Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Future Testing Intentions for HIV: United States, 2007–2010: Results from the National Health Interview Survey

@article{Murray2013RacialAE,
  title={Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Future Testing Intentions for HIV: United States, 2007–2010: Results from the National Health Interview Survey},
  author={Kenya Murray and Emeka Oraka},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2013},
  volume={18},
  pages={1247-1255}
}
This study examined racial/ethnic differences in rationale for intending to test for HIV. Data were analyzed from 98,971 adults from the 2007–2010 National Health Interview Survey. An estimated 38.5 % of respondents previously tested for HIV. Testing as part of a medical checkup or procedure was the most common reason for being tested among studied racial/ethnic groups. Non-Hispanic whites (80.7 %) and non-Hispanic Asians (71.2 %) had higher proportions (p < 0.001) of respondents that have not… CONTINUE READING
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