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Suggested: 6 weeks...
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Beginner Level

Beginner Level

Hours to complete

Approx. 12 hours to complete

Suggested: 6 weeks...
Available languages

English

Subtitles: English...

Syllabus - What you will learn from this course

Week
1
Hours to complete
2 hours to complete

Module 1

In this module, we describe PrEP and the evidence from the formative international studies that led to guidelines in the US and abroad recommending its implementation for HIV prevention. For patients, we discuss the importance of assessing your individual need and readiness to begin PrEP. For providers, we present case studies of implementation projects around the world. Please be sure to follow the link on the right below each video to complete a short speaker evaluation. Thanks!...
Reading
7 videos (Total 87 min), 1 quiz
Video7 videos
Module 1 Introductionm
State of the Science34m
My Decision to Get on PrEP8m
Demonstration Projects22m
Is PrEP Right for Me?13m
Peer Summary4m
Quiz1 practice exercise
Based on provider-focused and shared content18m
Week
2
Hours to complete
1 hour to complete

Module 2

In this module, we distinguish PrEP from post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) and when each is most appropriate. We also review what's in the pipeline for other forms of PrEP medication and modes of delivery. For Providers, we explain the activity of tenofovir/emtricitibine against HIV infection, its general pharmacodynamics and the application of clinical practice guidelines in a community clinic....
Reading
7 videos (Total 68 min), 1 quiz
Video7 videos
PrEP and nPEP for HIV Prevention12m
PrEP: Pharmacodynamics / Pharmacokinetics11m
Emerging Data/Ongoing Trials for PrEP11m
Community-Based Implementation of CDC PrEP Guidelines13m
PrEP Pipeline13m
Peer Summary5m
Quiz1 practice exercise
Based on provider-focused and shared content18m
Week
3
Hours to complete
4 hours to complete

Module 3

In this module, we review issues related to accessing and navigating the healthcare system that are relevant to priority populations for PrEP, including men who have sex with men (MSM), women, sero-different couples, adolescents, transgender persons, sex workers and persons who inject drugs or experience coercive sex. For patients, content covers self-advocacy and population-focused concerns and resources for PrEP services. For providers, we discuss the need and approach for tailoring PrEP for priority and often under-served communities with cultural humility....
Reading
13 videos (Total 190 min), 1 quiz
Video13 videos
PrEP for the Transgender Community34m
Adolescents & PrEP21m
Women in Sex Work Exposed to Violence or Coercion12m
PrEP in Women and Serodifferent Couples17m
Provider Considerations for Engaging Men Who Have Sex with Men with PrEP7m
PWID, HIV Infection and PrEP26m
Adolescents & PrEP12m
Women in Sex Work Exposed to Violence or Coercion12m
PrEP in Women and Serodifferent Couples13m
MSM Self-advocacy and Health Care Empowerment for PrEP4m
PrEP -- A new tool in the PWID toolkit?16m
Peer Summary- Module 39m
Quiz1 practice exercise
Based on provider-focused and shared content26m
Week
4
Hours to complete
2 hours to complete

Module 4

In this module, we review issues related to accessing PrEP. For providers, we consider how to identify priority populations for PrEP in your service area, discuss the relative costs and outcomes for PrEP as a public health program, key elements of a PrEP business plan and the role of community outreach. For patients, barriers to accessing services are addressed....
Reading
9 videos (Total 125 min), 1 quiz
Video9 videos
Paying for PrEP: Patient Assistance Programs12m
Should your Clinic Offer PrEP? Build It and They Will Come19m
PrEP Implementation: A Community Based Nurse-Led Model13m
Business Case -- Cost-Effectiveness of PrEP17m
Integrating PrEP into Clinical Practice13m
PrEP Community Outreach in Baltimore24m
PrEParing For Pleasure -- Navigating Barriers15m
Peer Summary7m
Quiz1 practice exercise
Based on provider-focused and shared content18m
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Top Reviews

By KJOct 11th 2018

really thorough overview of PrEP, great faculty and will be a great resource to reference back to. I learned a lot (and reinforced a lot of what I already knew, too!) thanks!

By KDJul 29th 2017

Extremely interesting for those looking to work in HIV related fields.

Instructor

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Dr. Jason Farley, PhD, MPH, CRNP

Associate Professor
School of Nursing

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