The HIV/AIDS risk analysis is a process of gathering all relevant data about the organization and its staff members, to be able to investigate to what extent the organization is at risk regarding HIV/AIDS. A risk analysis focuses on identifying the characteristics of HIV and AIDS; how it affects the organization and staff; the degree of vulnerability; and the capacity of the organization to deal with HIV/AIDS. By doing a risk analysis, organizations can identify their risks towards HIV/AIDS and plan a strategy on overcoming these risks mainly by including those issues in the HIV and AIDS workplace policy development and implementation. HIV/AIDS risk analysis could be conducted at organizational level by assessing three variables of disaster risks which are hazard, vulnerability and capacity.
Related Journals of Risk Analysis: HIV
Journal of Antivirals & Antiretrovirals, Journal of Infectious Diseases & Therapy, Virology & Mycology, AIDS and Behavior, AIDS Patient Care and STDs, Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS and AIDS Research and Therapy.