Improving Equity in PrEP for PEH Through Structural Interventions

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Over the course of this 75-minute on-demand webinar, faculty discuss structural interventions to enhance engagement of PEH in PrEP care and improve equity in PrEP access. This webinar includes faculty that have applied innovative models for PrEP care among PEH, such as mobile healthcare or street medicine and pharmacy-based models, and faculty with experience advocating for housing for people living with or at risk for HIV. Faculty discuss how expanded referral relationships and partnerships in the community with housing assistance/providers can improve equity in PrEP access for PEH.

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After completing this activity, the participant should be better able to:

  • Identify structural barriers people experiencing homelessness (PEH) face in initiating and adhering to PrEP.
  • Summarize care models to reduce barriers to PrEP, such as mobile healthcare, street medicine, and pharmacy services.
  • Construct an interdisciplinary care team approach that includes partnerships with social support services to support PEH in PrEP care.
  • Sarah E. Rowan, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Colorado, School of Medicine – Denver, CO
  • Lauren Banks, MFA, M.Div, Executive Director, National HIV/AIDS Housing Coalition – Washington, D.C.