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  • Formalities
  • We are privileged to have 4
  • Sit back and relax while we take you on a little jury. There are some things in life that money can’t buy. Every infection we prevent we add the opportunities for unforgettable moments.
  • The Pleasure factor. We all to have fun and a lot of it.
  • Slow when it comes to finding out your HIV status is not a good thing. Infection is more likely to be spread during the acute phase right before traditional HIV test detect the HIV antibodies in your system. In this case a window period of 9 -11 days is much better than 90 days.
  • We are not the first to embrace and implement the use of the HIV NAAT technology. N. Carolina, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Atlanta, New York City*, Illinois We believe in efficiency here in Texas so we let the other areas test it out first so we can learn from their mistakes and build from there.
  • It only took a couple of years, but that the past and we are talking about the here and now and the future.

Hiv   naat presentation deborah carr 5 26-2010 Hiv naat presentation deborah carr 5 26-2010 Presentation Transcript

  • HIV NAAT Deborah Carr,  Assistant Senior Public Health Advisor HIV/STD Prevention and Care Branch Texas Department of State Health Services in Texas Nine months and counting
  • Presentation Objectives
    • Provide an understanding of HIV Nucleic Acid Amplification Testing (NAAT)from the perspective of :
    • Laboratory
    • Clinical
    • Public Health Follow-up
    • function development perspective.
    • • Provide an understanding of typical problems in the design process for
    • vehicle control systems and the role that models play in solving these.
    • • Running example – Collision Warning with Auto Brake.          
  • Presentation Overview
    • Introduction
    • Impact of HIV NAAT in Texas- Nine months and counting
    • Historical perspective from a veteran HIV NAAT user
    • HIV NAAT Laboratory Process
    • Break -15 minutes
    • Clinical aspects of HIV NAAT
    •   Public Health Follow-up on NAAT positive clients and contacts
    • Panel questions and answers
    • Lessons learned
    • The cost of early detection and prevention
    • Next Steps
    • Adjourn
  • Introduction
  • Some like it slow and easy
    • What things do you want time to stand still for?
    • -First kiss
    • -Sitting by the water
    • -Walking in the park
    • -Sunrise or sunset
    • -Your favorite meal
    • -A glass of wine
    • -Time shared with someone you love
    • -The arrival of a new baby
  • Some like it fast
    • Cars
    • Bikes
    • Women/Men
    • Tax refund
    • Sports
    • Games
  • Urgency 90 DAYS 9-11 Days
  • Other HIV NAAT Locations N. Carolina Seattle San Francisco Los Angeles Atlanta New York City* Illinois
  • NAAT Testing Sites in Texas Houston Dallas
  • Dallas
    • First Thing First
      • Survived bureaucratic process
      • Purchased equipment
      • Hired laboratory staff
      • Developed protocols and procedures for lab
      • Developed protocols and procedures for PHFU
    • Implemented NAAT in July 2009
    • Phase 1 high risk locations
    • Phase 2 low risk locations
    • Deborah Carr
    • Assistant Senior Public Health Advisor
    • HIV/STD Prevention and Care Branch
    • Texas Department of State Health Services
    • MC 1873
    • PO Box 149347
    • Austin, TX 78714
    •  
    • Phone: 512-533-3088
    • FAX: 512-371-4677
    • E-mail: deborah.carr@dshs.state.tx.us
    •