This survey represents a broad examination of the current state of HIV primary care and incorporates responses from a wide range of PCPs in various health systems, including: nonclinical staff, clinicians, managers, and administrators. The results of this survey will help healthcare providers, policy makers, organizations, and communities advance effective HIV prevention, care, treatment, and support.
This survey represents an exploration of terms people associate with multiculturalism and cultural competency. The results of this survey reveal a perceptual gap among racial and ethnic groups over which terms define multiculturalism, which should be considered when developing culturally competent HIV services.
This survey examines the impact the recent oil spill is having on HIV care delivery in communities along the Gulf of Mexico Coast. The results of this survey reveal more than half of people living with HIV report an impact, while half of HIV service providers who responded need assistance planning for displaced clients.
Upcoming Surveys and Reports
National Survey on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)
HealthHIV is conducting a survey to understand if, and how, people with HIV are using CAM to replace, support, or enhance their HIV therapy and well-being.
According to the National Institutes of Health, complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) are a group of diverse medical and health care systems, practices, and products not generally considered part of conventional medicine. Some examples of CAM include: diet therapy, exercise, acupuncture, massage, herbal supplements, and yoga.
This survey will assist health care providers, policy makers, and people living with HIV to make more informed decisions regarding prescribing, funding and using CAM to replace, support, or enhance HIV therapies.
To more information on any of HealthHIV's upcoming surveys, please to contact our Research and Evaluation team, or call 202-232-6749.