From Online Assessment to Multimedia Stories, Answers Practitioners' Question: 'Is PrEP, the HIV Prevention Pill, Right for My Patient?', a longstanding and central resource for those who provide HIV care, announces its new collection of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) resources on its HIV Prevention Today spotlight center. Designed for busy primary care providers, as well as specialists, these resources offer accurate, clear and concise information and strategies for identifying the latest techniques in HIV prevention and care and connecting patients to them.

PrEP provides nearly 100% protection from HIV infection through a daily pill with few side effects or toxicities. It can also be a bridge to patient engagement with primary care, which is especially important for marginalized or stigmatized communities such as the HIV community. Prescribing PrEP and monitoring PrEP users is relatively straightforward, but as with all new medical developments, clear information and strategic approaches can assist providers in integrating this new intervention into the real world of medical practice.

"For years, has been a key resource for HIV care providers in our efforts to improve and prolong the lives of people with HIV," explains JD Davids, director of partnerships and a senior editor for the platform. "We're also thrilled to help educate practitioners about new and dramatically effective HIV prevention interventions through our HIV Prevention Today spotlight series and our PrEP tools, and by sharing the innovations and strategies of those at the forefront of prevention efforts." Read more via theBodyPro