Dissemination of Evidence-Informed Interventions

Project Goals and Resources

The Initiative created four evidenced-informed Care and Treatment Interventions (CATIs) that are replicable, cost-effective, capable of producing optimal HIV care continuum outcomes, and easily adaptable to the changing health care environment. The multisite evaluation of this initiative took a rigorous implementation science (IS) approach, which places greater emphasis on evaluation of the implementation process and cost analyses of the interventions, while seeking to improve the HIV care continuum outcomes of linkage, retention, re-engagement, and viral suppression among client participants.

Intervention and Replication Packages

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Resources Overview

Transitional Care Coordination: From Jail Intake to Community HIV Primary Care

Integrating Buprenorphine Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder in HIV Primary Care

Peer Linkage and Re-engagement of Women of Color with HIV

Enhanced Patient Navigation for Women of Color with HIV

Contact Information

Project Contacts:

Alexis Marbach
Senior Program Manager, Dissemination and Evaluation Center
Boston University School of Social Work, Center for Innovation in Social Work & Health / Abt Associates
617-520-3909
Hannah Bryant​
Program Associate, Implementation Technical Assistance Center
AIDS United
202-408-4848 ext. 261

HRSA Contacts:

PO Name
Corliss D. Heath

Funding:

Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement

Recipient Organization: Boston University School of Social Work, Center for Innovation in Social Work & Health and AIDS United

Grant number: U90HA29236, U90HA2923

Project Period: 2015 - 2020