On 26 November 2012 the second English-language journal article on EMIS was accepted for publication in Social Science & Medicine. The paper shows that structural and environmental factors are associated with internalised homonegativity in MSM. Internalised homonegativity refers to a gay person’s negative feelings about homosexuality and is believed to stem from negative societal stereotypes and attitudes towards homosexuality.
On 14 November 2012 the first English-language journal article on EMIS was published in BMC Public Health. It shows that EMIS self-reported measurements of HIV prevalence were strongly correlated with existing estimates based on biological measurement and modelling studies using surveillance data (R2=0.70 resp. 0.72).
FEMP was a conference held 2011 in Stockholm on the Future of European Prevention among MSM. Now the report is online as pdf. In a previous version, for some unclear reasons, several EMIS contributions were not featured.