Gay Community Periodic Survey: Canberra 2000

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Copyright: Copyright 2000, University of New South Wales
Abstract
The aim of this survey was to gather data on levels of safe and unsafe sexual practice in a broad cross-sectional sample of gay and homosexually active men. Men were recruited at four gay community events held in Canberra in 2000. The survey included questions on anal intercourse and oral sex, the use of condoms, the nature of sexual relationships, HIV testing and serostatus, aspects of social attachment to the gay community and a range of demographic items including sexual identity, age, education, occupation and ethnicity. Kind of Data: Survey. Time Dimensions: Repeated cross-sectional study. Sample Population: 350 gay and homosexually-active men from Canberra. Sampling Procedures: Participants were recruited at a number of gay community events in Canberra: Fair Day, one gay community site and two gay community events. 407 men were asked to complete the survey and 350 did so. Method of Data Collection: Self-completion. http://csrh.arts.unsw.edu.au/research/publications/gcps/
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For access to these data, please contact Martin Holt or csrh@unsw.edu.au
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Centre for Social Research in Health, National Centre in HIV Social Research
National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research, Kirby Institute for infection and immunity in society
Publication Year
2011
Resource Type
Dataset
Keyword(s)
HIV status
HIV testing
Sexual practices
Sexual partners
Health
Drug use
Gay community
Gay men
HIV
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Canberra gay community periodic survey - AIDS ACTION COUNCIL OF THE ACT - AIDS ACTION COUNCIL OF THE ACT - AIDS ACTION COUNCIL OF THE ACT