HIV Prevention and Treatment Challenges in Rural America
Provides an overview of the prevalence of HIV and access to HIV prevention and treatment services in rural communities. Discusses challenges to providing and accessing HIV prevention and treatment efforts in rural areas, including the lack of local healthcare services, the cost of care, and HIV-related stigma. Describes federal programs that support HIV prevention and treatment services in rural areas. Offers policy recommendations to address these barriers and to reduce rural HIV disparities.
National Advisory Committee on Rural Health and Human Services
Access · HIV and AIDS · Health workforce supply and demand · Policy · Social determinants of health · Specialty care · State-by-state data · Statistics and data · Stigma · Transportation · State-by-state