The AURAH2 study was a prospective cohort study that recruited HIV negative or undiagnosed men who have sex with men (MSM) from three sexual health clinics in London and Brighton from November 2014 to April 2016.
Participants completed a baseline paper questionnaire in clinic, and subsequent four monthly online questionnaires, from March 2015, for up to three years until March 2018.
Data from the study is being used to investigate recreational drug use and chemsex patterns, as well as HIV incidence, and mental health and well-being among MSM.
Partners of people on ART - a New Evaluation of the Risks (The PARTNER study): design and methods
Changes in chemsex and sexual behaviour over time, among a cohort of MSM in London and Brighton: Findings from the AURAH2 study
Changes in recreational drug use, drug use associated with chemsex, and HIV-related behaviours, among HIV-negative men who have sex with men in London and Brighton, 2013–2016
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