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As new PrEP products move out of clinical trials and toward market entry, implementation research has a pivotal role to play in guiding the introduction and scale-up of these new products in real-world service delivery settings. In this webinar, we will hear from the investigators of new implementation studies offering choice of PrEP products, including oral PrEP, injectable cabotegravir, and the dapivirine vaginal ring. Presenters will discuss their study designs and PrEP choice interventions, and webinar attendees will learn how these groundbreaking studies spanning diverse geographies and priority populations will generate critical evidence and lessons for HIV prevention efforts across the globe.

Speakers and Panelists
Kristine Torjesen, FHI 360
Sanele Ngulube, Pangaea Zimbabwe AIDS Trust, MOSAIC NextGen Squad
Elizabeth Irungu, Jhpiego
James Ayieko, Kenya Medical Research Institute
Catherine Koss, University of California, San Francisco
Sara Allinder, Georgetown University
Inês Dourado, Collective Health Institute / Federal University of Bahia, Brazil

This webinar is part of the Global PrEP Learning Network webinar series hosted by the PEPFAR– and USAID– supported MOSAIC project. Learn more about MOSAIC and the PrEP Learning Network by visiting PrEPWatch.

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