U.S. HIV Workforce Survey Re-Launched in Spanish!
November 4, 2013
The Black AIDS Institute, the Latino Commission on AIDS and National Alliance for State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD) has re-launched the U.S. HIV Workforce Survey in Spanish, a national assessment of the knowledge, attitudes and beliefs of people who work in HIV/AIDS.
While understanding the science of HIV is critically important for both treatment and prevention, the level of knowledge of the current work force is not clear. The goal is to better understand what members of the HIV workforce know and don't know about the science of HIV/AIDS, so that appropriate training, capacity building and technical assistance can be created to end the AIDS epidemic in America.
Go here between now and November 21 to take the survey online!
The 62-question survey, available in Spanish, consists of 21 demographic and screening questions, 26 knowledge questions, and 15 questions about biomedical interventions. Survey participants will have 60 seconds to answer each knowledge question, but there is no time limit for all other questions.
This article was provided by Latino Commission on AIDS.
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