research Adjudication Committee at the Institut National du Cancer (INCa), Paris, France (since 2015). She is a member of the UBC Vanier Scholarship Adjudication Committee (2016-2019). Prof. Shoveller served on the UBC Faculty of Medicine’s Appointments, Re-appointments, Promotion & Tenure Committee (2013-2016). From 2012-2016, she was a member of the Banting Post-Doctoral Fellowship (CIHR) review committee. Prof. Shoveller has served on many other peer-review panels, including the US NIH’s Avant-Garde Award in HIV (2012), NIH Award for Advancing Exceptional Research in HIV/AIDS and Substance Abuse (2014), CIHR Gender, Sex & Health Review Panel (2009; 2010) and CIHR PSD/PSB Grant Review Panels (Psychosocial, Behavioral, and Sociocultural Determinants of Health, 2005-2007). From 2005-2013, she was an active member of the Institute Advisory Board for CIHR’s Institute of Population and Public Health. Prof. Shoveller served on the Editorial Board for UBC Press (2012-2015).

 Awards & Prizes. In 2015, Professor Shoveller was inducted into the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences as an “outstanding public health scholar whose leadership and vision has contributed to system change nationally and internationally”. From 2008-13, Prof. Shoveller held an Applied Public Health Chair in Improving Youth Sexual Health, funded by Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Public Health Agency of Canada. Prof. Shoveller also held a Senior Scholar career award from the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (2007-2012). Between 2000-2007, she held two career awards simultaneously: Scholar Award from the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research and Scientist Award from the National Cancer Institute of Canada. In 2007, BC’s McCreary Foundation recognized her sustained research efforts and significant body of work on youth sexual health by awarding her a MYF Research Award.

  International Appointments: Professor Shoveller serves the European Commission as a Research & Innovation Expert. In 2013-14, she was selected as a EUROPUBHEALTH Scholar, funded by the European Commission and administered via the ERASMUS MUNDUS program. She has been a Visiting Scholar at l’Université de la Méditerranée & Aix Marseille Université, France; Département des sciences humaines, sociales et des comportements de santé, l’Ecole des hautes études en santé publique (EHESP) in Rennes France; Institudo de Estudos em Saúde Colectiva, Universidade do Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Institudo de Medicina Social, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro; Institute for Social and Preventative Medicine, University of Bern, Switzerland; and, Department of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, University of Melbourne, Australia. 

SPPH 527 Introduction to the Determinants of Health
SPPH 544 Social Determinants of Population Health Over the Life Course

Current Graduate Students:


PhD Students / Post-Doctoral Fellows

Basia Pakula

Robin Repta

Nazrul Islam

Kim Thomson

Brittany Barker

Ashleigh Rich

Andrea Krüsi


MSc Students

Daniella Barreto

Amy Pragnell

Tamara Dudley


MPH Students


Jillian Burk

Selected Recent Publications

Legend for publication list:

[PA] = Principal author of manuscript

[CA] = Contributing author to analysis and/or writing of manuscript

[SA] = Senior author and principal investigator of operating grant upon which the manuscript was based

Underlined = Students and Post-docs under the supervision of Professor Shoveller


1.      Islam N, Krajden M, Shoveller JA, Gustafson P, Gilbert M, Wong J, Buxton JA, Tyndall MW, Janjua NZ. Incidence, risk factors, and prevention of hepatitis C reinfection: a population-based cohort study. Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology. Epub ahead of print. November 2016. Doi: 10.106/S2468-1253(16)30182-0. [CA]

2.      Socias ME, Wood E, Small W, Dong H, Shoveller JA,  Kerr T, Montaner J, Milloy MJ. Methadone maintenance therapy and viral suppression among HIV-infected opioid users: the impacts of crack and injection cocaine use. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. November 1, 2016; 168:211-218. Doi: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2016.09.013 [CA]

3.      Gilbert M, Haag D, Hottes TS, Bondyra M, Elliot E, Chabot C, Farrell J, Bonnell A, Kopp S, Andruschak J, Shoveller JA, Ogilvie G. Get Checked… Where? The Development of a Comprehensive, Integrated Internet-Based Testing Program for Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections in British Columbia, Canada. JMIR Research Protocols. 26 August 2016. 2016;5(3):e186 doi: 10.2196/resprot.6293. [CA]

