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Table 1 Demographics of Qualitative Interview Respondents, Formative Work for the Care and Antiretroviral Promotion Program, Seattle, Washington, 2009

From: HIV provider and patient perspectives on the Development of a Health Department “Data to Care” Program: a qualitative study

  Number Percent
a. Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (N = 20)
Gender & Sexual Orientation
 MSM 16 80
 Male, sexual orientation unknown 1 5
 Female 3 15
Age (years)
 <20 2 10
 20–29 6 30
 30–39 2 10
 40–49 6 30
 ≥50 4 20
Race
 White 15 75
 African American 1 5
 Asian/Pacific Islander 1 5
Hispanic ethnicity 3 15
In HIV Medical Care 16 80
Last CD4 count (cells/mm3)
 <350 2 10
 350–500 10 50
 >500 8 40
b. HIV Care Providers (N = 15)
Gender
 Male 9 60
 Female 6 40
Age (years)   
 30–39 4 27
 40–49 4 27
 ≥50 7 47
Race
 White 13 87
 African American 1 7
 Asian/Pacific Islander 1 7
Practice Settinga   
 Academic –Ryan White Part C 4 27
 Academic –non-Ryan White 2 13
 Non-academic – Ryan White 2 13
 Private Practice 9 60
Credentials
 MD 12 80
 PA or NP 3 20
Years in HIV Medical Practice
 <5 0 0
 6–10 2 13
 11–15 2 13
 16–20 6 40
 >20 3 20
 Missing 2 13
  1. aCategories are not mutually exclusive