Dissemination of Evidence-Informed Interventions
Project Goals and Resources
The end goal of the initiative is to produce and evaluate four evidence-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 will take 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. Read the HRSA HAB Overview.
The four interventions are:
- 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 HIV-Positive Women of Color
- Enhanced Patient Navigation for HIV-Positive Women of Color