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Substance Abuse Treatment to HIV care (SAT2HIV)

The research project is a Type 2 Effectiveness-Implementation Hybrid Trial35 to simultaneously test: (a) the effectiveness of BI for substance use relative to usual care (UC; i.e., referral to treatment), and (b) the effectiveness of an organizational-level implementation intervention called “Implementation & Sustainment Facilitation” (ISF), relative to the standard implementation strategy used by SAMHSA-funded Addiction Technology Treatment Centers (ATTCs; i.e., staff workshop training and ongoing feedback/coaching provided by ATTC trainers). The primary aims of the proposed Type 2 Effectiveness-Implementation Hybrid Trial are:

Aim 1: Test the effectiveness of BI for substance use in community-based HIV/AIDS organizations.

Aim 2: Test the effectiveness of the ATTC+ISF implementation strategy.

Aim 3: Test the cost-effectiveness of the ATTC+ISF implementation strategy.

Project Duration: 07/01/14-06/30/19

Participating Personnel

Principal Investigator: Bryan Garner, RTI
Co-Investigator: James H. Ford II

Funding Source

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Links

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Presentations/Publications

Garner, B. R., Chaple, M., Ford, J., Gotham, H., Kaiser, D. J., Martino, S., Rieckmann, T., Rockford, D., Speck, K., Vandersloot, D., & Zehner, M. (2015, September). Implementing brief intervention for substance use within HIV/AIDS settings: Preliminary findings from Substance Abuse Treatment to HIV care (SAT2HIV) project. Poster presented at SIRC: Society for Implementation Research Collaboration, Seattle, WA.

Garner, B. R., Bradshaw, M. R., Chaple, M., Ford, J., Gotham, H., Kaiser, D. J., Martino, S., Parrish, B. L., Rieckmann, T., Rockford, D., Speck, K., Vandersloot, D., & Zehner, M. (2015, October). Implementing a brief intervention for substance use within HIV/AIDS organizations: Factors associated with perceived urgency for change. Poster presented at Addiction Health Services Research (AHSR) Conference, Marina Del Rey, CA