HealthHIV is conducting its Fourth Annual State of HIV Primary Care National Survey™ in two parts, with Part 1 focusing on HIV treatment and Part 2 on HIV prevention. This survey will assess the current state of HIV care and services along the HIV care continuum. The HIV field is continuously evolving in response to developments like the Ending the HIV Epidemic initiative, the COVID-19 pandemic, and advances in biomedical interventions. These developments speak to the need for an updated assessment of the HIV primary care landscape in 2022. This brief yet important survey will help HealthHIV evaluate provider needs and determine educational offerings on HIV prevention, care, and treatment.
Who Should Take the Survey?
This survey is intended for all providers of HIV services, including health care providers (doctors, nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, pharmacists), community health workers, behavioral and mental health providers, public health workers, social workers, and administrative and leadership staff.
Your feedback is extremely valuable and will be critical to helping determine needs, services, programs, and planning to address quality HIV care and services nationwide. All individual responses are kept confidential and all data will be reported in aggregate form only.