Do MSM in southern India change their identity or sexual role behaviour over time? Implications for the HIV epidemic
- Department for International Development
- 1 January 2012
- Document Type:
- Conference Paper
- Vickerman, P., Alary, M., Foss, A.M., Watts, C.H., Boily, M.C. Moses, S., Lowndes, C.M., Washington, R., Rajaram, S., Bradley, J., Ramesh, B.M., Pickles, M., Isac, S., Phillips, A.E., Lorway, R., Mitchell, K.M., and Prudden, H.J.
Study exploring the different identities of men who have sex with men (MSM) and their statistical significance with respect to HIV. The poster presentation looks at four broad categories of sexual identity and key demographic, behavioural and epidemiological characteristics.
Prudden, H.J.; Mitchell, K.M.; Phillips, A.E.; Pickles, M.; Ramesh, B.M.; Washington, R.; Isac, S.; Rajaram, S.; Bradley, J.; Lorway, R.; Alary, M.; Moses, S.; Watts, C.H.; Vickerman, P.; Lowndes, C.M.; Boily, M.C.; Foss, A.M. Do MSM in southern India change their identity or sexual role behaviour over time? Implications for the HIV epidemic. Presented at AIDS 2012. (2012) 1 p.
Published: 1 January 2012
Document Type: Conference Paper
Authors: Vickerman, P. Alary, M. Foss, A.M. Watts, C.H. Boily, M.C. Moses, S. Lowndes, C.M. Washington, R. Rajaram, S. Bradley, J. Ramesh, B.M. Pickles, M. Isac, S. Phillips, A.E. Lorway, R. Mitchell, K.M. Prudden, H.J.