People who ultimately access PrEP are oftentimes those who’ve discussed it with friends, partners, or others with personal experience taking it. Those conversations help shape norms about PrEP and can establish it as something that people think of as beneficial or acceptable. If African American men aren’t hearing or talking about PrEP, they’re at a distinct disadvantage because they might not be finding out about how it could benefit them. Read more on Facebook.
UCHAPS jurisdictions meet in Philadelphia to discuss jurisdictional scale-up of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). Presentations and discussions focus on health department and community partner implementation strategies. View Presentations.