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Increasing PrEP Among African Americans in Louisville KY

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Increasing PrEP Among African Americans in Louisville KY

This study evaluates the effectiveness of a multifaceted strategy to increase pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP; a medication regimen to reduce HIV risk) uptake among high risk African Americans in Louisville, KY. We will do this by 1) implementing a media campaign to raise awareness about PrEP, 2) providing PrEP education to medical personnel who can prescribe PrEP, and 3) partnering with AIDS service organizations to improve outreach and linkage to PrEP services.

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Behavioral - Project Prevent

The Project Prevent intervention entails 1) a media campaign to raise PrEP awareness, 2) geographically targeted education initiatives with medical personnel to increase access to consumers, and 3) programming with AIDS service organizations to improve service delivery around PrEP.

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Increasing Pre-exposure Prophylaxis Among High-Risk African Americans in Louisville KY

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NCT03559595

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