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Conversations in HIV Prevention: Successful Strategies to Implement PrEP and Maintain Patient Engagement
AMA/ANCC/ACPE Activities
The expansion of PrEP provision could help to stem the number of new HIV infections globally. Studies are underway to optimize their tolerability with novel regimens and methods of delivery in the hope that persons with diverse patterns of sexual risk and personal preferences will find chemoprophylaxis to be acceptable and beneficial. However, in addition to antiretroviral regimen tolerability and efficacy, there are clearly social and behavioral factors that impact adherence to medications and associated clinical monitoring, which remain suboptimal in some populations; developing interventions to support adherence to chemoprophylaxis will be essential.

In this episode of Conversations in HIV, the faculty engages in a thought-provoking discussion identifying strategies to facilitate successful and sustainable implementation of PrEP for specific patients to include a MSM and IDU at Risk for HIV, Cisgender Woman Without HIV and MSM with Multiple Comorbidities.
Review the activity and claim AMA, ANCC or ACPE credit/contact hour after completion of a brief pretest and posttest/evaluation.


Meredith Clement, MD Meredith Clement, MD
Assistant Professor
Infectious Diseases
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
Raphael J Landovitz, MD, MSc Raphael J Landovitz, MD, MSc
Professor of Medicine
UCLA Center for Clinical AIDS Research & Education
Hyman Scott, MD, MPH Hyman Scott, MD, MPH
Assistant Clinical Professor
University of California, San Francisco
Medical Director, Clinical Research
Bridge HIV, San Francisco Department of Public Health

Supported by an independent educational grant from Viiv Healthcare. ViiV Healthcare was not involved in the development of content or selection of faculty for this educational activity.

Launch Date: September 26, 2022
Release Date: September 26, 2022
Expiration Date: August 31, 2023

August 31, 2023
Mini Module