PrEP & African Women

A talk by Yaa Nipah, Dr Will Nutland, Dr Ingrid Young and Bibiana Zirra
Hwupenyu Health & Wellbeing, PrEPSter, University of Edinburgh and Waverley Care

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This session will draw on qualitative research, collaborative PrEP projects and ongoing work with African communities to identify and respond to barriers to PrEP for African women in Scotland.

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.

Dr Will Nutland

Will Nutland is a researcher, activist and educator. He's an honorary assistant professor at LSHTM, where he undertook his doctoral studies into the acceptability of PrEP among gay men in London. He's the co-founder of PrEPster, and its parent non-profit company The Love Tank CIC. Will is on the community advisory board for the England IMPACT trial and a participant on the trial.

Bibiana Zirra

Bibiana works for Waverley Care as part of the African Health Project.

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