4.      Pakula B, Carpiano RM, Ratner PA, Shoveller JA. Life stress as a mediator and community belonging as a moderator of mood and anxiety disorders and co-occurring disorders with heavy drinking of gay, lesbian, bisexual and heterosexual Canadians.Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 2016. 51(8), 1181-1192. doi: 10.1007/s00127-016-1236-1. [SA]

5.      Carson A, Chabot C, Greyson D, Shannon K, Duff P, Shoveller JA.  A narrative analysis of the birth stories of early-age mothers. Sociology of Health and Illness. October 28, 2016. Epub ahead of print. Doi: 10.1111/1467-9566.12518. [SA]

6.      Knight R, Falasinnu L, Oliffe JL, Gilbert M, Small W, Goldenberg S, Shoveller JA. Integrating gender and sex to unpack trends in sexually transmitted infection surveillance data in British Columbia, Canada: An ethno-epidemiological study.  BMJ Open 2016;6:e011209. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-011209. [SA]

7.      Falasinnu T, Gilbert M, Gustafson P, Shoveller JA. An assessment of population-based screening guidelines versus clinical prediction rules for chlamydia and gonorrhea case finding. Preventive Medicine, 2016; 89: 51-6. doi: 10.1016/j.ypmed.2016.04.001. [SA]

8.      Socias ME, Shoveller JA, Bean C, Nguyen P, Montaner JS, Shannon K. Universal Coverage without Universal Access:  Institutional barriers to health care among Women Sex Workers in Vancouver, Canada.  PLOS ONE, 2016; 11(5): e0155828. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0155828. [CA]   

9.      Hategekimana C, Shoveller JA, Tuyisenge L, Kenyon C, Cechetto DF, Lynd LD. Correlates of performance of healthcare workers in Emergency, Triage, Assessment and Treatment plus Admission care (ETAT+) course in Rwanda: Context matters. PLOS ONE, 2016; 11(3): e0152882. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0152882. [CA]

10.  Pakula B, Shoveller JA, Ratner PA, Carpiano R. Prevalence and Co-occurrence of Heavy Drinking and Anxiety and Mood Disorders Among Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Heterosexual Canadians. Am J Public Health. 2016 Jun; 106(6):1042-8. doi 10.2105/AJPH.2016.303083. PMID 26985615. Epub 2016 Mar 17. [SA]

11.  Villeval M, Bidault E, Shoveller JA, Alias F, Basson JC, Frasse C, Génolini JP, Pons E, Verbiguié D, Grosclaude P, Lang T. Enabling the transferability of complex interventions: exploring the combination of an intervention’s key functions and implementation. Int J Public Health. 2016 Dec; 61(9): 1031-1038. PubMed PMID: 27063950. Epub 2016 April 11. [CA]

12.  Pakula B, Marshall B, Shoveller JA, Chesney M, Coates T, Koblin B, Mayer K, Mimiaga M, Operario D.  Gradients in depressive symptoms by socioeconomic position among men who have sex with men in the EXPLORE Study. Journal of Homosexuality 2016 Aug; 63(8): 1146-60. doi: 1080/00918369.2016.1150056. [CA]

13.  Knight R; Small W, Thomson K, Gilbert M, Shoveller JA. Implementation challenges and opportunities for HIV Treatment as Prevention (TasP) among young men in Vancouver, Canada: A qualitative study. BMC Public Health, 2016; 16(1): 262. doi: 10.1186/s12889-016-2943-y. [SA]

14.  Knight R, Small W, Carson A, Shoveller JA.  Complex and conflicting social norms: Implications for implementation of future HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) interventions in Vancouver, Canada. PLOS ONE, 2016; 11(1): e0146513. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0146513. [SA]

15.  Shoveller JA, Viehbeck S, Di Ruggiero E, Greyson D, Thomson K, Knight R. A critical examination of representations of context within research on population health interventions. Critical Public Health, 2015; 1-14. doi: 10.1080/09581596.2015.1117577. [PA]

16.  Socias ME, Koehoorn M. Shoveller JA.  Gender inequalities in access to health care among adults living in British Columbia, Canada. Women’s Health Issues, 2016; 26(1): 74-9. doi: 10.1016/j.whi2015.08.001. [SA]

