Epidemiologic Profiles of HIV in Michigan

The Epidemiologic Profile of HIV in Michigan is published by the HIV/STD, Body Art, Tuberculosis, and Viral Hepatitis Section of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. It is completed every other year. If you have any questions, please contact Janae Wilson at wilsonj6@michigan.gov or 517-335-1090.

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Current Complete Epi Profile

Complete 2014 Epidemiologic Profile of HIV in Michigan (PDF File)

 

2014 Profiles by Chapter

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Chapter 1: Statewide Text and Tables
        Table of Contents        
        Sociodemographic Description of the Michigan Population
        Summary Data (Includes LHD jurisdiction map)
        Trends in HIV Data
        Incidence Estimates
        Viral Genotype Sequencing
        MSM Risk Behavior
        Heterosexual Risk Behavior
        IDU Risk Behavior
        HIV Data by Race and Sex
        HIV Data by Age
                Children
                Teens and Young Adults
                Persons 50 Years and Older
        Healthy Equity
        Testing and Prevention
        Care and Services
        Unmet Need and Linkage to Care
        National HIV/AIDS Strategy
        Clinical Outcomes
        Other Infectious Diseases (includes TB, STDs, and Hepatitis C)
        Special Populations
                Arab Americans
                Young Black MSM
                Women, Infants, Children, and Youth
                Transgender Persons
        Tables

Chapter 2: Detroit Metro Area Text and Tables
        Table of Contents
        Summary Data

        Trends in HIV Data
        MSM Risk Behavior
        Heterosexual Risk Behavior
        IDU Risk Behavior
        HIV Data by Race and Sex
        HIV Data by Age
               Children
               Teens and Young Adults
               Persons 50 Years and Older
        Sexual Transmitted Diseases
        Tables

Chapter 3: Out-State Michigan Text and Tables
        Table of Contents
        Summary Data
        Trends in HIV Data
        MSM Risk Behavior
        Heterosexual Risk Behavior
        IDU Risk Behavior
        HIV Data by Race and Sex
        HIV Data by Age
              Children
              Teens and Young Adults
              Persons 50 Years and Older
        Sexually Transmitted Diseases
        Focus on Metropolitan Statistical Areas

               Ann Arbor
               Benton Harbor
               Flint
               Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland
               Jackson
               Kalamazoo-Battle Creek
               Lansing-East Lansing
               Saginaw-Bay City-Midland
        Tables


Appendices
        Appendix A: Glossary of Commonly Used Terms
        Appendix B: Facility Type Descriptions

 

Archived Epi Profiles

2012 Epidemiologic Fact Sheets of HIV/AIDS in Michigan
        Arab-Americans (PDF File)
        Black Persons (PDF File)
        Foreign-Born Persons (PDF File)
        Heterosexual
        HIV/STD Co-infection (PDF File)
        IDU (PDF File)
        Incarcerated (PDF File)
        MSM (PDF File)
        Persons 50 Years and Older (PDF File)
        Residents of Rural Counties (PDF File)
        Teens (PDF File)
        Transgender (PDF File)
        YBMSM (PDF File)

Complete 2012 Epidemiologic Profile of HIV in Michigan (PDF File)
(*Note: This file is large and may take a few minutes to download.)

2012 Profiles by Chapter
Forward (PDF File)
Chapter 1: Statewide Text and Tables (PDF File)
Chapter 2: Detroit Metro Area Text and Tables (PDF File)
Chapter 3: Out-State Michigan Text and Tables (PDF File)
Appendices (PDF File)

 

2010 Epidemiologic Fact Sheets of HIV/AIDS in Michigan
        Arab-Americans
        Black Persons
        Foreign-Born Persons
        Heterosexual
        Hispanics
        HIV/STD Co-Infection
        IDU
        MSM
        Persons 50 and Older
        Teens
        White Persons
        Women
        YMSM

Complete 2010 Epidemiologic Profile of HIV/AIDS in Michigan (PDF File)
*In table 5, the census data corresponding to Asian/Pacific Islander and American Indian/Alaskan Native are reversed. The correct census estimate and rate in 2008 for Asian/Pacific Islander was 236,236 (2% of the total population) and 32.6/100,000, respectively. The correct census estimate and rate in 2008 for American Indian/Alaskan Native was 54,714 (1% of the total population) and 80.4/100,000, respectively.
(*Note: This file is large and may take a few minutes to download.)

2010 Profiles by Chapter
Forward (PDF File)
Description of General Population  (PDF File)
Statewide Text and Tables (PDF File)
Detroit Metro Area Text and Tables (PDF File)
Out-State Text and Tables (PDF File)
Appendices ( PDF File)

 

2008
Complete 2008 Epidemiologic Profile of HIV/AIDS in Michigan (PDF File)
(*Note: This file is large and may take a few minutes to download.)

2008 Profiles by Chapter
Forward (PDF File)
Description of General Population (PDF File)
Statewide Text and Tables  (PDF File)
         Statewide TEXT ONLY (PDF File)
         Statewide TABLES ONLY (PDF File)   
Detroit Metro Area Text and Tables     (PDF File)   
Out-State Text and Tables   (PDF File)   

Appendices (PDF File)

 

2006
Complete 2006 Epidemiologic Profile of HIV/AIDS in Michigan (PDF File)
(*Note: This file is large and may take a few minutes to download.)

2006 Profiles by Chapter
Forward    (PDF File)   

Description of General Population     (PDF File)   

Statewide Text and Tables  (PDF File)   
        Statewide TEXT ONLY  (PDF File)   
        Statewide TABLES ONLY     (PDF File)   
Detroit Metro Area Text and Tables    (PDF File)   
Out-State Text and Tables  (PDF File)   

Appendices  (PDF File)   

 

2004
Complete 2004 Epidemiologic Profile of HIV/AIDS in Michigan (PDF File)   

 

2003
2003 Statewide Tables (PDF File)   
2003 Detroit EMA Tables (PDF File)   

 

2002
Complete 2002 Epidemiologic Profile of HIV/AIDS in Michigan (PDF File)  

 

2000
2000 Epidemiologic Profile of HIV/AIDS in Michigan (PDF File) 
 
 

 


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