Systematic Reviews and Publications
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conducts and publishes systematic reviews on many aspects of HIV prevention, care, and treatment topics. CDC focuses on populations with higher rates of HIV infection to support the Ending the HIV Epidemic in the US (EHE) initiative and the HIV National Strategic Plan. The HIV Prevention Research Synthesis (PRS) Project publications contribute to evidence-based HIV prevention research, programs, policies, and synthesis methods. CDC also develops systematic review protocols and methods papers for systematic reviews and primary studies. The papers are published in peer-reviewed journals and protocols are available on public registries.