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Home > EMIS-2017. The European men-who-have-sex-with-men internet survey: key findings from 50 countries.

The EMIS Network. (2019) EMIS-2017. The European men-who-have-sex-with-men internet survey: key findings from 50 countries. Stockholm: European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control.

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EMIS-2017 (the European MSM Internet Survey) was one component of ESTICOM (European Surveys and Training to Improve MSM Community Health). The tender requested evidence about the sexual health of gay men, bisexual men and other men who have sex with men (MSM) across Europe. The overall aim of EMIS was to generate data useful for the planning of HIV and STI prevention and care programmes and the monitoring of national progress in this area. This was done by describing the level and distribution of HIV transmission risk and precautionary behaviour related HIV prevention needs, and by assessing self-reported STI testing behaviour, testing performance, and various STI diagnoses, including viral hepatitis.

Content includes:
5.6 Substance use p.63
5.6.1 Use of legal drugs p,63
5.6.2 Use of illicit drugs p.64
5.7 Injecting drugs p.67
5.7.1 Prevalence of injecting drug use p.67
5.7.2 Frequency of injecting p.67
5.7.3 Drugs being injected p.68
5.7.4 Sharing injecting equipment p.68
5.8 Combining sex and drugs p.68
5.8.1 Sex under intoxication p.69
5.8.2 Recency of sober sex and ‘chemsex’ p.69
5.8.3 Features of chemsex p.71


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