SFGN freelance writer, Sean McShee, is conducting an online survey to learn about beliefs about how often gay and bi HIV negative men should take the HIV test. The survey results will appear in SFGN by late September.

At present, not much is known about our beliefs about the optimal frequency of testing for HIV infection. Your participation in this survey can help to start this conversation.

This survey takes around ten minutes to complete. You can stop at any time and skip any question that you do not want to answer. The survey does not ask for details about behavior or anti-body status. It only asks about beliefs regarding HIV testing frequency and some demographic questions. The survey does not ask any identifying questions.

Both English and Spanish versions (Thanks to Latino Salud’s translations services) are available. To participate in this survey please visit the SFGN website and follow the prompts. It is be available online at sfgn.com/HIVsurvey from July 8 to July 22.

For the English language version, please visit http://www.surveymethods.com/EndUser.aspx?86A2CED687CDD6DC86

For a Spanish language version please visit http://www.surveymethods.com/EndUser.aspx?7F5B372F7F382B257D