Preparing Primary Care Clinicians for PrEP:
 Addressing HIV Care Gaps in Rural and Underserved Communities

HIV disproportionately impacts rural and underserved communities in the United States, signaling the need to expand HIV prevention efforts. In this four-part series, Dr. Paul Sax, Dr. Laurie Dill, and Dr. Kristy Johnson-Pich will discuss HIV prevention methods including pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), guidance for implementing PrEP in clinical practice, and best practices for assessing HIV risk. Strategies for overcoming barriers to PrEP uptake and adherence in rural and underserved populations will also be reviewed.

This series is jointly provided by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine and RME Collaborative in collaboration with the Southeast AIDS Education & Training Center.


Series Courses