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Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis: A Primer for Primary Care

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Initiation and continuation of PrEP has shifted over the years from specialty care to primary care due to higher patient access, improved rapport through longitudinal and comprehensive care, and simplicity of management.

Despite the widespread availability of PrEP, incidence rates of HIV has stagnated in the past several years highlighting the need to mobilize primary care doctors to provide more PrEP care.

Those enrolled in this course will be able to review PrEP medications and efficacy, discuss PrEP indications/contraindications, initiation and monitoring guidelines, and tactics to incorporate PrEP into their current practice & streamlining the process of PrEP management.

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