SMMASH: social media, men who have sex with men and sexual health study: partnership working to conduct an interdisciplinary, mixed-methods exploratory study

Jamie Frankis, Chris Kimber, Mark Craig, Katrina Mitchell, James Whyte, Karen Lorimer, Mark Davis, Jane Oakland, Paul Flowers

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Abstract

Exponential increase in digital media; social networking, smartphone apps, photo/video sharing. Sociosexual media – new ways for MSM to meet. Increased sexual risk taking among MSM. Rising HIV rates amongst MSM3 coincided with broad adoption of Internet as way for MSM to meet sexual partners. Tech-based interventions incorporating digital media.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 23 Oct 2014

Keywords

  • MSM
  • social media
  • sexual behaviour
  • SMMASH

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