2014 – Now
Lecturer in Social Sciences, University of Sunderland
2015 – Now
North East Coordinator and Member of National Steering Group, Live HIV Neutral national campaign
2014 – Now
Volunteer, MAP (Male Sex Worker Project) Volunteer Changing Lives, Newcastle
2012 – Now
Volunteer; Trainer and Trustee, Body Positive North East, Newcastle
2011 – 2013
Volunteer and Fundraising Manager, St. Martin’s Centre, Newcastle
2009 – 2013
Lecture of Sociology and Philosophy, Gateshead College
2006 – 2009
Head of Department (RE), Dyke House School, Hartlepool
2005 – 2007
Volunteer; Human Rights Researcher, Peter Tatchell Foundation, London
2003 – 2006
Project Manager, Trinity Youth Association, Northumberland
2002 – 2003
Helpline Advisor, Connexions Direct, Newcastle

Media Experience


Friday January 20th 2017, Andrew Dalton appeared on  ITV Tyne Tees commenting on a Terence Higgins report regarding people over 50 living with HIV.


Latest Published Research

Cutting the Ribbon? The current health of UK based HIV/AIDS organisations and the effects of austerity (2016)

Silent Scream? Issues faced using a Life Histories Approach when Interviewing People who are living with HIV in the North East of England

A Survey of Public Knowledge and Attitudes toward HIV in the North East of England