Syndemic Service Navigation and Integrated Testing

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Syndemic Service Navigation and Integrated Testing

Integration is based on the understanding that a behavior that makes someone vulnerable to one infection, such as sharing drug injection equipment or having condomless sex, may put an individual at risk for multiple infections, and that the prevention and treatment of these multiple infections can be addressed in a single intervention or service visit.

This page contains information about deliverable grids, workplans, trainings, guidance documents, and other resources for folks performing syndemic service navigation and/or integrated testing. Ideally, integrated services should give clients, regardless of the initial reason for seeking care, seamless access to tailored and comprehensive services for HIV, STIs, and viral hepatitis to meet their specific needs.


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Syndemic Prevention Subject Matter Assessment

The purpose of this test is to ensure that anyone across Washington State providing syndemic prevention services has the same baseline knowledge of HIV, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), Hepatitis C (HCV), and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP).

Please review these resources before starting the test, as they will assist with the subject matter necessary for success.

Deliverable Grids and Workplans

Deliverable Grid Template

Work Plan Template


Syndemic Navigation Training - March 2024

Integrated Testing Modular-Based TrainingComing Summer 2024

Motivational Interviewing - Creating a Wellness Moment

Guidance Documents

EvalWeb Data Variable Set

Identifying Testing Sites Template

Integrated Testing Compliance Checklist

Syndemic Service Navigation Guidelines

Test Event Template

2021 Nonclinical HIV Testing Guidelines