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You can access this
clinical trial
if you have
HIV Infections
and you are
between 18 and 100
years old
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The purpose

The proposed pilot research has three aims: 1) to determine the feasibility and acceptability of provision of HIV self-testing kit in order to increase uptake and engagement of HIV testing among emergency department patients who decline conventional emergency department HIV testing and to increase the engagement of HIV testing at a regular basis for those with an increased risk for HIV (the index participants); 2) to determine the uptake and engagement of HIV testing by provision of HIV self-testing kit; and 3) to determine the feasibility and acceptability of HIV self-testing kit referral among partners or peers of the index participants. The investigators will conduct a pilot randomized study at Johns Hopkins Hospital emergency department on (1) patients who decline routine HIV testing offer and (2) patients who are at an increased risk for HIV. The consented patient will be randomized to HIV self-testing kit group which the investigators will provide a free Food and Drug Administration-approved HIV self-testing home kit for the participant to take it home or to reference group which the investigators will not provide the self-testing kit. Consented patients in both groups will fill out a short survey regarding their socio-demographic information as well as their experience and perceptions regarding HIV testing. For patients who are in the HIV self-testing kit group, they will be asked if they would like to take a free HIV self-testing home kit home. Participants in this group will also receive information regarding how to access "I Want The Kit" website to report the completion of HIV self-testing at home. For patients who are in the reference group, a standard pamphlet regarding the importance of HIV testing and HIV testing venues in Baltimore City used by emergency department-based HIV testing program will be provided to the patients. Follow-up questionnaires will inquire regarding the patient's experience regarding HIV testing since their index visit. When the participants in the HIV self-testing kit group in Aim 1, they will also be provided 5 referral cards for their partners and peers for them to request a free HIV self-testing kit from the "I Want The Kit" website. At the 1-month phone follow-up, the investigators will ask participants if they are able to give the referral cards to their partner(s) or friend(s), how they think if their partner(s) and/or friend(s) will request an HIV self-testing kit from the "I Want The Kit" website.

Provided treatments

  • Behavioral: HIV Self-testing

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Tris trial is registered with FDA with number: NCT03021005. The sponsor of the trial is Johns Hopkins University and it is looking for 202 volunteers for the current phase.
Official trial title:
Provision of HIV Self-Test Kit to Increase Uptake of HIV Testing Among Emergency Department Patients Who Decline Emergency Department-Based HIV Screening.