A week ago the EATG co-chaired the satellite symposium “European surveys and trainings to improve MSM community health (ESTICOM)” at the 22nd International AIDS conference. During this session we had the opportunity to see the first results from the European MSM Internet Survey 2017 (EMIS) survey, with a focus on PrEP and chemsex. EMIS -the largest international and multi-language study on gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men- took place between October 2017 and the end of January 2018.
At the same time the first from a series of community reports from EMIS 2017 became available. You can download the community report here.
The EATG is Leader of WP5 (Review of Community Health Workers’ knowledge, attitudes and practices about sexual health of men who have sex with men)