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The HIV Care and Treatment Program conducts special studies in order to assess the needs of people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH/A) and to evaluate whether the services currently being delivered successfully meet those needs. Results from these studies help guide HIV service planners as they design, implement, and improve the Ryan White-funded system of care.

On this page:

  • Part B HIV Case Management Service 2015 Survey Results
  • Food & Nutrition for People Living with HIV/AIDS
  • Executive Summary: Investigating How to Change Systems of HIV Care in Oregon to Support Smoking Cessation
  • Descriptive Epidemiology of Newly Reported Hispanic HIV/AIDS Cases in Oregon, 2010
  • 2014 OHOP Satisfaction Report

  • Part B HIV Case Management Service 2015 Survey Results

    In July of 2015, a survey was mailed to Part B Case Management clients to assess experience with the program, including experiences working with program staff, types of help needed and received through case management program agencies, and challenges with the program.

    Part B HIV Case Management Service 2015 Survey Results
    Food & Nutrition for People Living with HIV/AIDS

      Oregon's HIV Care and Treatment program contracted with PDES to conduct a resource assessment of food and nutritional service providers across Oregon (e.g., food banks, congregate meal programs) to determine availability, accessibility, and appropriateness of existing services to serve populations with chronic illnesses, such as PLWH/A.

      Food and Nutrition Report, 2014​

      Executive Summary: Investigating How to Change Systems of HIV Care in Oregon to Support Smoking Cessation

      Many people living with HIV (PLWH) use tobacco, which is associated with preventable adverse health outcomes.  However, little is known about how to tailor cessation interventions for PLWH.

      2013 Executive Summary: Investigating How to Change Systems of HIV Care in Oregon to Support Smoking Cessation

      Descriptive Epidemiology of Newly Reported Hispanic HIV/AIDS Cases in Oregon, 2010

      The objectives of this surveillance project were to describe demographic characteristics, risk behaviors, HIV testing and care patterns, and the social context of HIV among Hispanics living with HIV in Oregon.
       
      2010 Descriptive Epidemiology of Newly Reported Hispanic HIV/AIDS Cases in Oregon


      2014 OHOP Satisfaction Report

      Summary of OHOP program satisfaction evaluation design and findings.

      2014 OHOP Satisfaction Report