Study on Predictors of HIV/AIDS Discrimination within the Singapore MSM community (Survey needed)

A researcher from the Singapore Management University is studying the experiences of Singaporean gay man and their knowledge of HIV/AIDS.

With the existing death of research on the social determinants and implications of HIV/AIDS
in the context of Singapore, this study attempts to explore the prevalence of discrimination
towards People Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) within the Singapore Men who have Sex
with Men (MSM) community.

To participate in this survey, you must be:

  1. A self-identified gay man (cis/trans*)
  2. 18 years old or older
  3. A Singaporean Citizen/ Singapore Permanent Resident

This research has been approved by Singapore Management University Institutional Review Board with respect to the treatment of individuals participating in this research. All responses are anonymous, confidential, and no identifying information(including IP addressees) will be collected in this survey.

Contact Details

If you have any further questions you may contact the Principal Investigator (Mr Tan Kay Jin Rayner), by phone at (65)9187 8576 or by e-mail (, or the Thesis Supervisor (Assisitant Professor of Sociology, Dr Bussarawan Teerawichitchainan) at (65) 6828 0664 or by e-mail (

Furthermore, should you have any questions with regard to your rights of participation, you may contact the Institutional Review Board office by phone at (65) 6828 1925, or by e-mail (


Click here to participate in the survey.