Gay Community Periodic Survey: Melbourne February 1998

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Copyright: Copyright 1998, University of New South Wales
Abstract
The initial Melbourne Periodic Survey provides data on levels of safe and unsafe sexual practice in a broad cross-sectional sample of gay and homosexually active men. Data were collected on anal intercourse and oral sex, the use of condoms, the nature of sexual relationships, HIV testing practice and serostatus, aspects of social attachment to gay community, and a range of demographic items including sexual identity, age, education, occupation and ethnicity. Sampling Procedures: Men were recruited through seven sites: six gay community venues and Midsumma Carnival. Sample Population: 1578 gay and homosexually-active men from Melbourne. Method of Data Collection: Self-completion. Time Dimensions: Repeated cross-sectional study. Kind of Data: Survey. https://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
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2011
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Dataset
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Gay community
HIV status
Sexual partners
Drug use
HIV
Sexual practices
Gay men
HIV testing
Health
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melbourne gay community periodic survey - DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (VIC) - SURVEYS IN CONJUCTION WITH VICTORIAN AIDS COUNCIL - GAY MEN'S HEALTH CENTRE - SURVEYS IN CONJUCTION WITH VICTORIAN AIDS COUNCIL - GAY MEN'S HEALTH CENTRE - ADF/01/000189