Behavioural surveillance among gay men in Australia: methods, findings and policy implications for the prevention of HIV and other sexually transmissible infections.

@article{Zablotska2011BehaviouralSA,
  title={Behavioural surveillance among gay men in Australia: methods, findings and policy implications for the prevention of HIV and other sexually transmissible infections.},
  author={Iryna B Zablotska and Susan C. Kippax and Andrew Edwin Grulich and Martin Holt and Garrett Prestage},
  journal={Sexual health},
  year={2011},
  volume={8 3},
  pages={272-9}
}
BACKGROUND The Australian HIV and sexually transmissible infection (STI) behavioural surveillance system (the repeated cross-sectional Gay Community Periodic Surveys, GCPS) has been conducted since 1998 and covers six main Australian jurisdictions. In this paper, we review its history and methodology, and the available indicators, their trends and their use. METHODS We describe the design and history of GCPS. For analyses of indicators, we use Pearson's χ²-test and test for trend where… CONTINUE READING
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