The Associations of Perceived Social Support with Key HIV Risk and Protective Factors Among Young Males Who Have Sex with Males in Bangkok and Chiang Mai, Thailand

@article{Johnston2017TheAO,
  title={The Associations of Perceived Social Support with Key HIV Risk and Protective Factors Among Young Males Who Have Sex with Males in Bangkok and Chiang Mai, Thailand},
  author={Lisa Grazina Johnston and Mara C. Steinhaus and Justine Sass and Patchara Benjarattanaporn and Petchsri Sirinirund and Taweesap Siraprapasiri and Robert H. Gass},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2017},
  pages={1-9}
}
This study used respondent-driven sampling to explore the effects of social support on HIV risk and protective factors among young males who have sex with males (YMSM) in Bangkok (N = 273) and Chiang Mai (N = 243), Thailand. It compared different measures of social support, including living situation, the proportion of family and friends to whom the respondent had disclosed their same-sex attraction, and scores on the multi-dimensional scale of perceived social support as predictors of two… CONTINUE READING
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