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Community-based Organization Monitoring and Evaluation of Respect (OMB No.0920-0895 exp. 8/31/2014)—Revision—National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Background and Brief Description
CDC began formally partnering with Community-based Organizations (CBOs) in the late 1980s to expand the reach of HIV prevention efforts. CBOs were, and continue to be, recognized as important partners in HIV prevention because of their history and credibility with target populations and their access to groups that may not be easily reached. Over time, CDC's program for HIV prevention by CBOs has grown in size, scope, and complexity to respond to changes in the epidemic, including the diffusion and implementation of Effective Behavioral Interventions (EBIs) for HIV prevention.
CDC's EBIs have been shown to be effective under controlled research environments, but there is limited data on intervention implementation and client outcomes in real-world settings (as implemented by CDC-funded CBOs). The purpose of Community-based Organization Monitoring and Evaluation of Respect (CMEP-Respect) is to: (a) Assess the fidelity of the implementation of the selected intervention at the CBO; and (b) improve the performance of CDC-funded CBOs delivering the Respect intervention by monitoring changes in clients' self-reported attitudes and beliefs regarding HIV and HIV transmission risk behaviors after participating in Respect.
CDC funded four (4) CBOs to participate in CMEP-Respect for five (5) years (September 2010-August 2015). From September 1, 2012 through January 31, 2014, baseline surveys were conducted with 684 participants; 90-day follow up surveys were completed with 459 participants, and 180-day follow up surveys were completed with 343 participants.
CDC is requesting additional time to complete follow up surveys at 90- and 180-days for participants completing the intervention on or before August 31, 2014. Following their participation in the Respect intervention, participants will complete an 18 minute, self administered, computer based interview at two follow-up time points (90- and 180-days following the Respect intervention) to assess their HIV-related attitudes and behavioral risks. CBOs will be expected to retain 80% of these participants at both follow-up time points.
Throughout the project, funded CBOs will be responsible for managing the daily procedures of CMEP-Respect to ensure that all required activities are performed, all deadlines are met, and quality assurance plans, policies and procedures are upheld. CBOs will be responsible for participating in all CDC-sponsored grantee meetings related to CMEP-Respect.
Findings from this project will be primarily used by the participating CBOs. The CBOs may use the findings to: (a) Better understand if the outcomes are different across demographic and behavioral risk groups as well as agency and program model characteristics; and (b) improve the future implementation, management, and quality of Respect. CDC and other organizations interested in behavioral outcome monitoring of Respect or similar HIV prevention interventions can also benefit from lessons learned through this project.
In this request, CDC is requesting approval for approximately 200 burden hours. There is no cost to respondents except for their time.Start Printed Page 14254
Estimated Annualized Burden Hours
|Type of respondent||Form name||Number of respondents||Number of responses per
(in hours)||Total burden (in hours)|
|General Population||90-day Follow-up Survey||320||1||18/60||96|
|CMEP-Respect grantees||90-day SDN Submission||4||12||5/60||4|
|General population||180-day Follow-up Survey||320||1||18/60||96|
|CMEP-Respect grantees||180-day SDN Submission||4||12||5/60||4|
Chief, Information Collection Review Office, Office of Scientific Integrity, Office of the Associate Director for Science, Office of the Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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