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EMIS-2017: Planned Scientific Articles

As of March 2019, we have provided EMIS-2017 data for 33 National Reports. They will be provided as PDFs elsewhere on this website. National (2017) data for scientific articles can now be requested by members of the EMIS network. Merged 2010 and 2017 data are not yet available. The slots for requesting multi-national dataset is not yet open.

The following publication requests are being reviewed by the EMIS editorial board.

  1. Title: Level and description of MSM who are eligible but not using PrEP: French results from a nationwide internet survey (EMIS 2017)
    Lead author: Margot Annequin
    Data set: EMIS-FR (2017)
    Research question and objectives: In France, PrEP was implemented in January 2016, has been fully reimbursed by the French national health insurance system since March 2017 and is recommended for men who have sex with men (MSM) with high risk of HIV infection. MSM represent 42% of new HIV diagnoses in France, thus it has been estimated that 50 000 MSM would be in PrEP need. However according to French social security data, 10 000 people have been reimbursed for PrEP as of the first semester of 2018. In order to increase PrEP coverage, we need to better characterise individuals who may benefit from PrEP but are not using it. Objectives of this study are to assess the percentage and describe MSM eligible to PrEP but non-users and to assess factors associated with being an eligible non PreP-user (ENPU).
    Analytic plan: This analysis will be restricted to participants living in France, who declared being HIV-negative or never tested for HIV. Adapted to French guidelines, we will define PrEP eligibility as meeting at least one of three criteria: having condomless intercourse with ≥ 2 different partners in the last 12 months, having a history of post-exposure prophylaxis use or engaging in chemsex in the last 12 months We will assess the percentage of PrEP users and Eligible non PreP-user (ENPU) amongst all French EMIS respondents, excluding those declaring HIV positive status. Socio-demographic characteristics, sexual behaviours and HIV knowledge will be compare between PrEP users and ENPU and factors associated with ENPU will assess using logistic regression models, comparing ENPU to PrEP users. This analysis will be restricted to participants living in France, who declared being HIV-negative or never tested for HIV. Adapted to French guidelines, we will define PrEP eligibility as meeting at least one of three criteria: having condomless intercourse with ≥ 2 different partners in the last 12 months, having a history of post-exposure prophylaxis use or engaging in chemsex in the last 12 months. We will assess the percentage of PrEP users and Eligible non PreP-user (ENPU) amongst all French EMIS respondents, excluding those declaring HIV positive status. Socio-demographic characteristics, sexual behaviours and HIV knowledge will be compare between PrEP users and ENPU and factors associated with ENPU will assess using logistic regression models, comparing ENPU to PrEP users. This analysis will be restricted to participants living in France, who declared being HIV-negative or never tested for HIV. Adapted to French guidelines, we will define PrEP eligibility as meeting at least one of three criteria: having condomless intercourse with ≥ 2 different partners in the last 12 months, having a history of post-exposure prophylaxis use or engaging in chemsex in the last 12 months. We will assess the percentage of PrEP users and Eligible non PreP-user (ENPU) amongst all French EMIS respondents, excluding those declaring HIV positive status. Socio-demographic characteristics, sexual behaviours and HIV knowledge will be compare between PrEP users and ENPU and factors associated with ENPU will assess using logistic regression models, comparing ENPU to PrEP users.
    Abstract presented at (oral presentation or poster): AIDS impact (approval pending)
    Date of approval: pending