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Commissioner Choucair's presentation for NLAAD at The Center on Halsted

Commissioner Choucair's presentation for NLAAD at The Center on Halsted

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  • {"17":"Partnerships have been key to the Healthy Chicago successes we’ve seen thus far. On this slide are many of the agencies we work with on Healthy Chicago priorities – Hospitals, community development corporations, public agencies, FQHC’s, universities, businesses and more – have all played an important role. \n"}

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  • 1. 2013 National Latino AIDS Awareness Day October 17, 2013 Bechara Choucair, MD Commissioner Chicago Department of Public Health @Choucair City of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel #NLAAD Chicago Department of Public Health Commissioner Bechara Choucair, M.D.
  • 2. HEALTHY CHICAGO CHICAGO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH TRANSFORMING THE HEALTH OF OUR CITY CHICAGO ANSWERS THE CALL
  • 3. Healthy Chicago Strategies to Reach National HIV/AIDS Strategy- 3 Goals 1. Reduce new HIV infections 2. Increase access to care and improve health outcomes for people living with HIV 3. Reducing HIV-related health disparities
  • 4. Healthy Chicago HIV Prevention Goal
  • 5. Healthy Chicago Strategies to Reach National HIV/AIDS Strategy Goals 1. Reduce new HIV infections • Support HIV testing for over 58,000 high-risk individuals annually • Work with partners to distribute 10 million condoms annually • Implement on-line services to facilitate the identification of partners of newly diagnosed HIV cases • Work with hospitals, medical schools and physician residency programs to encourage integration of opt-out testing in protocols and curricula • Support partner agencies in the distribution of over three million syringes, in conjunction with prevention education information, to injection drug users
  • 6. Healthy Chicago Strategies to Reach NHAS Goals 2. Increase access to care and improve health outcomes for people living with HIV  Lead efforts and develop partnerships/collaborations to expand linkage to care for HIV-positive individuals currently not in care  Link 80% of individuals who were previously HIV-positive and newly diagnosed with syphilis to care within 90 days of diagnosis  Promote integration of hepatitis, tuberculosis, and STI testing for HIV infected persons  Implement the Get Real, Get Care campaign to promote linkage to care for persons newly diagnosed with HIV
  • 7. Healthy Chicago Strategies to Reach the NHAS Goals 3. Reducing HIV-related health disparities • Pilot combination prevention strategies in communities with the highest incidence and prevalence of HIV • Implement the Greater Than campaign to deliver prevention messages.
  • 8. Changes in Chicago’s HIV Epidemic
  • 9. Trends in HIV Infection Diagnoses, Chicago
  • 10. HIV Infection Diagnoses by Race/Gender and Risk
  • 11. Latino MSM HIV Infections by Age
  • 12. Unrecognized HIV Infection by Race, NHBS Chicago 2011 Black White Hispanic Total Total HIV + # 46 35 14 Unaware HIV + 2008 # 16 3 4 (%) 35 9 21 (%) 66 23 50 95 23 24 50
  • 13. HIV Infection Diagnosis Rate (per 100,000) by Community Area, Chicago, through 2011 No Cases/Small Numbers (suppressed) 1 9 2 10 76 9.4 - 25.5 12 77 13 11 25.6 - 39.7 4 17 18 1 Rogers Park 2 West Ridge 3 Uptown 4 Lincoln Square 5 North Center 6 Lake View 7 Lincoln Park 8 Near North Side 9 Edison Park 10 Norwood Park 11 Jefferson Park 12 Forest Glen 13 North Park 14 Albany Park 15 Portage Park 16 Irving Park 17 Dunning 18 Montclare 19 Belmont Cragin 20 Hermosa 21 Avondale 22 Logan Square 23 Humboldt Park 24 West Town 25 Austin 26 West Garfield Park 27 East Garfield Park 28 Near West Side 29 North Lawndale 30 South Lawndale 31 Lower West Side 32 Loop 33 Near South Side 34 Armour Square 35 Douglas 36 Oakland 37 Fuller Park 38 Grand Boulevard 39 Kenwood 40 Washington Park 41 Hyde Park 42 Woodlawn 43 South Shore 44 Chatham 45 Avalon Park 46 South Chicago 47 Burnside 48 Calumet Heights 49 Roseland 50 Pullman 51 South Deering 52 East Side 53 West Pullman 54 Riverdale 55 Hegewisch 56 Garfield Ridge 57 Archer Heights 58 Brighton Park 59 Mckinley Park 60 Bridgeport 61 New City 62 West Elsdon 63 Gage Park 64 Clearing 65 West Lawn 66 Chicago Lawn 67 West Englewood 68 Englewood 69 Greater Grand Crossing 70 Ashburn 71 Auburn Gresham 72 Beverly 73 Washington Heights 74 Mount Greenwood 75 Morgan Park 76 Ohare 77 Edgewater 3 16 15 5 25 22 20 64.1 - 108.2 6 21 19 8 27 26 Highest Number of Latino PLWHA • Logan Square 7 24 23 Chicago Communities 39.8 - 64.0 14 32 28 29 Highest number of Latino Males Living with HIV/AIDS • Uptown 33 31 30 60 59 34 35 36 58 57 56 38 37 61 63 62 64 66 65 39 41 40 67 69 70 71 43 45 44 47 72 46 48 73 49 74 Highest Number of New Infections Among Latinos • Lakeview 42 68 52 50 51 75 53 54 55 Highest Number of New Infections Among Latino Males • Rogers Park
  • 14. 2010 HIV Continuum of Care *Percentage of 2009 diagnoses linked to care within 3 months
  • 15. Conclusion: Putting Data To Use •We know how many people have HIV/AIDS •We know how many new diagnoses we have every year •We know which neighborhood affected •We know how sexual partners are found
  • 16. BUILDING ON & ENGAGING PARTNERSHIPS
  • 17. Commit to Speak
  • 18. @ChiPublicHealth facebook.com/ChicagoPublicHealth 312.747.9884 HealthyChicago@CityofChicago.org www.CityofChicago.org/Health