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Reports: HIV/AIDS

Thursday, February 20, 2014
Louisiana HIV/AIDS Annual Report Archive

STD and HIV infection in Louisiana requires responsive interventions to decrease new infections, slow HIV disease progression, increase individual awareness of STD and HIV status, and help ensure access to medical care for persons who have HIV or need treatment for an STD. The 2010 STD/HIV Program Report provides a thorough surveillance profile, as well as descriptions of the state’s prevention, counseling and testing, care, services, housing, and evaluation programs. While many challenges remain, the report highlights several areas of progress.

Thursday, February 20, 2014
Louisiana HIV/AIDS Quarterly Report Archive

Louisiana HIV/AIDS Quarterly Reports Presented by Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, Office of Public Health.

Friday, November 04, 2011
Louisiana HIV Fact Sheets

The HIV epidemic continues to have a significant impact on the public health of Louisiana. Louisiana Statistical information related to HIV/AIDS are available here.

Monday, July 19, 2010
Louisiana PLWHA 2008 Needs Assessments

This report was prepared for the Louisiana HIV/AIDS Program (HAP) of the Office of Public Health within the Department of Health and Hospitals. The purpose of this needs assessment is to gain understanding of the current care service needs of People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) throughout Louisiana and within each of the nine administrative regions. In particular, the assessment aims to provide an accurate estimate of the extent of PLWHA’s unmet primary care and HIV-related support service needs, their experiences in accessing those services, the perceived barriers to those services, and some insight into their reported knowledge of those services. Our aim in constructing this statewide assessment was to collect opinions, perceptions, and experiences from a group of people that is as representative of people living with HIV/AIDS in Louisiana as is possible.