Тема: ВИЧ и ИППП, Материалы конференций, Профилактика, Сексуальное здоровье ЛГБТ
Год выпуска: 2012
Дополнительные темы: ENG
Язык документа: ENG
Тема: Сексуальное здоровье ЛГБТ
Год выпуска: 2015
This document provides guidance on the clinical management of harms resulting from acute intoxication and from the harmful and dependent use of club drugs and NPS. It categorises club drugs broadly according to their clinical effects.
Тема: Сексуальное здоровье ЛГБТ, Социальное благополучие ЛГБТ
Авторы:Christopher Whiteley, Dima Abdulrahim, Monty Moncrieff, Owen Bowden-Jones
Год выпуска: 2016
Источник: Novel Psychoactive Treatment UK Network
The guidance is based on a combination of literature review and expert clinical consensus. We accept no responsibility or liability for any consequences arising from the use of the information contained in this document.
Год выпуска: 2014
Research conducted over the last twenty years indicates that a higher proportion of gay men both in the UK and abroad use drugs than is the case for the general population (UK Drug Policy Commission, 2010). Such usage in the UK and, in particular, London, has historically centred around ‘club drugs’ such as ecstasy, cocaine, ketamine or LSD (Weatherburn et al, 1999; Keogh et al, 2009). As is the case with most big cities around the world, drug use is more common among gay men in London than in other parts of the UK (Bourne, 2012).
Тема: Профилактика, Сексуальное здоровье ЛГБТ
Авторы:C. D. Llewellyn, C. Peralta, G. Dean, J. Vera, L. Rodriguez, N. Pilarski, S. Soni
Год выпуска: 2017
Источник: Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals
The rates of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV among men who have sex with men (MSM) are increasing and the uptake of STI and HIV testing in conventional clinical settings is suboptimal. An estimated 14% of MSM are thought to have undiagnosed HIV and 30% of new diagnoses in MSM are late diagnosesi,ii. A variety of innovative strategies are required to increase uptake of HIV testing. One such approach is self-testing.
Авторы:Manuel Couffignal, Nathalie Likhite, Tania Kisserli
Источник: International HIV/AIDS Alliance
This case study findings are based on interviews with representatives of theInternational HIV/AIDS Alliance (Catherine Simmons, Enrique Restoy, Wilson Ashimwe)
and partner organisations in Algeria, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia and a field visit to Lebanon in December 2015. It also builds on interviews with Simone Salem (UNAIDS) in Cairo and Georges Azzi (Arab Foundation for Freedoms and Equality) in Beirut, as well as a review of programme reports. All quotations are published with the interviewees’ consent. Some beneficiaries’ and peer educators’ quotes (names have been changed for reasons of confidentiality) are extracted from the 2013 programme report Demonstrating Results of the Responding to Key Populations in the MENA Region Programme using the Most Significant Change Methodology.