Montreal

What is Engage Montreal?

  • The objective of the Engage study is to provide an up-to-date portrait of various aspects related to the sexual health of gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (gbMSM). This information aims to support prevention interventions.
  • Participants are residents of Vancouver, Toronto or Montréal, and have been sexually active with other men in the past 6 months. Montréal’s public health department is doing the Montréal component of the study in collaboration with a team of representatives from community organizations, universities and public health.
  • Engage is the most recent study of gbMSM undertaken in Québec that combines observations collected through a questionnaire and biological samples. The last study of this nature dates back to 2008.  
  • Recruiting a representative sample of a specific population always presents a challenge. The Engage study used an adapted form of chain referral sampling: participants were recruited through people who have already participated in the study. All participants are invited to continue their participation by returning at 6-month intervals to complete a questionnaire and provide biological samples. 

Engage Montreal is currently inviting participants for another cycle of data collection.

Have you received an email or a phone call inviting you to book your one-year follow-up appointment?

Book your appointment now!

All participants will be contacted by a member of the Engage Montreal study staff to book a another follow-up appointment.

Participating in the Engage one-year follow-up visit will provide information on the real-time evolution of the sexual health of men who have sex with men over time and is an excellent opportunity to make a very precious and tangible contribution to advancing men’s sexual health in Montreal and across Canada.

Much like previous Engage study visits, to compensate you for your time and transportation costs, you will receive 50$ cash at the end of your visit. For this follow-up visit, you will not be asked to recruit other men to participate in this study.


2017-2018 HIGHLIGHTS

The first publication by Engage Montreal


If you have questions concerning the research project or if you have a problem you think may be related to your participation in the research project, you may communicate with the principal investigators:

Dr. Joseph Cox (514-528-2400 x3630)

Dr. Gilles Lambert (514-528-2400 x3802)

For any question concerning your rights as a research participant, comment or complaint, you may communicate with the MUHC Office of the Ombudsman.

email : ombudsman@muhc.mcgill.ca

phone: 514-934-1934 x35655

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Engage Montreal

1223A Atateken

Montréal, QC H2L 3K9

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Hours

Monday: 11am - 6pm
Tuesday: 2 - 8pm
Wednesday: 12 - 8pm
Thursday: 12 - 8pm
Friday: 11am - 6pm
Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: Closed

 

Montreal Team

Dr. Joseph Cox
Dr. Gilles Lambert
Marc Messier-Peet
Herak Apelian
Mélanie Charron
Guillaume Thériault
Xavier Lacombe-Longpré 
William Pardoe
John Nichols
Fredérick Provonost
Alex Clifford

 

Community Partners

RÉZO
ACCM
Maison Plein Coeur
ASSTEQ
COCQ-SIDA

 

Co-investigators

Michel Alary – Université Laval
Jorge Flores Aranda – Université de Sherbrooke
Martin Blais – UQAM
Pierre Côté – Clinique Quartier Latin
François Coutlee - CHUM
Eric Latimer – Université McGill
Bertrand Lebouché – Université McGill
Ken Monteith - COCQ-SIDA
Joanne Otis – UQAM
Bouchra Serhir – INSPQ
Réjean Thomas – Clinique L’Actuel
David Thompson – REZO
Cécile Tremblay – CHUM

 

 

Students & Trainees

Carla Doyle
Julian Hughes
Tyler Brown
Simonne Harvey-Lavoie
Charlotte Lanièce

 

Telephone: 514-260-0966
Email: montreal@engagemen.ca

Local Partners

REZO Le CIUSSS ACCM COCQ-SIDA Maison Plein Coeur ASTTEQ