Developed by Project Inform, these resources describe key aspects of taking PrEP: risk assessment, discussions with medical providers, routine HIV and STD testing, decision making and adherence, among others.
Federal Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Guidelines
Talking to patients about PrEP: A PDF publication for providers
PrEP and PEP Action Kit
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PrEP: A new tool to fight HIV
Using PrEP in relationships with positive men
Making the decision with your doctor to use PrEP
Figuring out how PrEP fits into your life
As many as 90% of patients will experience viral symptoms associated with acute HIV infection within 1 to 4 weeks of exposure to HIV. Learn to identify the symptoms.
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Developed by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), these kits include resources to assist providers with integrating prevention into the care of their patients with HIV disease.
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Written by HIV providers based on their own clinical experiences, these articles address approaches for incorporating prevention into clinical practice and related topics.
Developed by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), this evaluation toolkit offers a package of evaluation materials that can be used to determine the effect that expanded HIV screening activities has on patient attitudes toward and accepting HIV testing.
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