Article about TasP implementation challenges and opportunities

Please see below for a link and citation to the article “Implementation challenges and opportunities for HIV Treatment as Prevention (TasP) among young men in Vancouver, Canada: a qualitative study” which includes research by former YSHT PhD trainee Rod Knight, YSHT PhD trainee Kim Thomson and Jean Shoveller. The study found that young men generally have a high receptiveness to TasP. The findings also identify key social and structural forces that will warrant ongoing consideration for TasP implementation.

Knight, R., Small, W., Thomson, K., Gilbert, M., Shoveller, J. (2016). Implementation challenges and opportunities for HIV Treatment as Prevention (TasP) among young men in Vancouver, Canada: a qualitative study. BMC Public Health. Published online March 15, 2016. doi: 10.1186/s12889-016-2943-y