The following resources provide step by step guidance for implementing your testing program.
(Please right-click to download each resource.)
- Health Center Model (NACHC, 2009)
This document provides a model for how a community health center (CHC) can design a process where everyone 13 to 64 years of age is screened for HIV as a routine part of medical care. The tools and resources referenced were developed, tested, and successfully used by six community health centers participating in a Routine HIV Screening pilot supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
- Implementation Planning Tool (MATEC, 2010)
This checklist will help you get started and organized. It was designed to help you assign responsibilities and to build a timeline to get your testing program implemented.
- Sample Illinois Testing Brochure (MATEC, PHIMC)
This is a sample of a brochure that was designed to educate and provide information about informed consent for Routine HIV testing in Illinois.
- HIV Testing Buttons (MATEC)
These buttons were created by the Midwest AIDS Training and Education Center and have become quite popular at routine HIV testing sites.
- Routine Testing Poster – English (MATEC, PHIMC)
Today we are going to test you for HIV WHY?
- Routine Testing Poster – Spanish (MATEC, PHIMC)
Hoy te haremos la prueba del VIH ¿Por qué?