A new website “Toolkit for MSM Checkpoints”, which was developed by Work package 7 of the Euro HIV EDAT Project, and is made for community-based, voluntary counselling and testing (CBVCT) services targeting men who have sex with men (MSM), is released.
It addresses all topics needed to develop, provide and self-evaluate quality services in a CBVCT project and/or Checkpoint. It is divided into six sections: Operating Environment, CBVCT Services and Organisational Needs, Counselling and Linkage to Care, Communication, Advocacy, and Quality Improvement/Innovation. In all sections, ‘checklists’ support users to assess their project and develop an individual action plan.
Toolkit for MSM Checkpoints is available here.