|TPCA’s PrEP Learning Series aims to educate community health center clinicians and staff on statewide resources, evidence-based practices, and other emerging topics. This series is designed to help enhance PrEP strategies, including discussion on communication and education, insurance coverage, and PrEP navigation.
|About the Session
|Learning objectives for this session include:
- Describe best practices for integrating PrEP into the primary care setting
- Outline protocols and processes for streamlining PrEP care and navigation in primary care
- Provide training and technical assistance resources for PrEP integration
|Any clinician or CHC staff involved in HIV/AIDS care including medical care, case management, and support services, or those working in a clinic that offers pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). This includes community health center primary care providers, clinic leadership/administrators, clinic nurses, and other staff that may be involved in PrEP provision (e.g. case managers or financial advisors).
|About the Speakers
|Anna Thomas, MSN, FNP-BC
Family Nurse Practitioner
Cherokee Health Systems
Clare Bolds, BA
Program Manager, Southeast/TN AIDS Education and Training Center
Vanderbilt Comprehensive Care Clinic