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  • MOBILISE! Survey

    ONLINE QUESTIONNAIRE FOR MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN  

    $500 in prizes to be won

    Complete the survey
  • You're invited

    WHAT CONTRIBUTES TO MAKING HEALTH CARE SERVICES ACCESSIBLE?

    Share your views by participating in our focus groups

    Learn more
  • Prevention is changing

    THE RANGE OF HIV PREVENTION OPTIONS HAS CONTINUED TO GROW

    Which ones are you familiar with?

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  • New directions in sexual health

    BY, FOR, AND WITH MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN

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  • MOBILISE! Survey

    WHAT ARE YOU WATING FOR?  OVER 500 GUYS HAVE ALREADY PARTCIPATED!

    $500 in prizes to be won

    Complete the survey

Now
underway

The MOBILISE! Survey

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“Participating in the MOBILISE! Survey is a matter of urgency!”:  Jason Noel of LGBT in the City meets with project co-investigator Joanne Otis (video in French).

By completing our online questionnaire, you can participate in improving sexual health services.
MOBILISE! L’Enquête: a video by Xavier Simon, Laurent Pineault, Gabriel Daunais-Laurin, and Patrice Bécotte. Photos in above slideshow: 1) Matt Ayotte, Les Magiciens; 2) Thomas Haig; 3-5) Damien Ligiardi.

Focus groups

In your view, what contributes to making health care services accessible?  You can help us to strenghthen prevention and address other key health issues that affect our communities by participating in one of our upcoming focus groups.

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  • December 7:  for community members
  • December 13 and 14: for service providers
Learn more or register
Highlights from Oct 21-22 forum

Le Forum communautaire MOBILISE! : mobilisateur et rassembleur  Gabriel Girard, Fugues, décembre 2016 (article in French)

Did you
know … ?

… that in addition to condoms, there are more than 20 other ways to reduce the risk of contracting or transmitting HIV?

Which of these options do you already use?  Which do you want to try out?

With so many tools and approaches now available, too many people don’t know their prevention options or don’t have access to them. This is an unacceptable situation that is contributing to an ongoing HIV epidemic.

Points
of view

A range of project participants and community members will be sharing their thoughts in the coming months on how to improve HIV prevention and sexual health …

Ken Monteith (COCQ-SIDA) : "Prevention has changed a lot in the past 30 years ..."
Patrice Bécotte (RÉZO) : "We want to hear from you!" (video in French)
Joanne Otis (UQAM) : "It's time to work together ..." (video in French)