Monitoring HIV care in the United States : indicators and by Morgan A Ford; Carol Mason Spicer

By Morgan A Ford; Carol Mason Spicer

Show description

Read or Download Monitoring HIV care in the United States : indicators and data systems PDF

Similar allied health professions books

Mobile Health Solutions for Biomedical Applications

Healthcare platforms at the moment are experiencing various demanding situations with the combination of cellular and ubiquitous know-how. cellular wellbeing and fitness options for Biomedical purposes offers a global viewpoint at the merits of cellular healthiness expertise and describes varied examples and functions carried out in international healthcare.

Handbook of communication and emotion: research, theory, applications, and contexts

Emotion is once more on the leading edge of analysis in social psychology and character. The guide of verbal exchange and Emotion presents a accomplished examine the questions and solutions of curiosity within the box: How are particular feelings (fear, jealousy, anger, love) communicated? How does the effectiveness, or ineffectiveness, of this communique have an effect on relationships?

Common Sense Dictionary for First Responders

This booklet is a thesaurus of phrases beneficial to responders to emergency events. part I contains phrases universal in concerns in terms of damaging fabrics, chemistry, the surroundings, firefighting, EMS, protecting garments, radioactivity, chemical war brokers, and different emergency subject matters. part II is a finished record of abbreviations and acronyms that relate to the subjects lined within the first part.

Extra resources for Monitoring HIV care in the United States : indicators and data systems

Sample text

These additional indicators are included in Figure S-1 and discussed in detail in Chapter 2 of the report. Demographic data on PLWHA have to be collected to monitor the impact of the NHAS and ACA on improvements in HIV-related health disparities. The committee found that many crucial data elements, such as gender identity, sexual orientation, sexual risk behaviors, geographic marker of residence, income, primary means of reimbursement for medical services, and level of acculturation as reflected in primary language are not routinely collected in many of the federal data systems that it reviewed.

The report outlines key activities that agencies are undertaking for each of the three NHAS goals as well as to increase coordination of HIV programs and improve mechanisms to monitor and report on progress toward achieving national goals. PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. Monitoring HIV Care in the United States: Indicators and Data Systems 24 MONITORING HIV CARE IN THE UNITED STATES BOX 1-1 National HIV/AIDS Strategy Action Steps and Targets Reducing New HIV infections Action Steps:  Intensify HIV prevention efforts in communities where HIV is most heavily concentrated.

Adopt community-level approaches to reduce HIV infection in high-risk communities.  Reduce stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV. Targets:  By 2015, increase the proportion of HIV diagnosed gay and bisexual men with undetectable viral load by 20 percent.  By 2015, increase the proportion of HIV diagnosed Black Americans with undetectable viral load by 20 percent.  By 2015, increase the proportion of HIV diagnosed Latinos with undetectable viral load by 20 percent. PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS Copyright © National Academy of Sciences.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.85 of 5 – based on 7 votes

Related posts