Identification of Behavioral and Clinical Predictors of Early HIV Infection (Project DETECT)

OMB 0920-1100

OMB 0920-1100

CDC provides guidelines for HIV testing and diagnosis for the United States, as well as technical guidance for its grantees. The goals of the project are to: 1) characterize the performance of new HIV tests for detecting established and acute HIV infection at the point of care (POC) relative to each other and currently used gold standard, non-POC tests, and 2) identify behavioral and clinical predictors of early HIV infection. CDC will use the HIV testing data collected in this project to update HIV testing guidance documents to reflect the latest available testing technologies and their performance characteristics. CDC will use the information on behavioral and clinical characteristics of persons with early infection to help HIV test providers (including CDC grantees) more effectively target the tests designed to detect early HIV infection, which are the most expensive HIV tests and are most appropriately used to test those at highest risk of infection.

The latest form for Identification of Behavioral and Clinical Predictors of Early HIV Infection (Project DETECT) expires 2022-01-31 and can be found here.

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Federal Enterprise Architecture: Health - Health Care Services

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