17.  Knight R, Small W, Shoveller JA. HIV stigma and the experiences of young men with voluntary and routine HIV testing.Sociology of Health and Illness, 2016; 38(1): 153-67. doi: 10.1111/1467-9566.12345. [SA]

18.  Falasinnu T, Gilbert M, Gustafson P, Shoveller JA.  A validation study of a clinical prediction rule for screening asymptomatic chlamydia and gonorrhea infections among heterosexuals in British Columbia. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 2016; 92(1): 12-8. doi: 10.1136/sextrans-2014-051992. [SA]

19.  Duff P, Ogilvie G, Shoveller J, Amram O, Chettiar J, Nguyen P, Dobrer S, Montaner J, Shannon K. Barriers to Cervical Screening Among Sex Workers in Vancouver. American Journal of Public Health. 2016 Feb; 106(2):366-73. Doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2015.302863. Epub 2015 Nov 12. [SA]

20.  Knight R, Small W, Shoveller JA. How do ‘Public’ Values Influence Individual Health Behaviour? An Empirical-Normative Analysis of Young Men’s Discourse Regarding HIV Testing Practices. Public Health Ethics, 2015; 1-12. doi: 10.1093/phe/phv031. [SA]

21.  Muldoon KA, Akello M, Muzaaya G, Simo A, Shoveller J, Shannon K. Policing the epidemic: High burden of workplace violence among female sex workers in conflict-affected northern Uganda. Glob Public Health, 2015 Oct 27:1-14. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 26508315. [SA]

22.  Duff P, Shoveller JA, Ogilvie G, Montaner JS, Chettiar J, Dobrer S, Shannon K. The relationship between social, policy and physical venue features and social cohesion on condom use among sex workers: A safer indoor work environment scale. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 2015; 69(7): 666-72. doi: 10.1136/jech-2014-204427. [CA]

23.  Sou J, Shannon K, Li J, Nguyen P, Strathdee SA, Shoveller J, Goldenberg SM. Structural determinants of inconsistent condom use with clients among migrant sex workers: Findings of longitudinal research in an urban Canadian setting. Sexually Transmitted Disease, 2015; 42(6):312-6. Doi:10.1097/OLQ.0000000000000276. [CA]

24.  Duff P, Shoveller JA, Chettiar J, Feng C, Nicoletti R, Shannon K. Sex work and motherhood: Social and structural barriers to health/social services and support for pregnant and parenting street and off-street sex workers in Canada. Health Care for Women International, 2015; 36(9): 1039-55. doi: 10.1080/07399332.2014.989437. [CA]

25.  Muldoon KA, Deering KN, Feng CX, Shoveller JA, Shannon K.  Sexual relationship power and intimate partner violence among sex workers with non-commercial intimate partners in a Canadian setting. AIDS Care, 2015; 27(4): 512-519. doi: 10.1080/09540121.2014.978732. [CA]

26.  Marshall BD, Shoveller JA, Kahler CW, Koblin BA, Mayer KH, Mimiaga MJ, van den Berg JJ, Zaller ND, Operario D. Heavy drinking trajectories among men who have sex with men: A longitudinal, group-based analysis. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 2015; 39(2): 380-389. doi: 10.1111/acer.12631. [CA]

27.  Werb D, Richardson C, Buxton J, Shoveller JA, Wood E, Kerr T.  Development of a brief substance use sensation seeking scale: Validation and prediction of injection-related behaviors. AIDS and Behavior, 2015; 19(2): 352-61. doi: 10.1007/s10461-014-0875-z. [CA]

28.  Falasinnu T, Gustafson P, Hottes TS, Gilbert M, Ogilvie G, Shoveller JA. A critical appraisal of risk models for predicting sexually transmitted diseases. Sexually Transmitted Diseases; 2014; 41(5): 321-30. doi: http://10.1097/OLQ.0000000000000120.[SA]

29.  Falasinnu T, Gilbert M, Gustafson P, Shoveller JA. Deriving and validating a risk estimation tool for screening asymptomatic chlamydia and gonorrhea. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2014; 41(12): 706-712. doi: 10.1097/OLQ.0000000000000205. [SA]

30.  Falasinnu T, Gilbert M, Hottes TS, Gustafson P, Ogilvie G, Shoveller JA. Predictors identifying those at increased risk for STDs: A theory-guided review of empirical literature and clinical guidelines. International Journal of STD, 2015; 26(12): 839-51. doi: 10.1177/0956462414555930. [SA]

