Preventing New HIV Infections

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More tools are now available for your patients to reduce their risk of acquiring HIV. Access risk-reduction tools and resources, including information about pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) from Prescribe HIV Prevention.

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Treatment as Prevention

Learn more about the importance of viral suppression as a tool to prevent transmission of HIV and how to discuss this with patients.

Syringe Service

Learn more about syringe service programs that can provide a range of services, including linkage to substance use disorder treatment; access to and disposal of sterile syringes and injection equipment; and vaccination, testing, and linkage to care and treatment for infectious diseases.

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Clinician Prevention Materials

Access tools and resources from Prescribe HIV Prevention to help incorporate PrEP and PEP into primary care settings, as well as other HIV prevention options.

Continuing Education

Advancing PrEP in Practice: Practical Strategies for Everyday Challenges and Preventing HIV Infection in the Primary Care Setting: The Role of PrEP are continuing medical education offerings that provide guidance to clinicians on prescribing PrEP as and HIV prevention option for high-risk patients.

Guidelines and Recommendations
Guidelines and Recommendations

Access guidelines, scientific evidence, and recommendations to reduce the risk of new HIV infections.

Download or order clinician and patient materials from CDC's Let's Stop HIV Together campaign