Seek, Test, Treat and Retain: Addressing HIV in the Criminal Justice System

Funding Announcement

Measures

Domain Measure
Demographics Demographic Measure (PDF, 315KB)
Access to Care (including Health-Related Quality of Life) Access to Care Subscale (PDF, 487KB)
Mental Health MINI International Neuropsychiatric Interview (PDF, 274KB)
HIV Adherence ACTG Adherence Questionnaire (PDF, 512KB)
HIV Risk Behaviors Sexual Behavior and Injection Drug Use Measure: Computerized Version (PDF, 492KB)
Drug and Alcohol Use Drug and Alcohol Measure (PDF, 336KB)
Service Utilization Service Utilization (Adherence) Measure (PDF, 504KB)
HIV/HCV/STI Testing HIV/HCV Testing Domains Measure (PDF, 307KB)
CJ Status Criminal Justice Risk Screener and Legal Status (PDF, 455KB)
NCIC Codes (PDF, 201KB)
Biological Data Measure of Virologic, Immunologic, and Drug Use Assessment Parameters (PDF, 225KB)

Grantees

Principal Investigator/ Contractor Institution Grant Title
Frederick Altice, M.D. Yale University HIV, Buprenorphine, and the Criminal Justice System
Curt Beckwith, M.D.
Irene Kuo, Ph.D., MPH
Ann Kurth, R.N., Ph.D., MPH
The Miriam Hospital CARE Corrections: Technology for Jail HIV/HCV Testing, Linkage, and Care (TLC)
William Cunningham, M.D., MPH University of California, Los Angeles Effectiveness of Peer Navigation to Link Released HIV+ Jail Inmates to HIV Care
Michael Gordon, D.P.A.
Josiah Rich, M.D., MPH
Friends Research Institute A Randomized Controlled Trial and Cohort Study of HIV Testing and Linkage to Care
Alexander Kral, Ph.D. Research Triangle Institute Finding, Testing and Treating High-Risk Probationers and Parolees with HIV
Lawrence Ouellet, Ph.D.
Michael Puisis, D.O.
Jeremy David Young, M.D., MPH
University of Illinois, Chicago Seek, Test, Treat: An Integrated Jail-Prison-Community Model for Illinois
Josiah Rich, M.D., MPH
Liza Solomon, Dr.P.H.
The Miriam Hospital Improving Linkage to HIV Care Following Release from Incarceration
Stanley Sacks, Ph.D. National Development and Research Institutes, Inc. START Together: HIV Testing and Treatment in and after Jail
David Seal, Ph.D. Medical School of Wisconsin Seek, Test, and Treat Strategies
Sandra Springer, M.D.
Frederick Altice, M.D.
Yale University Naltrexone for Opioid Dependent Released HIV+ Criminal Justice Populations
Vu Quan, M.D. Johns Hopkins University Seek, Test, Treat Strategies for Vietnamese Drug Users: A Random Controlled Trial
David Wohl, M.D.
Patrick Flynn, Ph.D.
Carol Golin, M.D.
Kevin Knight, Ph.D.
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill RCT of an Augmented Test, Treat, Link & Retain Model for NC and Texas Prisoners

Source: National Institutes of Health, Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools, RePORTER. Available online: http://projectreporter.nih.gov/reporter.cfm

Text Description: Seek, Test, Treat and Retain in Criminal Justice System Grantees Map

The map represents the states in which the funded research team is based and/or the state/country in which the research is taking place. There are two in California, one in Illinois, one in Wisconsin, one in New York. There are 6 multi-PI applications (where there are 2 PIs) and they include:

  • A multi-PI application is based in Maryland and Rhode Island.
  • A multi-PI application is based in Connecticut but they are conducting some of their research in Massachusetts.
  • A multi-PI application is based in Virginia and Connecticut and conducting their research in District of Columbia.
  • A multi-PI application in North Carolina/Texas and occurring in both states.
  • A multi-PI application in which the PIs are located in New York, Rhode Island and District of Columbia and the research is occurring in Rhode Island and District of Columbia.
  • A multi-PI application in which the PIs are located in Rhode Island research taking place in Florida, Rhode Island, Texas, North Carolina, and Puerto Rico.

Finally, there is 1 grant in which the PI is based in Maryland (John Hopkins) but is conducting his research in Vietnam.