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

Primary 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., Ball, L., Bradshaw, M., Chaple, M., Ford, J., Gotham, H., Kaiser, D., Martino, S., Rieckmann, T., Rockford, D., Speck, K., Tueller, S., Vandersloot, D., Wolfe, A., & Zehner, M. (2016, October). Integrating brief intervention for substance use within AIDS service organizations: Preliminary findings from the Substance Abuse Treatment to HIV Care (SAT2HIV) project. Presentation at Addiction Health Services Research (AHSR) Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • 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