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Queer as F**k: reaching and engaging gay men in sexual health promotion through social networking sites.

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Queer as F**k: reaching and engaging gay men in sexual health promotion through social networking sites.

Auteurs : Alisa Pedrana ; Margaret Hellard ; Judy Gold ; Nadine Ata ; Shanton Chang ; Steve Howard ; Jason Asselin ; Olivia Ilic ; Colin Batrouney ; Mark Stoove

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Abstract

A growing number of health promotion interventions are taking advantage of the popularity and interactivity of new social media platforms to foster and engage communities for health promotion. However, few health promotion interventions using social networking sites (SNS) have been rigorously evaluated. "Queer as F**k"(QAF) began as pilot project in 2010 to deliver sexual health promotion via short "webisodes" on SNS to gay men. Now in its fifth season, QAF is among the few published examples internationally to demonstrate the sexual health promotion potential of SNS.

DOI: 10.2196/jmir.2334
PubMed: 23391459

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