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Alcohol Use Disorder

 

This set of questions will ask you to think about people living with HIV in your region of the US who also have an Alcohol Use Disorder. Alcohol includes beer, wine, wine coolers, and liquor. You can review the criteria of an Alcohol Use Disorder on any question by placing your cursor over the gray text. 

For each question, you are asked to provide an answer. By clicking “submit only this answer,” your answer will be added to all the other answers, and the group average score will be updated. After providing your answer, please click on the button to provide reasons/support for your answer. This will give you the chance to help us understand your answer better. It will also give you a chance to see what other people have said about their answers. 

When you are done answering the questions on this page, be sure to click the “Submit this Page” button at the bottom of the page. After you submit this page, please click the “Go to the Next Page” button to answer the questions about the next substance.
The numbers in parentheses indicate the number of responses received so far.

QuestionsYour Answers, Group Averages, and Comments


Row 1 of 10
Thinking about people living with HIV in your region of the United States, please estimate the percentage that you believe have an Alcohol Use Disorder (i.e., 2 or more of the 11 criteria during the past 12 months).

Place your cursor here to see the 11 criteria

For this survey, individuals would be considered to have a substance use disorder if you believe that during the past 12 months, those individuals would meet 2 or more of the following criteria for that substance. They have:
1. Spent a lot of time using the substance and/or recovering from use of the substance.
2. Taken the substance in larger amounts or more often than they meant to.
3. Used the substance in ways that were dangerous to themselves and/or others (such as driving while under the influence).
4. Failed to meet responsibilities at work, school, or home because of their use of the substance.
5. Continued to use the substance even after using the substance caused relationship problems or conflicts with others.
6. Continued to use the substance even though they know using the substance may have caused a physical or psychological problem to happen or get worse.
7. Given up important activities that they used to enjoy because of using the substance.
8. Developed a tolerance to the substance so that they must use more to get the same effect.
9. Had cravings or urges to use the substance.
10. Tried to cut down or stop using the substance but have not been able to be successful.
11. Withdrawal symptoms when they have stopped using the substance.

Enter a percent from 0 to 100 %



The group average score is currently: 40.6% (23)

You may change your input if you wish.


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Row 2 of 10
For people living with HIV in your region who have an Alcohol Use Disorder, to what extent does having an Alcohol Use Disorder have a negative impact on those individuals...

being linked to HIV care?

Place your cursor here to see the 11 criteria

FFor this survey, individuals would be considered to have a substance use disorder if you believe that during the past 12 months, those individuals would meet 2 or more of the following criteria for that substance. They have:
1. Spent a lot of time using the substance and/or recovering from use of the substance.
2. Taken the substance in larger amounts or more often than they meant to.
3. Used the substance in ways that were dangerous to themselves and/or others (such as driving while under the influence).
4. Failed to meet responsibilities at work, school, or home because of their use of the substance.
5. Continued to use the substance even after using the substance caused relationship problems or conflicts with others.
6. Continued to use the substance even though they know using the substance may have caused a physical or psychological problem to happen or get worse.
7. Given up important activities that they used to enjoy because of using the substance.
8. Developed a tolerance to the substance so that they must use more to get the same effect.
9. Had cravings or urges to use the substance.
10. Tried to cut down or stop using the substance but have not been able to be successful.
11. Withdrawal symptoms when they have stopped using the substance.

No
Negative Impact
At All
=1
A
Minor Negative Impact
=2
A
Moderate Negative Impact
=3
A
Major Negative Impact
=4
(3)
(9)
(11)
(0)

The group average score is currently: 2.35 (23)

You may change your input if you wish.


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Row 3 of 10
For people living with HIV in your region who have an Alcohol Use Disorder, to what extent does having an Alcohol Use Disorder have a negative impact on those individuals...

being retained in HIV care?

Place your cursor here to see the 11 criteria

For this survey, individuals would be considered to have a substance use disorder if you believe that during the past 12 months, those individuals would meet 2 or more of the following criteria for that substance. They have:
1. Spent a lot of time using the substance and/or recovering from use of the substance.
2. Taken the substance in larger amounts or more often than they meant to.
3. Used the substance in ways that were dangerous to themselves and/or others (such as driving while under the influence).
4. Failed to meet responsibilities at work, school, or home because of their use of the substance.
5. Continued to use the substance even after using the substance caused relationship problems or conflicts with others.
6. Continued to use the substance even though they know using the substance may have caused a physical or psychological problem to happen or get worse.
7. Given up important activities that they used to enjoy because of using the substance.
8. Developed a tolerance to the substance so that they must use more to get the same effect.
9. Had cravings or urges to use the substance.
10. Tried to cut down or stop using the substance but have not been able to be successful.
11. Withdrawal symptoms when they have stopped using the substance.

No
Negative Impact
At All
=1
A
Minor Negative Impact
=2
A
Moderate Negative Impact
=3
A
Major Negative Impact
=4
(1)
(8)
(13)
(0)

The group average score is currently: 2.55 (22)

You may change your input if you wish.


