Optimising PrEP awareness and access

A talk by Dr Vanessa Apea, David Bingham, Prof Paul Flowers, Dr Ceilidh Grimshaw, Yaa Nipah and Nathan Sparling
Barts Health NHS Trust, THT Scotland, University of Strathclyde, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, Hwupenyu Health & Wellbeing and HIV Scotland

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We are delighted to be sharing results from our wide ranging evaluation of Scotland’s national PrEP programme, which was funded by the Scottish Chief Scientist Office.

Our evaluation aimed to explore key stakeholder’s views on and experiences of PrEP roll-out to understand what worked well and what worked less well and why and to develop recommendations to optimise PrEP services in the future.

Over the last two years, we have interviewed 117 participants, including health care professionals involved in PrEP delivery (n=54); staff from community-based organisations (n=15); community-based organisation service users (n=9); and people who had attended a sexual health clinic, with varying PrEP statuses (n=39).

Join us in this session where our panel will be discussing key findings and future directions to improve PrEP awareness and access in Scotland and beyond.

The session will be of interest to policymakers, public health professionals, clinical and community staff, academics, and potential and PrEP users.

Dr Vanessa Apea

Dr Apea is the Sexual Health lead at Barts Health NHS Trust

David Bingham

David is the Health Promotion Manager for Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland.

Prof Paul Flowers

Paul is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Strathclyde.

Dr Ceilidh Grimshaw

Dr Ceilidh Grimshaw is a Specialty Registrar in Genitourinary Medicine, working between the Sandyford Initiative and the Brownlee Centre in Glasgow. She is part of the team delivering PrEP to people who inject drugs in Glasgow.

Yaa Nipah

Yaa is the Chief Executive at Hwupenyu Health & Wellbeing. She has been working in the third sector for 16 years in various roles.

Nathan Sparling

Nathan is the Chief Executive at HIV Scotland, and sits on the Fast-Track Cities Leadership Groups in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen & Dundee.

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