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NTTAP Webinar Series: HIV Prevention: Combatting PrEP Implementation Challenges NTTAP Webinar Series: HIV Prevention: Combatting PrEP Implementation Challenges

NTTAP Webinar Series: HIV Prevention: Combatting PrEP Implementation Challenges

Weitzman Institute

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Are you encountering challenges implementing PrEP at your health center? You are not alone! Join our upcoming webinar to hear experts share their best practices for integrating HIV PrEP! 

Expert faculty will present case-based scenarios illustrating common challenges to integrating HIV PrEP in primary care. As part of improving clinical workforce development, this session will delve into a variety of specific PrEP implementation challenges. Participants will leave with strategies to overcome these obstacles to establish or strengthen their PrEP program.
 

HealthHIV: TelePrEP in Practice HealthHIV: TelePrEP in Practice

HealthHIV: TelePrEP in Practice

Webinar focused Readiness, Delivery, and Engagement

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Designed to engage providers seeking knowledge and skills to implement the delivery of PrEP via telehealth (known as "telePrEP") in their practices, the session showcased models of practice and the role of clinicians and navigators within a PrEP care team. Speaker presentations were followed by a facilitated question and answer session.

Bright Spots in HIV Screening

Health center examples, developed June 2022

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Since 2020, health centers have reported the HIV Screening clinical quality measure on the UDS. HITEQ hosted discussions with health centers in fall of 2021 to find out how they have made progress...

Opportunities and Strategies to Optimize PrEP Uptake in Key Communities

Health HIV Medical Education

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Activity Description: PrEP continues to be underused by people who could benefit from it, especially those who face health disparities. Of the 1.2 million people in the U.S. who can benefit from taking PrEP, only about 23% have used PrEP. Data on PrEP coverage shows that racial/ethnic minorities, sexual minorities, youth, and women access PrEP at even lower rates. The interactive live webinar will feature perspectives of multiple diverse HIV prevention experts on PrEP uptake among relevant consumer/patient communities, including Black women, same-gender-loving (SGL) Black and Latinx men, and transgender individuals. Presenters will consider both challenges and opportunities for PrEP use among these communities,specific access issues, and strategies and model practices for providers and healthcare teams to address the unique barriers.
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