Community-based sexual health care works: a review of the ACT outreach program
Background: Men who have sex with men, sex workers, youth and university students are at increased risk for sexually transmissible infections (STI) and blood-borne viruses (BBV) and are therefore targets for sexual health services. In recognition of this, a collaborative project offering sexual health care in various outreach settings frequented by these groups was developed. Methods: Data collected by clinicians during consultations in five outreach venues (a sex-on-premises venue, a community...[Show more]
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