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Row 4 of 10
For people living with HIV in your region who have an Alcohol Use Disorder, to what extent does having an Alcohol Use Disorder have a negative impact on those individuals...

being prescribed HIV medications?

Place your cursor here to see the 11 criteria

For this survey, individuals would be considered to have a substance use disorder if you believe that during the past 12 months, those individuals would meet 2 or more of the following criteria for that substance. They have:
1. Spent a lot of time using the substance and/or recovering from use of the substance.
2. Taken the substance in larger amounts or more often than they meant to.
3. Used the substance in ways that were dangerous to themselves and/or others (such as driving while under the influence).
4. Failed to meet responsibilities at work, school, or home because of their use of the substance.
5. Continued to use the substance even after using the substance caused relationship problems or conflicts with others.
6. Continued to use the substance even though they know using the substance may have caused a physical or psychological problem to happen or get worse.
7. Given up important activities that they used to enjoy because of using the substance.
8. Developed a tolerance to the substance so that they must use more to get the same effect.
9. Had cravings or urges to use the substance.
10. Tried to cut down or stop using the substance but have not been able to be successful.
11. Withdrawal symptoms when they have stopped using the substance.

No
Negative Impact
At All
=1
A
Minor Negative Impact
=2
A
Moderate Negative Impact
=3
A
Major Negative Impact
=4
(7)
(7)
(4)
(1)

The group average score is currently: 1.95 (19)

You may change your input if you wish.


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Row 5 of 10
For people living with HIV in your region who have an Alcohol Use Disorder, to what extent does having an Alcohol Use Disorder have a negative impact on those individuals...

being virally suppressed?

Place your cursor here to see the 11 criteria

For this survey, individuals would be considered to have a substance use disorder if you believe that during the past 12 months, those individuals would meet 2 or more of the following criteria for that substance. They have:
1. Spent a lot of time using the substance and/or recovering from use of the substance.
2. Taken the substance in larger amounts or more often than they meant to.
3. Used the substance in ways that were dangerous to themselves and/or others (such as driving while under the influence).
4. Failed to meet responsibilities at work, school, or home because of their use of the substance.
5. Continued to use the substance even after using the substance caused relationship problems or conflicts with others.
6. Continued to use the substance even though they know using the substance may have caused a physical or psychological problem to happen or get worse.
7. Given up important activities that they used to enjoy because of using the substance.
8. Developed a tolerance to the substance so that they must use more to get the same effect.
9. Had cravings or urges to use the substance.
10. Tried to cut down or stop using the substance but have not been able to be successful.
11. Withdrawal symptoms when they have stopped using the substance.

No
Negative Impact
At All
=1
A
Minor Negative Impact
=2
A
Moderate Negative Impact
=3
A
Major Negative Impact
=4
(0)
(6)
(10)
(3)

The group average score is currently: 2.84 (19)

You may change your input if you wish.


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Row 6 of 10
For people living with HIV in your region who have an Alcohol Use Disorder, to what extent does having an Alcohol Use Disorder have a negative impact on those individuals...

having stable housing?

Place your cursor here to see the 11 criteria

For this survey, individuals would be considered to have a substance use disorder if you believe that during the past 12 months, those individuals would meet 2 or more of the following criteria for that substance. They have:
1. Spent a lot of time using the substance and/or recovering from use of the substance.
2. Taken the substance in larger amounts or more often than they meant to.
3. Used the substance in ways that were dangerous to themselves and/or others (such as driving while under the influence).
4. Failed to meet responsibilities at work, school, or home because of their use of the substance.
5. Continued to use the substance even after using the substance caused relationship problems or conflicts with others.
6. Continued to use the substance even though they know using the substance may have caused a physical or psychological problem to happen or get worse.
7. Given up important activities that they used to enjoy because of using the substance.
8. Developed a tolerance to the substance so that they must use more to get the same effect.
9. Had cravings or urges to use the substance.
10. Tried to cut down or stop using the substance but have not been able to be successful.
11. Withdrawal symptoms when they have stopped using the substance.

No
Negative Impact
At All
=1
A
Minor Negative Impact
=2
A
Moderate Negative Impact
=3
A
Major Negative Impact
=4
(1)
(4)
(13)
(1)

The group average score is currently: 2.74 (19)

You may change your input if you wish.


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Row 7 of 10
For people living with HIV in your region who have an Alcohol Use Disorder, to what extent does having an Alcohol Use Disorder have a negative impact on those individuals...

having a reliable mode of transportation?

Place your cursor here to see the 11 criteria

For this survey, individuals would be considered to have a substance use disorder if you believe that during the past 12 months, those individuals would meet 2 or more of the following criteria for that substance. They have:
1. Spent a lot of time using the substance and/or recovering from use of the substance.
2. Taken the substance in larger amounts or more often than they meant to.
3. Used the substance in ways that were dangerous to themselves and/or others (such as driving while under the influence).
4. Failed to meet responsibilities at work, school, or home because of their use of the substance.
5. Continued to use the substance even after using the substance caused relationship problems or conflicts with others.
6. Continued to use the substance even though they know using the substance may have caused a physical or psychological problem to happen or get worse.
7. Given up important activities that they used to enjoy because of using the substance.
8. Developed a tolerance to the substance so that they must use more to get the same effect.
9. Had cravings or urges to use the substance.
10. Tried to cut down or stop using the substance but have not been able to be successful.
11. Withdrawal symptoms when they have stopped using the substance.

