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CAPS Town Hall: Engaging and Keeping HIV Patients in Care
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CAPS Town Hall: Engaging and Keeping HIV Patients in Care
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National HIV/AIDS Strategy
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HRSA Continuum of Engagement
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Cyclical Nature of Engagement
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HIV Engagement in Care Cascade
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CDC Estimates of Engagement in Care
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Linkage and Retention
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Linkage
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Positive Health Access to Services and Treatment (PHAST)
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Possible Definitions of Linkage
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Characteristics of Patients Who Receive Rapid Tests for HIV in San Francisco General Hospital
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Linkage to Care for Patients Newly Diagnosed with HIV in the SFGH ED
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Appropriate Time Frame for Linkage?
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Strict & Less Strict Linkage Definitions
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Retention
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Importance of Retention
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Retention Measures (adapted from Mugavero et. al., AIDS Patient Care & STDs 2010)
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Comparing Different Measures
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Surveillance Data: The Denominator Problem
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Surveillance Data: The Tempo Problem
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Recent Recommendations on Measures
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What About the Patient Perspective?
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Patient Engagement And Retention/Linkage (PEARL)
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Patient Perspectives and the Cascade
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ED/Urgent Care Diagnosis Experience
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ED/Urgent Care Diagnosis Experience
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Linkage Experience
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Retention Experience
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Out of Care Experience
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Conclusions
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What Can (or Should) We Measure?
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What is "Effective" Engagement in Care?
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From Retention to Effectiveness
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Major Clinical Outcomes in ART
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Effect of Early versus Deferred Antiretroviral Therapy for HIV on Survival
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News Article on San Francisco HIV Policy
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Translating Policy into Action: The Ward 86 Experience
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Patients and Measurements
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Analyses
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Patients at the Ward 86 HIV/AIDS Clinic at San Francisco General Hospital, 2001-2011
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Average Individual HIV RNA Levels each Calendar Year, N=5,963
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Time from Clinic Entry to HIV RNA Suppression, N=2,546
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Mean HIV RNA Level by CD4 Level at Entry, N=2,546
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Factors Associated with HIV RNA Suppression Six Months afte Clinic Entry, N=2,546
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Time to HIV RNA Rebound from First HIV RNA < 500 c/ml, N=1,577
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Conclusions
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Implications
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CAPS Town Hall
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Study Objectives
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Campaign Procedures
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Community Campaign Profile
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CHC Sites: Kakyerere, Uganda
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Community Mobilization
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Campaign Staff Training
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Real Time Data Analysis
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Campaign Field Laboratory
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Image of the Setting
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Images of Participants
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Study Population
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Patient Transit Time Through Campaign
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HIV Prevalence
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HIV Prevalence by Age and Gender
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Prior HIV Testing and New Diagnoses
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CD4+ T cell Counts in Adults
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CD4+ Counts: Community Campaign vs. Clinic
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Fingerprick-Based Viral Load
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Community Viral Load
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Linkage to HIV Care
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Routine Referral to HIV Care
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Hypertension and Diabetes
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Linkage to Care - TB, HTN, DM
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Summary
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Thank you
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Thank you!
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