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AIDS in Gay America: Findings from Focus Groups

Between January and March 2012, the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Black AIDS Institute conducted focus groups in Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Dallas with men self-identifying as gay or bisexual to provide insight as to how HIV/AIDS is viewed in the gay community today, what actions are being taken to…

National Survey of Teens and Young Adults on HIV/AIDS

This national survey of 15-24 year olds about HIV/AIDS finds that nearly three times as many Black teens and young adults, and twice as many Latino youth, say HIV/AIDS is an issue that concerns them personally as compared to whites the same age. The poll, designed and analyzed by public…

Understanding the Impact of New Treatments on HIV Testing: Summary of a Forum

Recognizing this as a critical time in the HIV epidemic, the Kaiser Family Foundation convened a meeting on January 28 – 30, 1998 to re-examine HIV testing. Participants from community agencies, advocacy groups, national associations, and all levels of government, as well as researchers and legal experts, were brought together.…

National Survey of Teens and Young Adults on Sexual Health Public Education Campaigns -Toplines

National Survey of Teens and Young Adults on Sexual Health Public Education Campaigns – ToplinesThis random, nationally representative survey of 1,100 16-24 year olds, focuses specifically on the Kaiser/MTV campaign, Fight For Your Rights, and measures the sexual health attitudes, awareness, and behaviors of this target audience. This survey’s results…

Evolution of an Epidemic: 25 Years of HIV/AIDS Media Campaigns in the U.S.

This report focuses on how national media campaigns on HIV/AIDS have evolved over the last 25 years in the U.S., reflecting the changing nature of the disease as awareness and treatment have progressed. It also provides insight on the approaches, historical context and impact of leading national public education campaigns.Report…

Workplace Wellness Programs, Healthy Behaviors and Health Reform

Many large employers offer financial incentives to their employees to exercise regularly, improve their diets, lose weight and quit smoking. Health reform proposals would write some of these incentives into law. But some patient advocates say that, depending on how the incentives are structured, they can make coverage more expensive…

Pulling It Together: Bono, Jon Stewart and the HIV/AIDS Message

One of the most interesting conversations on a health topic happened recently on The Daily Show between Bono and Jon Stewart. Bono told Stewart that we were “at the beginning of the end of the AIDS epidemic,” promising an announcement the next day that would explain how a combination of…

Health Reform: Implications for Women’s Access to Coverage and Care

This issue brief, Health Reform: Implications for Women’s Access to Coverage and Care, reviews how the Affordable Care Act is expected to affect access to care and affordability of health coverage for women. It also explains the provisions in the health reform law related to preventive screening services, reproductive health, maternity care and women on Medicare. The brief includes national and state-level estimates of the percentage of uninsured women ages 18-64 who are likely to qualify for federal help under the law and a summary of key coverage and benefits provisions in the health reform law that affect women.

Additional Findings: HIV Testing

This chart pack is a supplemental report based on a subset of the Survey of Americans on HIV/AIDS and provides additional analysis on public opinion on HIV testing. A full survey report, including full question wording for results presented in this report is available here.Chartpack (.pdf)