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Evaluating Methods to Increase HIV Testing, Access to HIV Care, and HIV Prevention Strategies

This study has been completed.
Sponsor:
Collaborator:
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
Information provided by (Responsible Party):
HIV Prevention Trials Network
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier:
NCT01152918
First received: June 28, 2010
Last updated: April 24, 2017
Last verified: April 2017
No Study Results Posted on ClinicalTrials.gov for this Study
  Study Status: This study has been completed.
  Study Completion Date: December 2014
  Primary Completion Date: December 2014 (Final data collection date for primary outcome measure)
Publications:
Greene E, Buchacz K, Gamble T, Beauchamp G, McKinstry L, Wood A, Telzak E, Branson B, El-Sadr W. Linkage-to-Care and ART Adherence Practices at Participating Sites in HPTN 065 (TLC-Plus) Study. Poster at the XIX International AIDS Conference, Washington, DC: July 26, 2012. THPE120
Gray KM, Branson B, Donnell DJ, Beauchamp G, Hu X, Wang Z, El Sadr W, Hall HI. HIV testing in six cities using behavioral surveillance data for the TLC-Plus (HPTN 065) study. Poster at the XIX International AIDS Conference, Washington, DC: July 24, 2012. TUPE293.
Donnell DJ, Hall HI, Beauchamp G, Gray KM, Griffin AB, Brady KA, Meyer J, Benbow N, Torian LV, Branson B, El Sadr W. Assessing viral suppression amongst HIV patients accessing care in five cities using US HIV surveillance data for the TLC-Plus (HPTN 065) study. Poster at the XIX International AIDS Conference, Washington, DC: July 25, 2012. WEPE115.
Greene E, Taylor J, Pack A, Stanton J, Shelus V, Tolley E, D'Angelo L, El-Sadr W, and Gamble T. Understanding of Viral Load among Participants Receiving Financial Incentives for ART Adherence: Findings from a Qualitative Substudy of HPTN 065. Poster at HIV R4P 2014, Cape Town, South Africa: October 29, 2014. A-671-0004-00749. Poster P06.04.
Pack A, Stanton J, Greene E, Taylor J, Shelus V, Tolley EE, Brown ST, El-Sadr W, and Gamble T. Unanticipated Impact of Financial Incentives on HIV Patients and Providers: Findings from a Qualitative Substudy (HPTN 065). Poster at HIV R4P 2014, Cape Town, South Africa: October 29, 2014. A-671-0004-00774. Poster P06.02.
Pack A, Stanton J, Greene E, Taylor J, Shelus V, Tolley E, Rakhmanina N, El-Sadr W, and Gamble T. Acceptability of Financial Incentives for HIV Viral Suppression: A Qualitative Substudy of HPTN 065. Poster at HIV R4P 2014, Cape Town, South Africa: October 29, 2014. A-671-0005-00765, Poster P23.14.
Greene E, Gamble T, Tolley E, Pack A, Stanton J, Taylor J, Shelus V, Leider J, El- Sadr W, and Branson B. The Impact of Implementing a Financial Incentive Program for Viral Suppression on the Clinic Environment: Findings from a Qualitative Substudy of HPTN 065. Poster at HIV R4P 2014, Cape Town, South Africa: October 29, 2014. A-671-0026-00085, Poster P06.03.
Gamble T, Corcoran P, Stanton J, Watkins P, Greene E, Farrior J, Elion R, Amenichi-Enahoro S, and El-Sadr W. Geographic Utilization of Gift Cards Used for Financial Incentives to Encourage Viral Suppression: Findings from HPTN 065. Poster at HIV R4P 2014, Cape Town, South Africa: October 29, 2014. A-671-0030-00852, Poster P52.04.
El-Sadr W, Branson B, Hall HI, Beauchamp G, Donnell D, Torian L, Zingman B, Lum G, Elion R, Gamble T. Effect of Financial Incentives on Linkage to Care and Viral Suppression: HPTN 065. Oral presentation at CROI 2015, Seattle, Washington: February 24, 2015. Oral abstract 29, Session O-1.
Buchacz K, Branson B, Farrior J, Beauchamp G, McKinstry L, Donnell D, Kurth A, Zingman B, Gordin F, El-Sadr W. Providers' Attitudes and Practices Related to ART Use for HIV Care and Prevention. Poster at CROI 2015, Seattle, Washington: February 25, 2015. Poster 1095, Session P-Y2.
Chavez P, Buchacz K, Ethridge S, Branson B, Greene E, Gamble T, McKinstry L, Beauchamp G, Connor M, El-Sadr W. Expanding HIV Testing in Hospital Emergency Departments and Inpatient Admissions. Poster 1100 at CROI 2015, Seattle, Washington: February 25, 2015, Session P-Y3.
Greene E, Hanscom B, Gamble T, Buchacz K, Jennings A, Naab T, Belloise R, El-Sadr W, Branson B. Evaluation of Process Indicators for Expanded HIV Testing at Hospitals in HPTN 065. Poster CP63 at NHPC 2015, Atlanta, GA: December 8, 2015, Session B.
El-Sadr WM, Kurth A, Farrior J, Buchacz K, Hansom B, McKinstry L, Elion R, Patel V, Donnell D, Branson B. Prevention for HIV-infected Persons in HPTN 065: Room for Improvement. Poster 989 at CROI 2016, Boston, MA: February 24, 2016, Session P-X4.
Kurth A, Farrior J, Hanscom B, McKinstry L, Stanton J, Zerbe A, Elion R, Leider J, Branson B, El-Sadr WM. Computer-based Prevention Counseling for HIV-infected Persons (HPTN 065). Poster 997 at CROI 2016, Boston, MA: February 24, 2016, Session P-X4.
Farrior J, Zerbe A, Kurth A, Hanscom B, McKinstry L, Zingman BS, Gordin F, Donnell D, Branson B, El-Sadr WM. Clinician and Patient Attitudes toward Financial Incentives for HIV care (HPTN 065). Poster 1038 at CROI 2016, Boston, MA: February 25, 2016, Session P-X8.
Beauchamp G, El Sadr W, and Donnell D. A Cluster Randomized Analysis of Site-Level HIV Surveillance Data in HPTN 065 (TLC-Plus) Study. Society of Clinical Trials 2016 (May 15-17, 2016)
Tolley E, Taylor J, Pack A, Greene E, Stanton J, El-Sadr W, and Gamble T. Role of Financial Incentives along the ART Adherence Continuum: A Qualitative Analysis from the HPTN 065 (TLC-Plus) Study. HIV Research for Prevention 2016 (October 17-21, 2016). Chicago, IL. P15.05.
Donnell D, Grey KM, Li J, Wu B, Benbow N, Schuette S, Brady K, Torian L, Xia Q, Callaway BS, Opoku J, Lum G, Meyer J, Hanscom B, Hall I. Encouraging Trends in HIV Diagnoses, Care and Viral Suppression in 5 US Cities, 2009 - 2013: Surveillance-based data from HPTN065 (TLC-Plus). HIV Research for Prevention 2016 (October 17-21, 2016). Chicago, IL. P09.06.