Dr. Travis Salway

Professional Experience

2019 – now: Assistant Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University

2017 – 2019: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of British Columbia

2013 – 2017: PhD Student, University of Toronto

2008 – 2013: Epidemiologist, British Columbia Centre for Disease Control

2006 – 2008: MSc Student, McGill University

Expertise and Research Interests

  • Integration of sexual and mental health services
  • Social epidemiological methods
  • Sexual and gender minority population health
  • Sexually transmitted infections and HIV
  • Suicide
  • See: http://blogs.ubc.ca/travissalway/

Selected Publications

  1. Salway T, Plöderl M, Liu J, Gustafson P. Effects of multiple forms of information bias on estimated prevalence of suicide attempts by sexual orientation: An application of a Bayesian misclassification correction method to data from a systematic review. Am J Epidemiol 2019;188(1):239-249.
  2. Salway T, Ross LE, Fehr CP, Burley J, Asadi S, Hawkins B, Tarasoff LA. A systematic review and meta-analysis of disparities in the prevalence of suicide ideation and attempt among bisexual populations. Arch Sex Behav 2019;48(1):89-111.
  3. Salway T, Ferlatte O, Shoveller J, Purdie A, Grennan T, Tan DHS, Consolacion T, Rich A, Dove N, Samji H, Scott K, Blackwell E, Mirau D, Holgerson N, Wong J, Gilbert M. The need and desire for mental health and substance use-related services among clients of publicly funded sexually transmitted infection clinics in Vancouver, Canada. J Public Health Manag Pract 2018;e-pub.
  4. Salway T, Ferlatte O, Purdie A, Shoveller J, Trussler T, Gilbert M. Healthcare engagement among gay and bisexual men with recent suicide ideation or attempts. Am J Orthopsychiatry 2018;88(6):713-722.
  5. Salway Hottes T*, Bogaert L, Rhodes AE, Brennan DJ, Gesink D. Lifetime prevalence of suicide attempts among sexual minority adults by study sampling strategies: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Am J Public Health 2016;106(5):921.