Acceptability of different delivery styles and technology to provide online sexual health outreach for MSM in the UK

Lindsey Burns, Christina Knussen, Paul Flowers, Karen Lorimer, Jamie Frankis

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Abstract

The internet is currently seen as key area for promotion initiatives. Mobile phone apps and social networking sites create
opportunities for MSM to find sex partners, and provide
opportunities for the provision of sexual health information. Using SMS for sexual health means is both effective and
acceptable. Recent work has suggested YMSM were willing to participate in HIV prevention programmes via smart phone apps. Less clear, is the acceptability of different online sexual health
promotion approaches to the target audience and in addition, the
acceptability of the different technologies used to deliver this
information. Phone apps and social networking sites create
opportunities for the provision of sexual health
information
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-15
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 23 Oct 2014

Keywords

  • sexual health
  • mobile phones
  • MSM
  • HIV prevention

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