Faculty Member

Daniel Grace MA, PhD

Email Address(es)
daniel.grace@utoronto.ca
Office Phone
416-978-6505
Office Address
Health Sciences Building 155 College St., Suite 556 Toronto, Ontario M5T 3M7
Division(s)/Office
Social & Behavioural Health Sciences Division
Position
Assistant Professor
SGS Status
Full Member
Appointment Status
Tenure Stream

Research Interests

  • Social and Structural Determinants of Health
  • Qualitative Research Methods and Mixed Methods Research
  • Sexual Behaviour, Sexuality and Health
  • HIV and STI Prevention, Intervention and Health Communication
  • Implementation Science
  • Gay Men’s Health (Social, Sexual, Mental and Physical)
  • Sexual Minority and Gender Diverse Populations
  • Social and Behavioural aspects of HIV and STI Transmission
  • Institutional Ethnography
  • Intersectionality
  • Critical Social Theory
  • Social Inequality, Marginalized Populations, and Health Outcomes
  • Local Alcohol Policy and Evaluation of Complex Interventions
  • Legislative Reform and Global Health

Primary Teaching Responsibilities

CHL7001H: Institutional Ethnography: Critical Foundations and Contemporary Public Health Applications (Fall 2018)

CHL5102: Social and Political Forces in Health Care (Winter 2018)

CHL5128: Intersectionality, Inequity & Public Health (Fall 2017)

Representative Publications

Daniel Grace, Jody Jollimore, Paul MacPherson, Matthew JP Strang, and Darrell HS Tan. (2018). The Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)-Stigma Paradox: Learning from Canada’s First Wave of PrEP Users. AIDS Patient Care and STDs, 32(1): 24-30.

Daniel Grace, Malcolm Steinberg, Sarah A. Chown, Jody Jollimore, Robin Parry, and Mark Gilbert (2016) “…it’s almost therapeutic, right? Because it’s almost like that session that I never had”: gay men’s accounts of being a participant in HIV research, AIDS Care, 28(10): 1306-1311.

Daniel Grace, Matt Egan, and Karen Lock. (2016) “Examining local processes when applying a cumulative impact policy to address harms of alcohol outlet density.” Health & Place, 40: 76-82.

Daniel Grace, Sarah Chown, Michael Kwag, Malcolm Steinberg, Elgin Lim, and Mark Gilbert. (2015). Becoming “Undetectable”: Longitudinal Narratives of Gay Men’s Sex Lives After a Recent HIV Diagnosis. AIDS Education and Prevention, 27(4): 333-349.

Daniel Grace. (2015). Criminalizing HIV transmission using model law: troubling best practice standardizations in the global HIV/AIDS response. Critical Public Health, 25(4): 441-454

Daniel Grace, Malcolm Steinberg, Michael Kwag, Sarah A. Chown, Glenn Doupe, Terry Trussler, Michael Rekart, Mark Gilbert. (2015). Diagnostic Technologies-in-Practice: Gay Men’s Narratives of their Acute or Recent HIV Infection Diagnosis Experiences. Qualitative Health Research, 25(2): 205-217.

Olena Hankivsky, Daniel Grace, Gemma Hunting, Olivier Ferlatte, Natalie Clark, Alycia Fridkin, Melissa Giesbrecht, Sarah Rudrum. (2014). Advancing Equity through Intersectionality: A Framework for Conducting Intersectionality-Based Policy Analysis. International Journal for Equity in Health, 13: 1-16.

Daniel Grace, Sarah A. Chown, Jody Jollimore, Robin Parry, Michael Kwag, Malcolm Steinberg, Terry Trussler, Mark Rekart, Mark Gilbert. (2014). HIV-negative gay men’s accounts of using context-dependent seroadaptive strategies. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 16(3): 316-330.

Daniel Grace. (2013). Transnational Institutional Ethnography: Tracing Text and Talk Beyond State Boundaries. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 12: 587-605.

Daniel Grace. (2013). Legislative epidemics: the role of model law in the transnational trend to criminalise HIV transmission. Medical Humanities, 33: 77-84.