|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)|
|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.