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Community Health Worker review

A review of evidence on Community Health Workers’ (CHW) knowledge, attitudes and practices about the sexual health of MSM, including behaviour and lifestyle factors as well as the HIV/AIDS, STI and viral hepatitis situation was conducted to inform the development of the ECHOES questionnaire. Some of the main findings of the review, which can be accessed below, include that CHWs perform a wide variety of roles and responsibilities across different European countries, and use a wide variety of terms to describe what they do (e.g. community advocates, outreach workers, peer counsellors, peer educators, health care providers). The review noted that the availability of scientific literature on CHW knowledge, attitudes and practices about the sexual health of MSM in Europe is scarce.

A poster presenting some of the results of the review (presented at the European AIDS Conference 2017) can also be accessed below.

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