Publications from the HIV/STD Program
||General topics (in order from most recent at top of list)
- Survey Summary: Barriers to Routine HIV Screening in King County
- Intersecting Infections of Public Health Significance: The Epidemiology of HIV, Hepatitis, STDs and Tuberculosis in King County, 2008 (PDF, 2 Mb)
- Strategic and Operational Plan for HIV Prevention in King County (PDF)
The HIV/STD Program for Public Health Seattle & King County has been a leader in working to reduce the impact of HIV and AIDS in our community through prevention and treatment services. Far too many have suffered from HIV/AIDS epidemic across the world and in our community, but with the help of many community partners we have been effective in reducing its local impact.
- Now That You Know Guide (PDF, 2.3 Mb)
Now That You Know is a new booklet for people who have recently learned that they have HIV. It contains basic information and tools including community and web based resources to assist people in assessing their immediate needs for living with HIV. To order print copies, please call the HIV/STD Program at 206-296-4649.
- A compendium guide to crystal meth among gay and bisexual men (PDF)
- Proyecto Conociendonos ("Getting To Know Us")
Assessing the HIV Prevention and Counseling/Testing Needs of the Latino Population in King County
- African Immigrant Project (PDF)
Many people have been worried about the HIV/AIDS prevention and care needs among the growing African immigrant population, potentially numbering over 20,000 in our urban region of Washington State.
- Seattle RARE Project: Rapid Assessment, Response and Evaluation
In Seattle-King County, as in the U.S. as a whole, epidemiological data indicate that HIV and AIDS are disproportionately affecting African Americans and foreign-born Black immigrants.
- HIV Care Services Comprehensive Needs Assessment
The comprehensive needs assessment provides a “snapshot” of community services, priorities, and gaps as identified by consumers and providers in 2005.
- Epidemiology reports
- Questions and answers about HIV and AIDS