30 slides introducing the history, advantages and disadvantages of implementing public health HIV screening to the Emergency Department and to introduce a new HIV testing program at LAC and USC. View slide set
A one-page template for providing written information for patients informing them that HIV testing will be performed (including rationale) and informing them of their right to decline the test. Download form
Checklist created to help clinicians and program managers think about all of the issues to consider in implementing routine HIV testing in a health facility. To be used as a guide to assess current capacity and what will need to be put in place to support HIV testing services. Download checklist
Report of a NASTAD survey of 65 state and local health departments to provide a deeper understanding of the use of rapid HIV testing in conjunction with health departments supported HIV prevention efforts; the survey was a follow-up to previous assessments conducted in 2006 and 2008. Implementation of HIV testing in dental care settings was also addressed in the survey. Read the report
Results of a survey of health departments conducted to gain an understanding of health department efforts to implement and support HIV screening programs and to examine the extent to which the CDC's Revised Recommendations for HIV Testing of Adults, Adolescents and Pregnant Women in Health Care Settings have influenced or will influence health department efforts to implement HIV screening in health care settings. June 26, 2007 (Released November, 2011) Read the report
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