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Target population: HIV-negative (or unknown status) men who have sex with men (MSM) in the United States

Intervention effects/outcomes: Increased HIV testing; Increased newly identified HIV infections

Study years: 2015 – 2016

Structural components: Access, Physical Structure (services in a non-traditional setting)


MacGowan, R. J., Chavez, P. R., Borkowf, C. B., Owen, S. M., Purcell, D. W., Mermin, J. H., Sullivan, P. S., & eSTAMP Study Group. (2020). Effect of internet-distributed HIV self-tests on HIV diagnosis and behavioral outcomes in men who have sex with men: A randomized clinical trial. JAMA Internal Medicine, 180(1), 117–125.

Target population: HIV-positive injecting drug users in treatment.

Intervention effects/outcomes: Increased engagement in HIV care

Study years: 2012 – 2014


Samet, J. H., Blokhina, E., Cheng, D. M., Walley, A. Y., Lioznov, D., Gnatienko, N., Quinn, E. K., Bridden, C., Chaisson, C. E., Toussova, O., Gifford, A. L., Raj, A., & Krupitsky, E. (2019). A strengths-based case management intervention to link HIV-positive people who inject drugs in Russia to HIV care. AIDS, 33(9):1467–1476.

Target population: Clinic patients

Intervention effects/outcomes: Improved retention in HIV care; Improved HIV viral suppression

Study years: 2014 – 2016

Structural components: Access, Policy/Procedure, Physical Structure (services in a non-traditional setting)


Byrd, K. K., Hardnett, F., Clay, P. G., Delpino, A., Hazen, R., Shankle, M. D., Camp, N. M., Suzuki, S., Weidle, P. J., & Patient-Centered HIV Care Model Team. (2019). Retention in HIV care among participants in the patient-centered HIV care model: A collaboration between community-based pharmacists and primary medical providers. AIDS Patient Care and STDs, 33(2), 58-66.

Target population: Clinic patients

Intervention effects/outcomes: Improved retention in HIV care; Improved HIV viral suppression

Study years: 2014 – 2016

Structural components: Access, Policy/Procedure, Physical Structure (services in a non-traditional setting)


Byrd, K. K., Hardnett, F., Clay, P. G., Delpino, A., Hazen, R., Shankle, M. D., Camp, N. M., Suzuki, S., Weidle, P. J., & Patient-Centered HIV Care Model Team. (2019). Retention in HIV care among participants in the patient-centered HIV care model: A collaboration between community-based pharmacists and primary medical providers. AIDS Patient Care and STDs, 33(2), 58-66.

Structural EBI

Target population: Residents of urban and peri-urban communities in Zambia and Western Cape Province, South Africa

Intervention effects/outcomes: Reduced HIV incidence at a population level

Study years: 2013 – 2018

Structural components: Access, Physical Structure (services in a non-traditional setting)


Hayes, R. J., Donnell, D., Floyd, S., Mandla, N., Bwalya, J., Sabapathy, K., Yang, B., Phiri, M., Schaap, A., Eshleman, S. H., Piwowar-Manning, E., Kosloff, B., James, A., Skalland, T., Wilson, E., Emel, L., Macleod, D., Dunbar, R., Simwinga, M., . . . HPTN 071 (PopART) Study Team. (2019). Effect of universal testing and treatment on HIV incidence - HPTN 071 (PopART). New England Journal of Medicine, 381(3), 207-018.

Target population: Men in community supervision who use drugs and their main female sex partners

Intervention effects/outcomes: Reduced condomless vaginal and/or anal sex

Study years: 2013 – 2017


El-Bassel, N., Gilbert, L., Goddard-Eckrich, D., Chang, M., Wu, E., Goodwin, S., Tibbetts, R., Almonte-Weston, M., & Hunt, T. (2019). Effectiveness of a couple-based HIV and sexually transmitted infection prevention intervention for men in community supervision programs and their female sexual partners: A randomized clinical trial. JAMA Network Open, 2(3), e191139.

Linking and Retention EBI

Target population: Adults who tested positive for HIV and who are antiretroviral treatment (ART)-naïve

Intervention effects/outcomes: Improved engagement in HIV care; Improved viral suppression

Study years: 2016 – 2017

Structural components: Access, Physical Structure (services in a non-traditional setting), Policy/Procedure


Labhardt, N. D., Ringera, I., Lejone, T. I., Klimkait, T., Muhairwe, J., Amstutz, A., & Glass, T. R. (2018). Effect of offering same-day ART vs usual health facility referral during home-based HIV testing on linkage to care and viral suppression among adults with HIV in Lesotho: The CASCADE randomized clinical trial. JAMA Journal of the American Medical Association, 319, 1103-1112.

Target population: Adults who tested positive for HIV and who are antiretroviral treatment (ART)-naïve

Intervention effects/outcomes: Improved engagement in HIV care; Improved viral suppression

Study years: 2016 – 2017

Structural components: Access, Physical Structure (services in a non-traditional setting), Policy/Procedure


Labhardt, N. D., Ringera, I., Lejone, T. I., Klimkait, T., Muhairwe, J., Amstutz, A., & Glass, T. R. (2018). Effect of offering same-day ART vs usual health facility referral during home-based HIV testing on linkage to care and viral suppression among adults with HIV in Lesotho: The CASCADE randomized clinical trial. JAMA Journal of the American Medical Association, 319, 1103-1112.

Target population: Veterans with HIV

Intervention effects/outcomes: Increased ART adherence; Increased CD4 count; Increased HIV viral suppression

Study years: 2014 – 2015

Structural components: Access, Capacity Building, Physical Structure


Bagwell, A., McFarland, M. S., & Hulgan, T. (2018). An innovative approach to addressing the HIV care continuum: Implementation of a clinical pharmacy resident in a veteran’s affairs HIV specialty clinic. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 31(5), 422-428.

Target population: Clinic patients

Intervention effects/outcomes: Increased HIV testing

Study years: 2012 – 2015

Structural components: Access, Capacity Building


Kershaw, C., Taylor, J. L., Horowitz, G., Brockmeyer, D., Libman, H., Kriegel, G., & Ngo, L. (2018). Use of an electronic medical record reminder improves HIV screening. BMC Health Services Research, 18(1):14.