All-Ireland report #1 (Man2Man: Our Community)

The HSE Gay Men’s Health Service (GMHS) and the Gay Health Network (GHN) today presented on the National HIV Prevention and Sexual Health Programme for Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) at the National Sexual Health and Awareness Week (SHAW) which started today Monday 28th May, and is run by the RCPI.
At the seminar, the GMHS, GHN and the Rainbow Project NI also launched a new report entitled Man2Man: Report One, Our Community: All-Ireland findings from the 2010 European MSM Internet Survey (EMIS).  the Man2Man programme was officially launched on World AIDS Day last year (1st December).  Developments of the programme and campaign videos and posters can be viewed at
‘Our Community’ is the first of four thematic reports to be published in the ‘Man2Man’ series. These reports aggregate data generated in the 2010 European MSM Internet Survey (EMIS), and represent the largest ever research sample of men who have sex with men (MSM) across the 32 counties of Ireland.  These reports contain information relevant to those working with improving the sexual health and well-being of MSM and presents evidence relevant to policy and programme design for gay and bisexual men in both Northern Ireland (NI) and the Republic of Ireland (RoI).
Note: Man2Man Report 2: Living with HIV All-Ireland findings from the 2010 European MSM Internet Survey (EMIS) will be launched at the 10th Annual Gay Health Forum "Challenging Stigma" on June 8th next at Dublin Castle.
You can download the All-Ireland report here.