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Closing the PrEP Care Gap with TelePrEP

Event date: 5/8/2024 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Export event

Training for Health Centers

This training session was delivered by the HITEQ Center in collaboration with Housing Works, a health center based in New York City. Staff from Housing Works provided an overview of the TelePrEP model, considerations for implementation, and successes and barriers their TelePrEP program has faced. All health center staff were welcome to attend, and the content will be useful for all seeking to expand PrEP access for HIV prevention in their health center and community.

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