The PrEPWatch Resource Database offers a wide range of material on the status of PrEP as an option for biomedical HIV prevention around the world. Search this database to find step-by-step guidance for rolling out PrEP, summaries of the research to date on safety, efficacy and implementation, tools to assist planning and roll out, country updates on PrEP policy and access, and lessons learned from those efforts.
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More than just oral PrEP: exploring interest in rectal douche, dissolvable implant, removable implant and injection HIV prevention approaches among racially diverse men who have sex with men in the Northeast Corridor
This exploratory and cross-sectional study investigated interest in four biomedical prevention tools—rectal douche, dissolvable implant, removable implant and injection—among a racially diverse sample of men who have sex with men from the Northeast Corridor region between Philadelphia and Trenton.
AIDSVu is an interactive online mapping tool that visualizes the impact of the HIV epidemic on communities across the United States to increase disease awareness and promote data-driven public health decision-making. This includes information on PrEP use and need from national to city level.
Monitoring & Evaluation
USA HIV National Strategic Plan A Roadmap to End the Epidemic, 2021-25
This HIV National Strategic Plan (HIV Plan) sets forth bold targets for ending the HIV epidemic in the United States by 2030. The HIV Plan articulates goals, objectives and strategies to prevent new infections, treat people with HIV to improve health outcomes, reduce HIV-related disparities, and better integrate and coordinate the efforts of all partners…
FDA approves second drug to prevent HIV infection as part of ongoing efforts to end the HIV epidemic
DISCOVER study for HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP): F/TAF has a more rapid onset and longer sustained duration of HIV protection compared with F/TDF
Guidance for the Use of Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for the Prevention of HIV Acquisition in British Columbia
These guidelines were developed by the British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS and focus on the provision of PrEP as a part of a comprehensive approach to combination prevention, drawing on implementation and research evidence and WHO recommendations.