TAXI (Thinking About eXposure to Infection) Study
The TAXI-KAB Study is designed to measure the Knowledge, Attitudes, and Beliefs (KAB) of gay men in Australia when they Think About eXposure to Infection (TAXI) to HIV.
Gay men are going to experience many changes in the way healthcare is presented to them in the next few months.
We are seeking information from these men in order to inform the progress of the Treatments as Prevention revolution that is occurring in Australian health care, right now.
Who is eligible?
Any man living in Australia, who has sex with other men and who is over 16 years of age is invited to participate in the TAXI-KAB Study.
Take the survey
Click HERE to find out more, and to take the survey.
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask us. If you have any additional questions later, please direct any inquiries to:
Contact: Assoc Prof Garrett Prestage. The Kirby Institute (formerly the National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research)
Phone: 9385 0900