3 edition of Findings from the Latino HIV Prevention Needs Assessment Project found in the catalog.
Findings from the Latino HIV Prevention Needs Assessment Project
Minnesota. Dept. of Health. Community Cooperative Council on HIV/AIDS Prevention.
|Statement||Community Cooperative Council on HIV/AIDS Prevention, Minnesota Department of Health, STD and HIV Section.|
|Contributions||Minnesota. Dept. of Health. STD and HIV Section.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||2005364325|
Latino HIV/AIDS Prevention Initiative, Latino HIV/AIDS Prevention Initiative, Lead: Project Concern International Core Partners: ¾UCLA Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center, (LA-PAETC) ¾Center for Behavioral Epidemiology and Community Health, (CBEACH) Goals: ¾Increase the HIV prevention/care skills and knowledge of health and File Size: KB. Used by some men to deal with the realities of HIV disease. Needs Assessment: Emotional Well-Being Low self-esteem, loneliness, depression reported to be common among gay/bi men. Attributed to lack of social acceptance, homophobia, discrimination. Depression following an HIV diagnosis.
In order to identify community needs and advocacy priorities, we conducted a needs assessment in the summer of The needs assessment was released online and made available across the U.S. Key questions focused on barriers to health and well-being for transgender people living with HIV and on their legal and health priorities. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) contains a provision that requires all nonprofit hospitals to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and an Implementation Plan every three years. The first chapter of this book provides a comprehensive analysis of the CHNA process, the priorities identified in the CHNA, and the implementation .
HIV Prevention and Health Service Needs of the Transgender Community in San Francisco by Kristen Clements, MPH, Willy Wilkinson, Kerrily Kitano, Rani Marx. Il s'agit de l'un des articles parus dans le numéro spécial de l'International Journal of Transgenderism consacré en à "Transgenders and HIV: risks, prevention and care. HIV/AIDS Integrated Needs Assessment - Palm Beach County Methodology In accordance with the community engagement model described above, the data collection process began with a systems analysis through the local HIV service providers, as reflected in the outermost ring of the CID model shown in the figure Size: 6MB.
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Previous NCLR/CSULB Center HIV/AIDS prevention program findings o Latino Families HIV/AIDS Needs Assessment & Prevention Project –Funded by Office of Minority Health () o Break the Silence: Rompe El Silencio Intergenerational HIV/AIDS Prevention Program –Funded by Office on Women’s Health ().
Request PDF | HIV and AIDS prevention needs of Latinos and service providers in California | Background: California ranks second in the country for the largest number of. Our findings offer implications for development of an HIV prevention intervention for Latino male gang members.
Parental Protectiveness and Unprotected Sexual Activity among Latino Adolescent Mothers and Fathers Authors: Janna Lesser, Deborah Koniak-Griffin, Rong Huang, Sumiko Takayanagi and William G.
Cumberland. THE NEW RESPONSE: HIV /AIDS & LATINOS IN THE DEEP SOUTH SOUTH PROJECT DEEP Year HIV incidence Latino HIV diag. Lat. % of total 22 % 23 % * 31* %* low-up symposium in October on applying HIV prevention research findings to the Latino population and identifying priorities for future studies.
CIPCEN was a multi-national cooperative on HIV/AIDS prevention which focused on developing and sustaining linkages for HIV prevention technologies between US Latino-serving organizations and Central American agencies in Honduras and Guatemala.
The Evaluation of a Latino Community Health Worker HIV Prevention Program Article in Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences 27(3).
New Directions for Culturally Relevant Latino Community Involvement in HIV/AIDS Prevention and Services Research. Produced by the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), inprovides an extensive analysis of the growing HIV/AIDS crisis among Latino subgroups in the U.S., incorporating existing literature, findings from numerous community-based.
Sixteen percent of men who have sex with men living with HIV/AIDS are Latino, and among Latino males (who self-identify as either homosexual or heterosexual), the highest category of HIV exposure is through sexual contact with other men (CDC, b).