31.  Duff P, Shoveller JA, Feng C, Ogilvie G, Montaner J, Shannon K. Pregnancy intentions among female sex workers: recognising their rights and wants as mothers. Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care, 2015; 41(2): 102-8. doi: 10.1136/jfprhc-2012-100532. [CA]

32.  Knight RE, Small W, Pakula B, Thomson K, Shoveller JA. A scoping study to identify opportunities to advance the ethical implementation and scale-up of HIV treatment as prevention: priorities for empirical research. BMC Medical Ethics, 2014; 15: 54. doi: 10.1186/1472-6939-15-54. [SA]

33.  Deering KN, Amin A, Shoveller JA, Nesbitt A, Garcia-Moreno C, Duff P, Argento E, Shannon K.  A systematic review of the correlates of violence against sex workers.  American Journal of Public Health, 2014; 104(5): e42-54. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2014.301909. [CA]

34.  Maggi S, Lovato CY, Hill EM, Johnson JL, Ratner PA, Shoveller JA. Adolescents’ perceptions of parental influences on smoking behaviours: A content analysis. Youth & Society, 2014; 46(1): 132-49. doi: 10.1177/0044118X11434414. [SA]

35.  Falasinnu T, Gustafson P, Gilbert M, Shoveller JA.  Risk prediction in sexual health contexts: a study protocol. JMIR Research Protocols, 2013; 2(2): e57. doi: 10.2196/resprot.2971. [SA]

36.  Knight R, Shoveller JA, Carson AM, Contreras-Whitney J.  Examining clinicians’ experiences providing sexual health services for LGBTQ youth: Considering social and structural determinants of health in clinical practice. Health Education Research, 2013; 29(4): 662-70. doi: 10.1093/her/cyt116. [CA]

37.  Gilbert M, Hottes TS, Kerr T, Taylor D, Fairley C, Lester R, Wong T, Trussler T, Marchand R, Shoveller JA, Ogilvie G.  Factors associated with intention to use internet-based testing for sexually transmitted infections among men who have sex with men.Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2013; 15(11): e254. doi: http://10.2196/jmir.2888. [CA]

38.  Page KM, LA Montagne AD, Louie AM, Ostry AS, Shaw A, Shoveller JA. Stakeholder perceptions of job stress in an industrialized country: Implications for policy and practice. Journal of Public Health Policy, 2013; 34(3): 447-61. doi: 10.1057/jphp.2013.24. [SA]

39.  Werb D, Kerr T, Buxton J, Shoveller JA, Richardson C, Montaner J, Wood E.  Crystal methamphetamine and initiation of injection drug use among street-involved youth in a Canadian setting. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 2013; 185(18): 1569-75. doi: 10.1503/cmaj.130295. [CA]

40.  Pakula B, Shoveller JA. Sexual orientation and self-reported mood disorder diagnosis among Canadian adults. BMC Public Health, 2013; 13: 209. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-13-209. [SA]

41.  Knight R, Shoveller JA, Greyson D, Kerr T, Gilbert M, Shannon K.  Advancing population and public health ethics regarding HIV testing: A scoping review. Critical Public Health, 2014; 24(3): 283-295. doi: 10.1080/09581596.2013.800188. [CA]

42.  Doull M, Knight RE, Oliffe J, Shoveller JA. Sex and straight young men: Challenging and endorsing hegemonic masculinities and gender regimes. Men & Masculinities, 2013; 16(3): 329-346. doi: 10.1177/1097184X13494837. [SA]

43.  Brown S, Shoveller JA, Chabot C, LA Montagne A.  Risk, resistance and the neo-liberal agenda: Young people, health and wellbeing in the UK, Canada and Australia. Health, Risk & Society, 2013; 15(4): 333-346. doi: 10.1080/13698575.2013.796346[CA]

44.  Haines-Saah R, Johnson JL, Repta R, Ostry A, Young ML, Sawatzky R, Shoveller JA, Greaves L, Ratner PA. The privileged normalization of marijuana use: An analysis of Canadian newspaper reporting. Critical Public Health, 2013; 14(1): 47-61. doi: 10.1080/09581596.2013.771812. [CA]

45.  Fast D, Shoveller JA, Small W, Kerr T. Did somebody say community? Young people’s critiques of conventional community narratives in the context of a local drug scene. Human Organization, 2013; 72(2): 98-110. [CA]

