Developing and implementing PrEP at your local health center
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is an effective tool in the prevention of HIV acquisition. Advanced practice registered nurses are ideally positioned…
A future without HIV is possible and within reach for the U.S. But widely accessible PrEP is a big part of how the nation can get there.
PrEP use among women has the potential to reduce new HIV infections by 61% (with ≥ 75% adherence), yet less than 10% of men and women who are “behaviorally indicated for PrEP” are utilizing this important prevention tool.
Women remain a neglected group when it comes to PrEP education and treatment.