No
Negative Impact
At All
=1
A
Minor Negative Impact
=2
A
Moderate Negative Impact
=3
A
Major Negative Impact
=4
(0)
(12)
(9)
(0)

The group average score is currently: 2.43 (21)

You may change your input if you wish.


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Row 8 of 10
For people living with HIV in your region who have an Alcohol Use Disorder, to what extent does having an Alcohol Use Disorder have a negative impact on those individuals...

being employed?

Place your cursor here to see the 11 criteria

For this survey, individuals would be considered to have a substance use disorder if you believe that during the past 12 months, those individuals would meet 2 or more of the following criteria for that substance. They have:
1. Spent a lot of time using the substance and/or recovering from use of the substance.
2. Taken the substance in larger amounts or more often than they meant to.
3. Used the substance in ways that were dangerous to themselves and/or others (such as driving while under the influence).
4. Failed to meet responsibilities at work, school, or home because of their use of the substance.
5. Continued to use the substance even after using the substance caused relationship problems or conflicts with others.
6. Continued to use the substance even though they know using the substance may have caused a physical or psychological problem to happen or get worse.
7. Given up important activities that they used to enjoy because of using the substance.
8. Developed a tolerance to the substance so that they must use more to get the same effect.
9. Had cravings or urges to use the substance.
10. Tried to cut down or stop using the substance but have not been able to be successful.
11. Withdrawal symptoms when they have stopped using the substance.

No
Negative Impact
At All
=1
A
Minor Negative Impact
=2
A
Moderate Negative Impact
=3
A
Major Negative Impact
=4
(1)
(4)
(12)
(3)

The group average score is currently: 2.85 (20)

You may change your input if you wish.


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Row 9 of 10
For people living with HIV in your region who have an Alcohol Use Disorder, to what extent does having an Alcohol Use Disorder have a negative impact on those individuals...

having a strong social support system?

Place your cursor here to see the 11 criteria

For this survey, individuals would be considered to have a substance use disorder if you believe that during the past 12 months, those individuals would meet 2 or more of the following criteria for that substance. They have:
1. Spent a lot of time using the substance and/or recovering from use of the substance.
2. Have taken the substance in larger amounts or more often than they meant to.
3. Have used the substance in ways that were dangerous to themselves and/or others (such as driving while under the influence).
4. Have failed to meet responsibilities at work, school, or home because of their use of the substance.
5. Continued to use the substance even after using the substance caused relationship problems or conflicts with others.
6. Continued to use the substance even though they know using the substance may have caused a physical or psychological problem to happen or get worse.
7. Given up important activities that they used to enjoy because of using the substance.
8. Developed a tolerance to the substance so that they must use more to get the same effect.
9. Had cravings or urges to use the substance.
10. Tried to cut down or stop using the substance but have not been able to be successful.
11. Withdrawal symptoms when they have stopped using the substance.

No
Negative Impact
At All
=1
A
Minor Negative Impact
=2
A
Moderate Negative Impact
=3
A
Major Negative Impact
=4
(1)
(8)
(7)
(3)

The group average score is currently: 2.63 (19)

You may change your input if you wish.


Click here to comment on your reasons/support for your answer OR to read comments provided by other participants


Row 10 of 10
Thinking about people living with HIV in your region of the United States who are NOT virally suppressed, please estimate the percentage that you believe have an Alcohol Use Disorder (i.e., 2 or more of the 11 criteria during the past 12 months).

Place your cursor here to see the 11 criteria

For this survey, individuals would be considered to have a substance use disorder if you believe that during the past 12 months, those individuals would meet 2 or more of the following criteria for that substance. They have:
1. Spent a lot of time using the substance and/or recovering from use of the substance.
2. Have taken the substance in larger amounts or more often than they meant to.
3. Have used the substance in ways that were dangerous to themselves and/or others (such as driving while under the influence).
4. Have failed to meet responsibilities at work, school, or home because of their use of the substance.
5. Continued to use the substance even after using the substance caused relationship problems or conflicts with others.
6. Continued to use the substance even though they know using the substance may have caused a physical or psychological problem to happen or get worse.
7. Given up important activities that they used to enjoy because of using the substance.
8. Developed a tolerance to the substance so that they must use more to get the same effect.
9. Had cravings or urges to use the substance.
10. Tried to cut down or stop using the substance but have not been able to be successful.
11. Withdrawal symptoms when they have stopped using the substance.

Enter a percent from 0 to 100 %



The group average score is currently: 45.5% (22)

You may change your input if you wish.


Click here to comment on your reasons/support for your answer OR to read comments provided by other participants



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