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HIV Case Reporting and Surveillance

Doctor is writing a case reportCDC's National HIV Surveillance System relies on reports of persons with diagnosed HIV infection and perinatally exposed infants to monitor HIV trends in the United States. The listed documents provide guidance about how to report cases of HIV infection and perinatal exposure to HIV infection. This guidance is intended for clinicians and laboratories that diagnose cases of HIV infection, HIV surveillance programs, and health department staff. Additional guidance for epidemiological analyses of HIV surveillance data are also listed.

HIV and Perinatal HIV Exposure Reporting Case Report Forms

The HIV and perinatal HIV exposure reporting case report forms are designed to collect information that promotes understanding of HIV infection morbidity and mortality and perinatal exposure to HIV. Some state and local health department HIV surveillance programs may require information to be reported in a different format or on a different form. Please contact the appropriate state or local health department HIV surveillance program for additional guidance on reporting requirements specific to the state or local area.

HIV Case Reporting and Surveillance Additional Guidance

HIV Surveillance Data Analysis Guidance