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AIDSVu: Using Data Visualization to End HIV

Chandni Jaggi, MPH – Public Health Program Associate, Emory University Rollins School of Public Health

Elizabeth Pembleton, MPH – Research Program Manager, Emory University

Abstract:

AIDSVu is an interactive online mapping tool that visualizes the impact of the HIV epidemic on communities across the United States to increase disease awareness and promote data-driven public health decision-making. Utilizing data from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, local health departments, and prescription analytics, AIDSVu allows users to explore the HIV epidemic at the state-, county-, and ZIP Code-levels. The map visualizes HIV-related data by race/ethnicity, sex, age and transmission category, and shows how HIV is related to various social determinants of health, such as high school education and poverty. AIDSVu allows users to locate services for HIV prevention, testing and care, and also includes NIH-funded HIV prevention, vaccine, and treatment trial locations. The site also has local data pages with profiles for 33 U.S. cities, 49 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico, offering easy-to-understand, printable snapshots that summarize the impact of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.


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