What is AMIS?
The American Men’s Internet Survey (AMIS) is an annual cross-sectional online HIV behavioral survey of men who have sex with men (MSM) in the United States. The primary objective of AMIS is to monitor trends in HIV risk behavior, use of HIV testing services, and access to prevention services among gay and bisexual men in order to improve public health services for HIV prevention. The survey is conducted in annual cycles with a goal of at least 10,000 complete surveys of MSM participants each year. The first cycle was completed in May 2013, and the seventh cycle was recently completed in December 2019.
Why is this study important?
Who is eligible to participate?
- At least 15 years old
- Resident of the US
- History of oral or anal sex with a man, or identifies as gay or bisexual
- Able to complete the survey in English
What kinds of information are collected?
Click here to access the full survey materials for each AMIS cycle.