Assessment of Minnesota HIV/AIDS Prevention Services for Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Other Men who Have Sex with Men (MSM)
In 2009 and 2010, the HIV epidemic continued across the United States and around the world. In the U.S., the largest transmission risk continues to be male-to-male sex. Further, this transmission risk was the only one to continue to increase. As a result of this concern, CDC made funds available to states to support assessments of MSM HIV Prevention Programs and Services. Minnesota contracted with JSI and Bob Tracy Consulting to conduct the assessment. JSI conducted key informant interviews, focus groups, and an online survey to assess the current view of HIV & AIDS among members of the MSM community, to learn about their perceptions of existing HIV prevention services and to get a sense of what an ideal HIV prevention service system might look like going forward. The report presents the results of this assessment. Stewart Landers, JSI, 2011.
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