STI/HIV Surveillance Program Reports
STI/HIV Surveillance Program
The STI/HIV Surveillance Program conducts surveillance and research to characterize and track STI/HIV infections in Colorado. There are three units within this program:
1.STI/HIV Surveillance 2.HIV Incidence and Resistance 3.STI/HIV Registry
- The program ensures compliance with and completeness of STI/HIV reporting, investigates HIV cases with no identified risk, provides blood borne pathogen information to first responders, health care workers, law enforcement and corrections personnel, and conducts HIV incidence and prevalence studies.
- The Registry Unit collects, compiles and disseminates information on gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia, and HIV infection, and contacts health care providers to ensure that clients receive adequate treatment. Staff identifies disease outbreaks and coordinates the response by CDPHE, collaborating agencies, and health care providers.
- The program synthesizes data from multiple sources to develop annual Colorado STI/HIV epidemiological profiles. These reports are used to inform and guide the state STI/HIV programs, and are disseminated to care providers, local health departments, community planning groups, researchers and the public.
CONFIDENTIAL REPORT OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS (click to open or download PDF)
CONFIDENTIAL REPORT OF HIV (click to open or download PDF)
HIV Incidence Surveillance Report, 2006 - 2009
HIV Transmitted Drug Resistance Report, 2006 - 2010
Navigation tabs on the left side of the screen can be clicked for:
- Quarterly HIV surveillance reports
- Annual profiles of sexually transmitted infections
- Five year county trends for STI/HIV in Colorado
Below you will find HIV epidemiology profiles for Colorado
HIV Epi Profile 2010
HIV/AIDS Epidemiological Profile 2009
HIV/AIDS Epidemiological Profile 2006
HIV/AIDS Epidemiological Profile 2004