Review of the Obama Administration’s 2010-2015 National HIV/AIDS Strategy
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The following is a review of the Obama Administration’s National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) released in July of 2010. Each of the four sections of the NHAS are outlined in detail followed by a critical analysis, rooted in public health theory, of the effectiveness of each section and the likelihood of achieving section benchmarks by the year 2015. The report will focus specifically on how well the Obama Administration plans to address co-risk factors such as homelessness, low incomes, and low education levels in populations that are at high risk for HIV. The conclusion provides a summary of suggested additions or revisions to the strategy as well as a list of best practices that could lead the country to further success in the fight against HIV/AIDS.