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EPIDEMIOLOGY PROFILE 2007


HIV & AIDS IN VIRGINIA


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Epidemiology Profile 2007 is accessible as a complete document or in smaller printer-friendly sections, see below.

All documents are organized under the following three sections:

Introduction, Core Epidemiologic Questions, and HIV/AIDS Care.

 

PREFACE.

 

Introduction

Abbreviations and Technical Notes

 

SECTION ONE.

Core Epidemiologic Questions

  What are the sociodemographic characteristics of the general population in Virginia?
What is the scope of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Virginia?
What are the indicators of risk for HIV/AIDS in Virginia?

Note: The first ten risk indicators are priority populations and the proceeding four are populations of special interest, both of which were identified by the Virginia HIV Community Planning Committee in the 2008 Comprehensive HIV Prevention Plan.

Persons Living with HIV/AIDS
Black
Men who have sex with men
Multiple heterosexual contacts
Transgender
Injection drug users
Homeless and HIV risk
Youth
Incarcerated and HIV risk
Hispanic
Mental Illness and HIV risk
Sex Workers
Older Adults
Asians and Pacific Islanders
Rural Areas and HIV Risk
Tuberculosis and HIV Coinfection
African Born
Methamphetamine use and HIV risk
Sexual violence
Pediatric

 

SECTION TWO.

HIV/AIDS Care

  What are the patterns of service utilization of HIV-infected person in Virginia?
What are the number and characteristics of persons who know they are HIV positive but who are not receiving primary medical care?

 

For questions regarding Epidemiology Profile 2007,

contact the HIV/STD/Viral Hepatitis Hotline at 1-800-533-4148 or hiv-stdhotline@vdh.virginia.gov.

 

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Last Updated: 12-01-2011

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