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Implementing Computerized Substance Use and Depression Screening and Evidence-Based Treatments in an HIV Primary Care Population

This proposal will develop and test the delivery of integrated, sustainable, evidence-based interventions to improve health outcomes of people living with HIV with substance use disorders (SUDs). The intervention will be delivered in advance of routine health care visits, and aims to systematize SUD screening aided by use of patient portals, within several large HIV clinics in KPNC. Outcomes of interest include ongoing substance use, linkage with primary-care-based SUD-services, antiretroviral therapy adherence and response, and comorbidities linked to both SU and HIV.

Investigator: Silverberg, Michael

Funder: National Institute on Drug Abuse

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