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Integrated guidelines for developing epidemiologic profiles : HIV prevention and Ryan White CARE Act community planning
  • Published Date:
    February 2004
  • Language:
    English
Filetype[PDF-2.22 MB]


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    Abbreviations -- Executive summary -- -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- 1. Overview -- 2. The Need for integrated guidelines -- 3. Core concepts -- -- Chapter 2. Starting the Process -- 1. Determining the scope -- 2. Determining the content and organization of the profile -- 3. Determining the development process -- 4. Obtaining profile data -- 5. Identifying skills for preparing profiles -- 6. Understanding basic analytic concepts -- -- Chapter 3. Describing the Epidemic -- 1. Core epidemiologic questions -- 2. Special questions and considerations for Ryan White CARE Act grantees -- -- Chapter 4. Completing the Epidemiologic Profile -- 1. Making your profile user-friendly -- 2. Writing the remaining sections -- 3. Preparing oral presentations of your profile -- 4. Disseminating your profile -- -- Chapter 5. Special Considerations -- 1. Confidentiality -- 2. Special-needs populations -- 3. Comorbidity -- 4. Areas with low morbidity and minimal data -- -- Appendix -- Appendix A. Data Sources -- Appendix B. Data Sources by Jurisdiction -- Appendix C. Web Data for Core Epidemiologic Question 1 -- Appendix D. Table Formats for Mortality Data -- Appendix E. Table with Descriptions of Ryan White CARE Act Programs -- Appendix F. Planning Group Epidemiologic Profile Feedback Form -- Glossary -- References and Suggested Reading -- -- Sample: Integrated Epidemiologic Profile for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Planning-Louisiana.

    The Integrated Guidelines for Developing Epidemiologic Profiles: HIV Prevention and Ryan White CARE Act Community Planning have been developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Health Resources Services Administration to assist the persons who compile and interpret HIV prevention and care data for state, territorial, or local HIV/AIDS epidemiologic profiles. The purpose of the document is to provide one set of guidelines to help profile writers produce integrated epidemiologic profiles and advise them concerning how to interpret epidemiologic data in ways that are consistent and useful in meeting prevention and care planning needs. An example of an integrated epidemiologic profile from Louisiana is also included in this document.

    "The guidelines were developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Community Risk Profile Work Group with assistance from state, territorial, and local health departments and the Academy for Educational Development. Hazel Dean, CDC, and Celia Hayes, HRSA, led the development of the guidelines." - p. v

    Suggested citation: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Health Resources and Services Administration. Integrated Guidelines for Developing Epidemiologic Profiles: HIV Prevention and Ryan White CARE Act Community Planning. Atlanta, Georgia: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 2004.

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