The IDTA@JSI project offers Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) materials and references for MDPH BIDLS-funded agencies offering PrEP services. IDTA@JSI supports providers to develop comprehensive, integrated services for people who are considering or already taking PrEP to reduce their risk of acquiring HIV.

PrEP Resource Catalog

IDTA@JSI’s PrEP resource catalog is for agencies that are new to implementing PrEP services, as well as agencies who are looking to strengthen existing PrEP services.

Explore the PrEP Resource Catalog to access the full list of resources. Then use the search feature on that page to view fact sheets, job aids, webinars, and more.

2023 PrEP Webinar Series: Oral and Injectable PrEP

In April – June of 2023, the IDTA@JSI PrEP team is hosting a webinar series for BIDLS-funded providers with a focus on injectable PrEP and oral PrEP. Session activities include presentations from guest subject matter experts and questions, and discussion opportunities. The topics for each session are:

  1. Understanding Injectable PrEP and Oral PrEP
  2. PrEP Financing and Payment
  3. PrEP Decision-Making: Client and Provider Communication
  4. Integrating PrEP Into Clinical, Non-Clinical, and Inter-agency Workflows

Spotlight: New resource developed by IDTA@JSI!

Key Messages: Talking with Syringe Service Program clients about pre-exposure prophylaxisKey Messages: Talking with Syringe Service Program (SSP) clients about PrEP

This resource shares plain language messaging and considerations that can help SSP staff have conversations with clients about pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).

2021 PrEP Group Learning Series

In early 2021, IDTA@JSI PrEP team hosted a series of Group TA Learning Sessions for BIDLS-funded providers with a focus on PrEP implementation and service improvements. Session activities included panel discussions and breakout sessions. The topics for each session were:

  1. Staff Awareness and Knowledge of PrEP
  2. Access to PrEP Services
  3. Initiation of PrEP
  4. PrEP Adherence and Retention into PrEP care