Online and Offline Sexual Health-Seeking Patterns of HIV-Negative Men Who Have Sex with Men

  title={Online and Offline Sexual Health-Seeking Patterns of HIV-Negative Men Who Have Sex with Men},
  author={J Michael Wilkerson and Derek J. Smolenski and Keith J. Horvath and Gene P. Danilenko and Brian R Simon Rosser},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
To inform health information targeting, we used cross-sectional data from 2577 HIV-negative MSM to identify groups of men who access similar sources. Offline, more men reported talking to a physician about HIV than about having sex with men; fewer than half attended a safer sex workshop. Online, men sought information primarily through Internet search engines, GLBT websites, or health websites. A latent class analysis identified four groups of health seekers: minimal health seekers, those who… CONTINUE READING
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