A major European Men who have sex with men Internet Survey (EMIS) was launched today, 26th October 2017.
EMIS 2017, funded by the European Union Health Programme, will aim to identify the HIV and sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevention needs of gay men, bisexual men and other men who have sex with men (MSM), including transgender men and men living with HIV. The survey will generate data required to understand the sexual health needs of the MSM population in Ireland and will help direct prevention programmes.
The Gay Health Network is leading on promoting the survey within Ireland in partnership with NGOs, voluntary and statutory organisations, and supported by the HSE.
The survey is available in 32 languages and is completely anonymous and takes about 20 minutes.
We encourage all men who have sex with men to be a part of the survey, as the valuable information collected will help us and other agencies to provide services for you.
The survey can be completed here: www.emis2017.eu.