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Seek, test, treat: an integrated jail-prison-community model

Status
Ongoing
Phase
Other
Principal Investigator(s)
Lawrence J Ouellet, Jeremy D Young & Michael Puisis
Objective

Effectiveness of seek, test, treat model (STT) integrating jails, prisons, community-based organizations

Prevention Option(s)
Treatment
Observational
Ecological
Arms and Assigned Interventions
Description
Jail detainees: For all jail detainees, we will observe the uptake of opt-out and opt-in HIV testing. For HIV-positive jail detainees leaving jail, we will observe 1) health outcomes for corrections case management versus the standard of care, 2) the impact of an incentive to visit an HIV service organization after release from jail, and 3) the uptake of partner notification and social network HIV counselling and testing after release from jail.
Description
HIV-positive prisoners: We will compare outcomes for for HIV-positive prisoners before and after the implementation of telemedicine to deliver HIV medical care. For HIV-positive prisoners released from prison and returning to Chicago, we will observe health outcomes for corrections case management versus transition case management.
Trial Sponsors
University of Illinois at Chicago
January 2010
December 2015
Enrollment
3 487
Population
Women
Men
Sites

University of Illinois at Chicago, School of Public Health

Chicago, Illinois
United States of America

Cermak Health Services, Cook County Jail

Chicago, Illinois
United States of America

Illinois Department of Corrections

Chicago, Illinois
United States of America