Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) jurisdictions need to consider how they can create comprehensive Cluster Detection and Response (CDR) programs that leverage the 3C’s of Coordination, Communication and Collaboration. Learn more about how EHE Pillar 4 Respond embodies the collaborative, data-guided approach that is critical to the overall success of EHE.
By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:
- Define key definitions and components in Cluster Detection and Response
- Discuss the role of EHE and Ryan White resources in Cluster Detection and Response
- Describe approaches to communication, coordination and collaboration for Cluster Detection and Response
- Discuss lessons learned from the field in Cluster Detection and Response
- Identify training and TA resources
Learning Objectives, Agenda & Speakers (1:20)
Purpose of the webinar, the panel, and a case study.
Review of Schematic (6:32)
Dr. Linda Frank reviews her schematic including preparation and planning, surveillance, mobilization, and more.
Key Definitions and Components (21:22)
Dr. Philip Peters reviews key definitions and components in cluster detection and response.
Key Components and Considerations for a Cluster Detection and Response Plan (31:44)
Overview of creating a cluster detection and response plan, partnering with the community, and more.
West Virginia Experience (46:09)
Overview of case study in West Virginia.
TAP-in/TA Training (1:01:32)
Overview of TAP-in and support TAP-in can provide to review and offer ways to strengthen CDR plans, facilitate understanding of staff roles in cluster response, and more.