PrEP Provider Resources
- Federal Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Guidelines
Talking to patients about PrEP: A PDF publication for providers
- New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene PrEP and PEP Action Kit
Other PrEP Resources
Learn to Recognize Acute HIV Infection Tool
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.
- Incorporating Prevention into Care: Now that We Know It Works, What Should We Do? (Dr. Mark Thrun)
- Retention and Re-Engagement in Care (Drs. Michael S. Saag and Michael Mugavero)
- Identifying Substance Abuse in HIV-Infected Patients (Dr. Glenn J. Treisman)
- Evaluating Gaps in HIV Care and Treatment: The Medical Monitoring Project (Dr. Jacek Skarbinski)
Prevention IS Care Provider Resources
The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), these resources to assist providers with integrating prevention into the care of their patients with HIV disease.
Patient and Provider Perspectives about Routine HIV Screening
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.