Research Blog—PrEP Use for MSM and Transgender Woman Takes Center Stage at the International AIDS Conference 2016
Strong science and community engagement together are essential to improving global PrEP use.
MSM of color have barriers accessing HIV care compared to White MSM. Is overcoming stigma enough to get these individuals into care?
Seek, test, treat, and retain: exploring recent evidence on optimizing HIV prevention interventions.
Alternatives to daily oral pill-taking are needed to promote PrEP adherence.
Engagement in Group Sex Among Geosocial Networking Mobile Application-Using Men Who Have Sex with Men
Results show a significant risk for HIV/STI transmission within the group sex setting
Think syphilis is a thing of the past? We discuss symptoms, prevention, treatment, and why it matters for men who have sex with men.
Accuracy of Highly Sexually Active Gay and Bisexual Men’s Predictions on Their Likelihood of Anal Sex and Its Relevance for Intermittent Even-Driven HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis
Results suggest new guidance for effective use of intermittent PrEP among gay and bisexual men.
An Item Response Theory Analysis of the Sexual Compulsivity Scale and Its Correspondence with the Hypersexual Disorder Screening Inventory Among a Sample of Highly Sexually Active Gay and Bisexual Men
The two measures studied were found to be an appropriate combined measure for the evaluation of Hypersexual Disorder.
Will getting information on new HIV prevention methods affect how men who have sex with men think and feel about using condoms?
Prevalence and Patterns of Smoking, Alcohol Use, and Illicit Drug Use in Young Men Who Have Sex with Men
Patterns and prevalence of substance use young MSM in Chicago were examined; group differences important for interventions were found.