The reports below use graphs, tables and text to describe trends in HIV/AIDS in Minnesota.
Recording of the HIV/Hepatitis/TB 2014 Data Release webinar presentation
- Welcome – Krissie Guerard, MS, STD and HIV Section Manager, MDH
- Highlights from the 2014 Minnesota HIV Surveillance Report – Jessica Brehmer, MPH, HIV Epidemiologist, MDH (01:00)
- TB in Minnesota Update—Sarah Gordon, MPH, TB Controller, MDH (17:40)
- Hepatitis A, B & C in Minnesota – Kristin Sweet, MPH, Hepatitis Epidemiologist, MDH (28:40)
Minnesota Treatment Cascade for People Living with HIV/AIDS
As part of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States, MDH has calculated an HIV treatment cascade using HIV surveillance data. These calculations help us better understand the HIV epidemic and the disparities that exist in the delivery of care among HIV positive people in Minnesota. April 2015
STD Surveillance Statistics
Graphs, tables and text that describe trends in sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in Minnesota. Includes data on: Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis and Chancroid.
HIV/AIDS among Men Who Have Sex with Men in Minnesota
Men who have sex with men (MSM) and men who have sex with men and use injection drugs (MSM/IDU) remain at increased risk for HIV infection in MN.
Epidemiological Profile of HIV/AIDS in Minnesota
The epidemiological (epi) profile presents data on the HIV epidemic in the state of Minnesota. The profile is intended to give the Community Cooperative Council on HIV/AIDS Prevention (CCCHAP) and the Minnesota HIV Services Planning Council (Planning Council).
HIV Subtype and Drug Resistance Surveillance
Program summary and related links.
Twin Cities Men's Health Survey
Results of the MDH survey of health and sexual behaviors of men conducted during the 2004 Twin Cities GLBT Pride celebration in Minneapolis.
STD/HIV Laboratory Survey
In 2008, MDH conducted a survey of 120 laboratories to assess STD testing and reporting practices. The results for chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis and HIV testing and reporting practices from survey respondents are now available.
Supplement to HIV Surveillance (SHAS) Project Summary
Results of the 2000-2003 Supplement to HIV Surveillance study
Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Among Blacks in Minnesota
Data from the MDH shows disproportionately higher rates of STDs among blacks in MN compared with rates among other race groups. 2006
Provides an annual review of communicable disease occurrence in Minnesota, including HIV and AIDS.
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