Survey of Americans on HIV/AIDS — Part Three: Experiences and Opinions by Race/Ethnicity and Age
These findings are the third part of a national survey of Americans’ views on HIV/AIDS, “Survey of Americans on HIV/AIDS,” conducted in spring 2004. It explores the views and experiences of, as well as the key differences among, African Americans, Latinos, Whites, and young people. The first part of the survey, on global HIV/AIDS, was released on June 2, 2004. The second part of the survey, on HIV Testing, was released on June 15, 2004. The survey findings were released at an August 4, 2004 briefing for journalists held in conjunction with a daylong seminar conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation in partnership with the UNITY: Journalists of Color conference in Washington, DC.
also of interest
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- National Survey of Teens and Young Adults on HIV/AIDS
- Putting Men's Health Care Disparities On The Map: Access and Utilization Highlights
- Responding to AIDS at Home and Abroad: How the U.S. and Other High Income Countries Compare