HIV prevention for men who have sex with men


Key take-home messages
  • There are very few studies of prevention interventions for MSM that use reliable evaluation outcome measures
  • Self-reports have shown that individual-, group- and community-level interventions are effective at reducing HIV risk behaviours among MSM
  • The long-term effectiveness and sustainability of outcomes of behavioural interventions for MSM have not been examined
  • Behavioural interventions for MSM should include rigorous evaluation with biological/clinical outcomes


The Ontario HIV Treatment Network: Rapid Response Service




  • Population(s)
    • Men who have sex with men
  • Prevention
    • Sexual risk behaviour
    • Education/media campaigns
  • Health Systems
    • Financial arrangements
    • Delivery arrangements


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