46.  Knight RE, Shoveller JA, Oliffe JL, Gilbert M, Goldenberg S. Heteronormativity hurts everyone: Young men’s and clinician’s experiences with STI testing. Health, 2013; 17(5): 441-459. doi: 10.1177/1363459312464071. [CA]

47.  Masaro CL, Johnson J, Chabot C, Shoveller JA.  STI service delivery in British Columbia, Canada: Providers’ views of their services to youth. Health Services Research, 2012; 12(1): 240. doi: 10.1186/1472-6963-12-240. [SA]

48.  Davis WM, Shoveller JA, Oliffe JL, Gilbert M. ‘It’s not a good message to send’: Examining young people’s perspectives on the use of reverse discourse in web-based sexual health interventions. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 2012; 14(9): 1065-1079. doi: 10.1080/13691058.2012.714800. [CA]

49.  Spencer G, Doull M, Shoveller JA. Examining the concept of choice in sexual health interventions for young people. Youth & Society, 2014; 46(6): 756-778. doi: 10.1177/0044118X12451277. [SA]

50.  Chabot C, Shoveller JA, Spencer G, Johnson JL. Ethical and epistemological insights: A case study of participatory action research with young people. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 2012; 7(2): 20-33. doi: 10.1525/jer.2012.7.2.20. [CA]

51.  Oliffe J, Chabot C, Knight RE, Davis W, Bungay V, Shoveller JA. Women on men’s sexual health and sexually transmitted infection testing: A gender relation’s analysis. Sociology of Health & Illness, 2012; 35(1): 1-16. 10.1111/j.1467-9566.2012.01470.x. [SA]


Selected Research (Current):

1.      Socio-cultural Contexts and Young Men’s Sexual Lives; CIHR; 2016-2021 (Shoveller & Knight et al.)

2.      Investigating the influences of social context and structure on a cohort of young people and their parenting experiences; CIHR; 2013-2018 (Shoveller et al.)

3.      Optimizing the impact of internet-based testing for the control of HIV and sexually transmitted infections among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men; CIHR; 2014-2017 (Gilbert et al.)

4.      The Health and Economic Forecasting Micro-Simulation Model: A tool to evaluate future health policies and programmatic interventions targeting the ageing population living with HIV in British Columbia; CIHR; 2016-2021 (Lima et al.)

5.      Identifying the experiences of people who inject drugs (PWID) with Direct-Acting Antiviral (DAA) HCV treatment to inform policies and programs; CIHR; 2016-2016 (Small et al.)

6.      Examining the experiences of HIV-positive People Who Inject Drugs and Men Who have Sex with Men with Direct-Acting Antiviral HCV treatment in France; ANRS-France; 2016-2018 (Carrieri & Knight et al.)

7.      Interventions to Address HIV and other STBBI Among Young MSM; CIHR; 2016-2017 (Shoveller & Knight et al.)

8.      Treating and preventing viral Hepatitis C in HIV-positive men who have sex with men and people who inject drugs; CIHR; 2016-2017 (Knight et al.)

9.      Implementation and ethical dimensions of scaling up HIV treatment as prevention (TasP); CIHR; 2015-2018 (Small et al.)

10.  Applying syndemic/core group theory to improve integrated prevention and service delivery for HIV and related epidemics; CIHR; 2015-2018 (Janjua et al.)

11.  Impact of structural policy reform on HIV/STI risk and access to care among SWs; US NIH; 2015-2020 (Shannon et al.)

12.  Sexual health, HAART and HIV care amongst women living with HIV: A longitudinal investigation of the impacts of structural, social and policy environments; CIHR; 2014-2019 (Shannon & Deering et al.)

13.  Team grant on social and structural violence and HIV among vulnerable populations; CIHR; 2011-2016 (Shannon & Kerr et al.)


Selected Research (Past 5 years):

1.      Population health information interventions: Examining the perspectives of young parents; CIHR; 2013-2016 (Shoveller et al.)

2.      Towards the Ethical implementation of testing, treatment and HIV care in key populations: Investigating Community-based priorities in the Scale-up of TasP (ETHICS); CIHR; 2015-2016 (Shannon et al.)

