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Innovative Models for PrEP Programs in Family Planning Sites Webinar

1.00 hr
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Sexually Transmitted Disease Services

In this July 2019 webinar from the Office of Population Affairs, presenters discuss innovative models for delivering pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention services in family planning clinics, including a pharmacy-based clinic, telehealth services, and services integrating PrEP and gender-affirming care. Participants hear from speakers from the University of California, San Francisco; OneWorld Community Health Centers; Louisiana Department of Health, Bureau of Family Health; and Planned Parenthood Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Speaker(s): 

  • Shannon Weber, MSW, Director, HIVEonline.org, University of California, San Francisco
  • Jessica Downes, PharmD, BCACP, Clinical Pharmacist, OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc.
  • Gail Gibson, RN, BSN, Clinical Systems Team Lead, Louisiana Department of Health, Bureau of Family Health
  • Tisha Reed, MA, Reproductive Health Program Manager, Louisiana Department of Health, Bureau of Family Health
  • Tammy Bennett, RN, BSN, WHNP-C, Reproductive Health Statewide Nurse Consultant, Louisiana Department of Health, Bureau of Family Health
  • Ama Dankwah, MSN, CRNP,  Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, Planned Parenthood Southeastern Pennsylvania

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the role of Title X family planning clinics in ensuring access to PrEP services in their communities.
  • Describe several innovative models for implementation of PrEP services at three Title X-funded service sites.
  • Share lessons learned from Title-X funded sites implementing PrEP services.

Time: 1 hour

Certificate of Completion: Yes - available after completing the evaluation at the end of the recording