ECHOES: European Community Health Worker Online Survey

Friday, December 15, 2017 - 15:45

Do you provide sexual health and support services for gay, bisexual and other MSM?

If the answers yes, please take the first ever ECHOES survey to tell us about your work!

ECHOES is the first ever European survey for those who provide sexual health and support services for gay, bisexual and other MSM in community settings across the EU and it’s neighbouring countries.

ECHOES is available in 16 languages and will be live until 31st January 2018!

Who can participate?

Anyone who provides any kind of sexual health support to MSM in community settings (i.e. not in a hospital or a clinic) can participate in ECHOES – whether you are a medically trained professional (e.g. a GP, sexual health nurse, or HIV specialist), an outreach worker, a health promoter, homeless worker, educator, or a drugs/alcohol worker – if the work is paid or voluntary, done full-time, part-time or only occasionally – then we would like to hear from you! For all these different kinds of roles, for simplicity we use the term Community Health Worker (CHW).

For more details on who can participate, download and watch the webinar.

Why you should participate?


  • Little is known about the CHW workforce who provide support services for gay, bisexual and other MSM.
  • Groundbreaking data from ECHOES will be used to develop training to support CHW in their work.
  • Make a difference across in the UK and Europe! – Findings will be used to inform training, policy and practice in each participating country.

To take part in the survey, please click on the button below

The survey is live until 31st January 2018. Completion is anonymous and will require about 15 – 20 minutes of your time.

Please share with your colleagues and networks whom might be interested.

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