Take the US HIV Workforce Survey
April 18, 2013
HIV Advocates, Peer Educators, Case Managers, Outreach workers, Client service providers, Patient navigators, HIV prevention workers,
We want to personally invite you to take the US HIV Workforce survey!
The US HIV Workforce Survey is designed to assess the knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs of the United States HIV/AIDS workforce. The survey takes only 15 minutes to complete. It consists of 62 questions: 21 demographic and screening questions, 26 on general HIV/AIDS knowledge, and 15 questions about biomedical interventions. Subjects will have 60 seconds to answer each question on general HIV/AIDS knowledge, but there is no time limit for any other question.
Take the survey here.
The survey will be open until May 1, 2013. Once you are done, please feel free to pass this invitation along to your colleagues. In appreciation for your time, you will receive a $5 gift card and your email address will be entered for a drawing to win a Kindle Fire.
The Black AIDS Institute would love to hear your comments regarding your experience, so please post a message on our Facebook page or tweet about it on Twitter using #HIVKAB2013.
Survey partners: Black AIDS Institute, National Alliance for State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD), and the Latino Commission on AIDS.
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