3.      Community, research and public partnerships: A multimedia photo essay exhibit exploring the role of place in shaping the life chances and health outcomes of young people who are living with or at risk of HIV in Vancouver; CIHR; 2015-2016 (Fast et al.)

4.      Women, HIV and the law: Systematic reviews of global evidence; CIHR; 2015-2016 (Shannon et al.)

5.      Evaluation of the impact of rapid testing on primary health care provision to address vertical transmission of HIV in Porto Alegre (Brazil): Projeto TESTAPOA-TV; SUS: the Brazilian Public Health System; 2014-2016 (Barcellos et al.)

6.      Implementation and ethical dimensions of scaling up HIV treatment as prevention (TasP); CIHR; 2014-2015 (Small et al.)

7.      Population health ethics: Investigating the implications of ‘targeting’ socially-defined population subgroups to promote health; CIHR; 2012-2015 (Shoveller et al.)

8.      STI/HIV prevention and young men; CIHR; 2014-2015 (Shoveller & Kendall et al.)

9.      Social and structural context of HIV/STI risk among a cohort of female sex workers; US NIH; 2010-2015 (Shannon et al.)

10.  Initiation of injection drug use and HIV risks among a cohort of street-involved youth; US NIH; 2010-2015 (Wood et al.)

11.  Investigating and addressing injection drug use and other harms among a cohort of street-involved youth: The ARYS Project; CIHR; 2010-2015 (Wood et al.)

12.  The At-Risk Youth Study (ARYS); US NIH; 2010-2015 (Wood & Kerr et al.)

13.  BRIDGE program: Building research capacity in public health, policy and engineering (Strategic training initiative); CIHR; 2009-2014 (Brauer & McDaniels et al.)

14.  Pan-Canadian training network on population health intervention research (Strategic training initiative); CIHR; 2009-2014 (Potvin & Shoveller et al.)

15.  Impact of an integrated internet-based testing program for HIV and sexually transmitted infections in British Columbia; CIHR; 2011-2014 (Gilbert, Ogilvie & Shoveller et al.)

16.  Towards a community-based research agenda on the experiences and HIV risk environment of men in the sex industry: The CHAPS Project; CIHR; 2013-2014 (Shannon et al.)

17.  Evaluating the role of structural inequities, gender-based violence, and power in shaping HIV/STI transmission dynamics in public place-based sex work; CIHR; 2009-2014 (Shannon et al.)

18.  Contraception Access Resource Team – Contraception Cost-effectiveness Modeling (CART-CCM); CIHR; 2013-2015 (Norman et al.)

19.  Establishing a new research agenda regarding population health ethics and young people’s health; CIHR; 2012-2014 (Shoveller et al.)

20.  GetCheckedBC: Developing new knowledge to inform the province-wide implementation of an online STI/HIV testing service; CIHR; 2012-2014 (Shoveller et al.)

21.  Knowledge dissemination to increase access and quality of care for contraception among youth in Northern British Columbia; CIHR; 2012-2013 (Shoveller et al.)

22.  Defining national sexual and reproductive health indicators; CIHR; 2012-2013 Dunn & Guilbert et al.)

23.  Factors affecting implementation and scalability of online sexual health services; CIHR; 2011-2013 (Shoveller et al.)

24.  Research to action: Improving the quality of care and access to sexual health and HIV services among youth-headed households in Kenya; CIHR; 2012-2013 (Shoveller & Shannon et al.)

25.  Online STI testing & youth; CIHR; 2010-2012 (Shoveller et al.)

26.  Young men and sexually transmitted infections; CIHR; 2010-2011 (Shoveller et al.)

27.  Empowerment, gender and young people’s sexual health: Establishing an intervention research agenda; CIHR; 2010-2011 (Shoveller et al.)

28.  Rural and northern youth sexual health team: Building interdisciplinary capacity to reduce health and social disparities (Interdisciplinary Capacity Enhancement [ICE] Team Grant); CIHR; 2006-2011 (Shoveller et al.)

29.  Social services and northern youth sexual health; BC Medical Services Foundation; 2009-2011 (Peters et al.)

30.  Stigma and resilience among vulnerable youth consortium (Interdisciplinary Capacity Enhancement [ICE] Team Grant); CIHR; 2006-2011 (Saewyc et al.)


31.  Experiences with contraception among youth in Northern BC: Examining the impact of gender, place and culture; CIHR; 2008-2011 (Halon et al.)