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HIV in Ireland 2017. Findings from the National HIV knowledge and attitudes survey 2017 and People living with HIV stigma survey 2017. Summary report.

Creator:

HIV Ireland

Subject Keywords: Communicable Disease
Set: Chronic Conditions
Conditions
Catalogue: Research and Evaluation
Report
Type: Report
Region: Republic of Ireland
Description:

This research contains data from two surveys; the first is the National HIV Attitudes and Knowledge Survey and the second is the People Living with HIV Stigma Survey. These two surveys present us with valuable insights into the views and attitudes of the whole population as well as the lives of people living with HIV in Ireland in 2017. The story this data tells captures how people living with HIV are viewed within Irish society, and how HIV impacts on their everyday lives and experiences. This is not an insignificant issue - over 7,500 people have been newly diagnosed with HIV in Ireland since the 1990â?Ts. HIV Ireland estimate that approximately 4,000 people are knowingly living with HIV in Ireland today.

Date:

01/09/2017

Rights: Public
Suggested citation:

HIV Ireland. (2017) HIV in Ireland 2017. Findings from the National HIV knowledge and attitudes survey 2017 and People living with HIV stigma survey 2017. Summary report. [Online]. Available from: http://www.thehealthwell.info/node/1116773 [Accessed: 15th December 2017].

  

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