Original Article: bit.ly/1uoenuQ
In the last few years, there has been a lot of new information about HIV risk and prevention, including undetectable viral load, pre-exposure prophylaxis, rapid point-of-care testing… In fact, the HIV prevention landscape has arguably changed more in the last three-five years than it did in the previous 25 years.
The Resonance Project is seeking to find out if any of this new information is resonating with gay men, and if so, how? The Resonance Project is a community-based research project coordinated by CATIE and funded by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR). It is a collaboration between four national HIV organizations, three gay men’s health organizations, and the University of Windsor. For a full list of project partners, check out www.catie.ca/en/resonance.
Full text of article available at link below: bit.ly/1uoenuQ