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The South bears the burden of the HIV epidemic in the US, with Southern states accounting for 51% of all new HIV diagnoses in 2018. PrEP is an HIV-prevention strategy that can reduce the risk of sexual HIV transmission by up to 99% and has the potential to significantly reduce the rate of HIV acquisition in populations disproportionately affected by HIV.
Module 1: PrEP as an HIV-Prevention Strategy
Module 2: Cultural Humility and Sexual Health
Module 3: Implementing PrEP
Module 4: Ongoing Monitoring for PrEP
Module 5: PEP
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