There is no question that prevention interventions need to target this vulnerable group and that the. The needs assessment subcommittee included representatives from Los Angeles Youth Network, My Friend’s Place, the Saban Free clinic, Covenant House California, Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center, the Los Angeles County Office of AIDS Programs and Policy, and Childrens Hospital Los Angeles.
Review of the needs assessment process that RWHAP Part A planning councils/planning bodies conduct annually, with a case study on consumer leadership of the needs assessment process.
Strategies and Lessons Learned for Consumer and Stakeholder Engagement in Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Planning and Implementation. IHAP TA. HIV Prevention Planning Committee Community Needs Assessment An Analysis of Gaps in HIV Prevention Services Mike Janson, MPH Saloniki Osorio, MA Jennifer Felderman, MA Planning & Research Division Office of AIDS Programs & Policy Los Angeles County HIV Prevention Planning Committee July 6, File Size: KB.
From CDC's Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention. CDC HIV Information En Español From CDC's Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention. Geographic Differences in HIV Infection Among Hispanics or Latinos—46 States and Puerto Rico, From CDC's MMWR Weekly; Octo / 61(40): – The State of Latinos in HIV Prevention Community Planning.
There is limited knowledge about whether the delivery of evidence-based, HIV prevention interventions in ‘real world’ settings will produce outcomes similar to efficacy trial outcomes. In this study, we describe longitudinal changes in sexual risk outcomes among African American and Hispanic participants in the Video Opportunities for Innovative Condom Cited by: A community needs assessment provides community leaders with a snapshot of local policy, systems, and environmental change strategies currently in place and helps to identify areas for improvement.
With this data, communities can map out a course for health improvement by creating strategies to make positive and sustainable changes in their. HIV and AIDS have become major threats in the Latino community, a community that has been disadvantaged even prior to AIDS due to minority status, economic disparities, and language barriers.
HIV presents a particular threat to Latinos because of certain cultural issues that make HIV prevention challenging.
Pennsylvania HIV Community Planning Group (HPG). The HIV Prevention and Care Project (HPCP) of the Graduate School of Public Health at the University of Pittsburgh collaborates with the HPG, providing research support and expertise throughout the needs assessment process.
Research activities include scientific literature reviews on pertinent. True False A community needs assessment is the same as an assessment of the organization’s management infrastructure. True False A community needs assessment entails focus groups and public forums.
True False The community needs assessment is external. Check answers on p after reading the manual Size: 4MB. Project Salud was conceived as a community-based participatory research (CBPR) project with the goal of engaging the LMW community in the Homestead/Florida City area in the development and implementation of a culturally tailored HIV prevention by: acknowledged that The Office of HIV Planning released a report in on HIV prevention and care needs that included a section on the transgender population.
Our plan for the needs assessment would include a broader picture of the experiences of transgender communities byFile Size: KB. Assessing the HIV Prevention and Counseling/Testing Needs of the Latino Population in King County HIV/AIDS Planning Council set aside funds to conduct a needs assessment to find out more about the Latino community.
The purpose of the assessment was to gather information from the Finally the project sought information from foreign-born. DSHS HIV/STD Program. Post Office BoxMC Austin, Texas Phone: () Email the HIV/STD Program. Email data requests to HIV/STD Program - This email can be used to request data and statistics on HIV, TB, and STDs in cannot be used to get treatment or infection history for individuals, or to request information on programs.
These findings point to the need for further investigation of HIV risk among FTMs and suggest that HIV prevention efforts should target FTMs as well as MTFs. The findings on suicide support data from previous studies that suicide is a major health concern among transgender people (Clements et al., ; Xavier, ).Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence and HIV in Women Mechanisms • Findings from the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS) indicate supporting perinatal HIV prevention campaigns, enhanced surveillance for HIV-6 for.