Survey Brief: Views and Experiences with HIV Testing in the U.S.
This survey brief, based on the 2009 Survey of Americans on HIV/AIDS, takes a deeper look at the U.S. public’s attitudes towards and reported experiences with HIV testing, including which groups are most likely to report being tested for HIV, reasons for being tested or not being tested, communications with doctors and partners about HIV/AIDS, information needs related to testing, and perceptions of testing-related stigma.
Survey Brief (.pdf)
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