This study was funded by the National Institutes of Mental Health (Grants MH105180 [to J. A. C.] and MH120512 [to M. M. D.]), Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (Grant HD085780; to J. A. C.), and National Institutes of Health (Grant P30 A1027763; to J. M.).
Open Forum Infectious Diseases
COVID-19 (Disease) -- United States -- Health care, COVID-19 (Disease) -- Testing, Patient self-monitoring, Coronavirus infections, Medical policy
The current severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 testing policy and practice limits testing as a prevention tool. Radical shifts are required to increase the scale of rapid testing strategies and improve dissemination and implementation of venue-based and self-testing approaches. Attention to the full translation pipeline is required to reach high-risk segments of the population.
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Catania, J. A., Martin, J., Dolcini, M. M., Orellana, E. R., & Henne, J. (2021). Shifting Coronavirus Disease 2019 Testing Policy and Research to Include the Full Translation Pipeline. Open Forum Infectious Diseases, 8(2), ofaa649.