HIV Testing in Non-Clinical Settings
HIV tests can be administered in community-based organizations and even in mobile clinics by certified personnel. HIV testing in these non-clinical settings offers an effective way to bring HIV testing to the community. This section offers guidance, articles, information on linkage and referral, and reports to aid individuals in non-clinical settings in their HIV testing programs.
Establishing an CLIA-Waived HIV Testing Site
- How to obtain a CLIA Waiver
- State Agency & Regional Office CLIA Contacts
- How to establish a quality assurance plan for HIV-CLIA Waived testing
- Additional resources for setting up a non-clinical testing site
- Planning and Implementing HIV Testing and Linkage Programs in Non-Clinical Settings: A Guide for Program Managers
- Evaluation Guide for HIV Testing and Linkage Programs in Non-Clinical Settings
- Recommendations for Partner Services Programs for HIV Infection, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, and Chlamydial Infection
- Linkage to Ryan White after Reactive HIV Screening test
- Partner Services Providers Quick Guide
Targeting and Recruitment
- Cost-Effectiveness of Finding New HIV Diagnosis Using Rapid HIV Testing in Community-Based Organizations. Ram K. Shrestha; Hollie A. Clark; Stephanie L. Sansom; Binwei Song; Holly Buckendahl; Cindy B. Calhoun; et al.
- Rapid HIV Testing in Transgender Communities by Community-Based Organizations in Three Cities. Jeffrey D. Schulden; James D. Heffelfinger; Binwei Song; Azul Mares-DelGrasso; Charles W. Martin; Ramon Ramirez; et al.
- Efficacy of Risk-Reduction Counseling to Prevent Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Sexually Transmitted Diseases A Randomized Controlled Trial. Mary L. Kamb, MD, MPH; Martin Fishbein, PhD; John M. Douglas, Jr, MD; Fen Rhodes, PhD; Judy Rogers, MS; Gail Bolan, MD; et al.
Linkage and Referral
- Brief Strengths-Based Case Management Promotes Entry Into HIV Medical Care: Results of the Antiretroviral Treatment Access Study-II. Jason Craw; Lytt I. Gardner; Gary Marks; Richard Rapp; Jeff Bosshart, MSW, MPH; Wayne, A Duffus, MD, PhD; et al.
- Demographic, Psychological, and Behavioral Modifiers of the Antiretroviral Treatment Access Study (ARTAS) Intervention. Lytt I. Gardner; Gary Marks; Jason Craw; Lisa Metsch; Steffanie Strathdee; Pamela Anderson-Mahoney; Carlos del Rio. AIDS Patient Care and STDs. September 2009, 23(9): 735-742.
- Psychological and Behavioral Correlates of Entering Care for HIV Infection: The Antiretroviral Treatment Access Study (ARTAS). Lytt I. Gardner; Gary Marks; Lisa R. Metsch; Anita M. Loughlin; Christine O'Daniels; Carlos Del Rio; et al. AIDS Patient Care and STDs. June 2007, 21(6): 418-425. doi:10.1089/apc.2006.0115.
- HIV Testing at CDC-Funded Sites, United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, 2010
- Routine Jail-Based HIV Testing—Rhode Island, 2000–2007
- Expanded HIV Testing and Trends in Diagnoses of HIV Infection—District of Columbia, 2004–2008
- Use of Social Networks to Identify Persons with Undiagnosed HIV Infection — Seven U.S. Cities, October 2003–September 2004
- HIV-Associated Behaviors Among Injecting-Drug Users — 23 Cities, United States, May 2005–February 2006
- Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Risk, Prevention, and Testing Behaviors — United States, National HIV Behavioral Surveillance System: Men Who Have Sex with Men, November 2003–April 2005
- Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Diagnoses of HIV/AIDS — 33 States, 2001–2004
- HIV Prevalence, Unrecognized Infection, and HIV Testing Among Men Who Have Sex with Men — Five U.S. Cities, June 2004–April 2005
- On-line Rapid HIV Testing Training Course
- Page last reviewed: November 26, 2014
- Page last updated: March 25, 2015
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