Identifying and Addressing Delivery Considerations and Best Practices

Providers who deliver PrEP services need guidelines, training, and tools


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PrEP delivery can be challenging. Be sure you have what you need, including well-trained providers and informed end users. To succeed in this step, you will need to gather information and produce materials that educate key stakeholder groups.

Develop clinical guidelines
Create and/or adapt materials and training approaches for health workers
Explore provider knowledge, attitudes, behaviors and practices
Assess national HIV testing programs for prevention efficacy

Last updated on November 15, 2017.

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