HIV/AIDS in Rural America
Duration: approximately minutes
|Kirk D. Henny, PhD, Epidemiologist, Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (Epidemiology Branch), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
|Pamela Klein, PhD, Health Scientist, HIV/AIDS Bureau, Division of Policy and Data, Health Resources and Services Administration|
|Michael Murphree, CEO, Medical Advocacy and Outreach|
The recent CDC report, HIV Incidence: Estimated Annual Infections in the U.S., 2010-2016, estimates that the decrease in Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infections has plateaued because effective HIV prevention and treatment are not adequately reaching individuals with the highest need for these services; such as those in rural areas.
This webinar will provide an overview of the "Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America" initiative, discuss the distribution of HRSA-funded Ryan White HIV/AIDS medical providers in rural areas of the U.S., and highlight the work of a current Ryan White recipient working in rural Alabama.
- HIV Testing in 50 Local Jurisdictions Accounting for the Majority of New HIV Diagnoses and Seven States with Disproportionate Occurrence of HIV in Rural Areas, 2016–2017
- Special Issue: HIV in the South: Context, Responses, Challenges, and Partnership Opportunities for Ending the Epidemic
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