Skip to content
- There is strong evidence that preventive behaviour interventions, including motivational, skill-building, self-efficacy, and eroticized components, conducted over multiple sessions were the most effective for HIV-negative MSM.
- Intervention studies such as needle exchange, supervised injection facilities, detoxification and methadone programs targeted at MSM injection drug users are also effective in reducing high-risk behaviours.
- Evidence-based Internet interventions are growing in number and present an opportunity to reach rural, closeted, or hard-to-reach MSM for HIV risk reduction.
- A combination of these interventions can be recommended by healthcare providers to MSM who report recent high risk activities.