With a TelePrEP program, any patient with a phone or computer would be able to get a prescription for PrEP after a Skype-like consultation with a provider, rather than an in-person visit to a clinic.
The World Health Organization's Essential Medicines List is used by many countries to help increase access to medicines and guide decisions on which ones should be made available to their populations.
Expert: Long-Awaited CDC HIV Report on Conception Options for Serodiscordant Couples Is Disappointing and Confusing
We're in the middle of a revolution in our efforts to fight HIV. However, you wouldn't know it from a new U.S. health department agency report that advises providers about conception when one partner is living with HIV.
Exciting data on reduced HIV incidence among gay men attending five London clinics.
Community-Based and Comprehensive, Response to HIV Among People Injecting Drugs in Athens Reversed Climb in New Cases
New rapid response of HIV care and prevention measures reached an estimated 88 percent of people injecting drugs in Athens, Greece within the year that followed the initiation of the services.
A review of evidence on a range of effective interventions to reduce the risk of HIV transmission among people who inject drugs.
Research Update: Youth Who Use Drugs Who Cannot Access Addiction Treatment Are Twice as Likely to Start Injecting
Researchers found that youth who used cocaine, crack, heroin or methamphetamines, but who had never injected, were twice as likely to start injecting after being unable to access addiction treatment.
If you're looking for resources to inform an evidence-based decision, guidelines are a key tool.
David Fawcett, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. admits he was a bit shocked by seeing rainbow-colored syringe packs, but asks, "Can we really afford not to utilize every tool we have to prevent HIV and HCV?"
A single intramuscular dose of long-acting rilpivirine (Edurant) significantly lowered HIV in rectal tissue but not in vaginal or cervical tissue, according to a recent study.