New Directions in Gay Men's Health and HIV Prevention in Canada: Pan-Canadian Deliberative Dialogue Report, 2010

There is a growing movement in Canada and elsewhere to re-frame HIV prevention among gay men in the more holistic context of their health and well-being rather than focusing solely on their HIV status and safer sex practices. A one-day satellite conference preceding the Canadian HIV/AIDS Skills Building Symposium: Leading Together in March 2010 brought together 40 community programmers, policy makers and researchers involved in gay men’s health and HIV initiatives across the country to discuss this new direction. This report documents their deliberations and recommendations for future directions.

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Published by: CATIE
Date: 2010
Type: Report
Language(s): English, French
Topic(s): HIV
Social determinants of health
       > Attitudes (conditions) that affirm sexual orientation
Specific Population(s): Men who have sex with men
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