Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Resources

The field of HIV Prevention is constantly changing. Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is the latest and most exciting bio-medical intervention for HIV prevention. As with any new intervention PrEP has generated a variety of reactions from excitment to trepidation. The following websites and videos will help you discover the facts, weigh the pros and cons and come to your own conclusions. Check back often for updates.


These websites provide a wide array of information about PrEP.


These videos provide the PrEP basics, from what it is, to how it works, to deciding whether to use PreP, to how to use it.


These blogs and opinion pieces discuss personal experiences with PreP and address controversies surrounding the protocol.

Resources for Patients

Printable information sheets are available here, as well as a link to the Truvada website's payment options page. 

Clinical Resources

Click here to find resources for clinicians.
May 14, 2014 CDC issues clinical practice guidelines for PrEP see them HERE.

March 10, 2014 PrEP Forum - Hotel Whitcomb, San Francisco

Click here to find the agenda, PowerPoint slides, and other materials from the PrEP forum in San Francisco that was sponsored by CA PTC, CAPS, CoE, PAETC, SFAF, and APIAHF. 

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