JSI’s USAID DISCOVER-Health Project contributes towards HIV epidemic control in Zambia and has produced a number of PrEP campaign materials. See below!
- PrEP Your Client for Protection in 5 Easy Steps
- Be Ready with PrEP Fact Sheet
- Be Ready with PrEP Frequently Asked Questions
- Zambia Ending AIDS Posters
Introduction to Zambia Ending AIDS
The Zambia Ending AIDS campaign is all about taking control of your sexual health. Knowing your HIV status is important and so is living your life free from judgement and stigma. There is an HIV prevention or treatment option out there that suits you and your lifestyle – and we can help you find it! This video is an introduction to how the campaign was created.
What is HIV risk?
The first step to safeguarding your health is by knowing your HIV status. Whatever result you get, there is a way to manage it, be healthy, live your life, and crucially be safer in the knowledge you gain. So, how do you know if you’re at risk of contracting HIV? This video outlines the different practices that may put you at risk and ways to protect yourself by choosing an HIV prevention plan that suits your life.
Asking to Use a Condom
Condoms offer all-in-one protection from HIV, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and pregnancy. They’re cheap and readily available from most pharmacies and health centers. Asking to use a condom though isn’t always so easy, right? Worried you will get a bad reaction from your partner or just not sure how to say it? This video gives you tips on how to start that conversation. Remember, pleasure is important, but so is protection. Luckily, condoms can offer both!
How to Take PrEP
Have you heard about PrEP? It’s a new daily pill to help prevent HIV. It’s safe, discreet and puts you in control of protecting yourself. It’s for people who are HIV negative but are at risk of contracting. So, could you be eligible for it? This video helps you find out more about PrEP and if it could be right for you.
Living with HIV
What’s it like living with HIV? From the moment you find out, to getting on treatment, and planning for your future. HIV is like any other disease. It’s important to remember you can live a long and happy life. There will be challenges, like dealing with stigma and judgement, but this video shows why the power lies with you and how you can respond to your status with resilience and positivity.
Guide to Providing PrEP
Calling all healthcare providers! This video is for you, as we outline some top tips and guidance on prescribing PrEP. We want to empower you with the information you need about PrEP, inform you on how best to counsel your client on what’s right for them, and support them in a non-judgmental manner.
What is PrEP?
You prepare yourself for the weather, you prepare yourself for a test, you prepare for the future…so why not prepare for safer sex? PrEP is a new daily pill to help prevent HIV. It’s safe, discreet and puts you in control of protecting yourself. It’s for people who are HIV negative but are at risk of contracting. This video shares more information about what PrEP is and how to take it.
There’s a new way to prevent HIV and it’s called PrEP! It’s a daily pill that is safe and discreet to take. If you’re HIV negative and are at risk of contracting, PrEP could be what you need to protect yourself. Don’t just take it from us, check out what your favorite celebrities – Bombshell, Bobby East, Slap-Dee and Mwaka Mugala – have to say about it!
HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Knowledge among General Practitioners in 2020: A French survey
This article from Infectious Diseases Now analyses the knowledge of and position on PrEP amongst general practitioners in Hauts-de-France, France.
An Update on Expanding HIV Preexposure Prophylaxis
This article from the Journal of the American Academy of Physicians Assistants describes how to better employ PrEP in the United States in light of changes to the Centers for Disease Control guidelines on PrEP counselling, monitoring, and delivery, and approval of injectable cabotegravir for PrEP by the US Food and Drug Administration.
Same-day Initiation of Oral Pre-exposure Prophylaxis among Gay, Bisexual, and Other Cisgender Men who Have Sex with Men and Transgender Women in Brazil, Mexico, and Peru (ImPrEP): A prospective, single-arm, open-label, multicentre implementation study
This article from The Lancet HIV assesses the feasibility of same-day oral PrEP delivery amongst gay and bisexual men who have sex with men and transgender women in Brazil, Mexico, and Peru.
Cost-effectiveness Analysis of the Daily HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis in Men who Have Sex with Men in Barcelona
This article from PLOS One models the cost-effectiveness of daily oral PrEP use amongst gay and bisexual men who have sex with men in Barcelona, Spain.
Estimating the Impact of HIV PrEP Regimens Containing Long-acting Injectable Cabotegravir or Daily Oral Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate/Emtricitabine among Men who Have Sex with Men in the United States: A mathematical modelling study for HPTN 083
This article from The Lancet Regional Health- Americas describes the results of a modelling exercise which compares the potential population-level impact of oral PrEP (TDF/FTC) and Cabotegravir for PrEP among gay and bisexual men who have sex with men in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Nurse-facilitated PrEP Delivery for Adolescent Girls and Young Women Seeking Contraception at Retail Pharmacies in Kisumu, Kenya
This article from AIDS evaluates PrEP uptake, initiation, and continuation within a nurse-facilitated pharmacy-based delivery model for Kenyan adolescent girls and young women seeking contraception at retail pharmacies.
Efficacy of Daily Text Messaging to Support Adherence to HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) among Stimulant-Using Men Who Have Sex with Men
This article from Substance Use & Misuse evaluates the efficacy of the individualized Texting for Adherence Building (iTAB) intervention for PrEP adherence among 119 gay and bisexual men who have sex with men who use stimulants in California, USA.
Primary Care Provider HIV PrEP Knowledge, Attitudes, and Prescribing Habits: A cross-sectional survey of late adopters in rural and suburban practice
This article from the Journal of Primary Care & Community Health describes the current knowledge, attitudes, and prescribing behaviors of HIV PrEP in primary care providers in Pennsylvania, USA with a focus on the perceived barriers and facilitators to PrEP prescribing.
Young Adult Perspectives on Sex, Dating, and PrEP Use During the Pandemic and Improving the Future of PrEP Care
This article from AIDS and Behavior examines the experiences of young adults with sex, dating, and PrEP use during California’s Covid-19 “shelter-in-place” orders and their perceptions on how to improve PrEP care in this age group.
Differentiated HIV Services for Transgender People in Four South African Districts: Population characteristics and HIV care cascade
This article from the Journal of the International AIDS Society describes a differentiated service delivery model across four South African sites and transgender individuals who access these services. It assesses whether hormone therapy is associated with continued use of PrEP and viral load suppression.