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Check Me Out

OUTcomes … What You Told Us!

Check out the key results from our feedback survey of gay / bi / bi-curious men about the Check Me Out campaign in this great new infographic here.




Sexual Health Maintenance Made Simpler

CheckMeOut logoWe have a much clearer picture today about how and why gay / bi / bi-curious men are still getting infected with HIV at significantly higher rates than the general population. To reflect this new information, we have created an easy-to-use sexual health checklist for men to take to their family doctors or other healthcare professionals. We encourage men to use the checklist as a resource to educate both themselves and their doctors about regular sexual health maintenance. A second expanded checklist for doctors and other healthcare professionals is also available. Links for each checklist are below, as are links for more information too.

Sexual health can be a very complicated subject. We developed the Check Me Out Checklists to make things a whole lot easier for gay / bi / bi-curious men (and their healthcare professionals).


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  pdf Checklist for men - Halifax (716 KB)

  pdf Checklist for men – Sydney (729 KB)

  pdf Checklist for men – Rest of NS (712 KB)


Information for doctors & healthcare providers


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pdf Checklist for doctors and healthcare providers (1.01 MB)


For more information about Check Me Out
If you have questions about any aspect of this campaign please contact the Gay Men’s Health Coordinator at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 902.425.4882, ext. 222.

Community Partners

YouthProject  prideHealth CMO  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. NSRAP CMO  HSHC CMO

Campaign Endorsed by

Prostate CMO HepNS CMO

Campaign funding provided by the Community Health Board Development Funds of Halifax, Southeastern, and Chebucto West; also by Capital Health (prideHealth, and Public Health).
Photography provided by: Dana Fraser
Online media sponsorship: Wayves    
Print media sponsorship: The Coast

The Check Me Out Campaign is an initiative of the Gay Men’s Health Project as part of ACNS’ ongoing HIV prevention work. Two family physicians and five community partners were involved its development.