Linking Communities to Care (LINC) through HIV and PrEP Navigation program
Session Number: 2678
Track: Health Evaluation
Session Type: Poster
Tags: assessment, HIV/AIDS
First Author or Discussion Group Leader: Robin Kelley [Evaluation Manager - National Minority AIDS Council]
Time: Nov 08, 2017 (07:00 PM - 08:30 PM)
Room: Poster 115
Theme: My presentation doesn't specifically relate to the theme
Audience Level: Advanced
Session Abstract (150 words):
Using a web based application a survey was disseminated nationally to over 13000 people to assess their use of HIV Navigators, particularly during this era of biomedical interventions for HIV prevention services. With the use of such biomedical interventions like PrEP the pre-exposure prophylaxis to help prevent the transmission of HIV, if taken according to its prescription, many are confident that HIV will no longer be at epidemic levels in this country. One way to assist is to use navigator services. These services can help make treatment equitable for many. Yet, in what ways are these navigators used? The findings from this national survey helps to answer these and other questions.
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