PrEP Resources for North Carolina


Resources for Patients

Basic information about PrEP:

North Carolina AIDS Education and Training Center (NCATEC) PrEP page for consumers

NCATEC en Español 

CDC PrEP page

PrEPFacts.org (English and Spanish)

PrEP information and resources for women:

PleasePrEPMe - PrEP for Women

FAQs and resources about PrEP and transgender women:

PleasePrEPMe - PrEP for Trans Women

Online tool for deciding about taking PrEP:

The Stigma Project - Is PrEP Right For Me?

Tools for finding a PrEP provider near you:

NCATEC - Map of North Carolina PrEP Providers

PrEPLocator.org

Gilead Sciences - Truvada PrEP Access and Assistance Programs

Patient Advocate Foundation - Copay Relief

Project Inform - Getting Yourself Prepared for PrEP Flow Chart 

PrEPCost.org

Videos about PrEP:

What Is PrEP? (English and Spanish)

Project Inform PrEP videos (English and Spanish)

Greater Than AIDS - #AskTheHIVDoc: All About PrEP!

Downloadable and/or printable materials about PrEP:

PrEPFacts.org Virtual Library (English and Spanish)

Project Inform PrEP/PEP pocket cards (English and Spanish)

Facebook groups about PrEP:

PrEP Facts: Rethinking HIV Prevention and Sex

PrEP Facts: Women's Sexuality and HIV Prevention

Resources for Navigators

Truvada for PrEP Medication Access Guide

Gilead Sciences - Truvada PrEP Access and Assistance Programs

Patient Advocate Foundation - Copay Relief

PrEPCost.org

Resources for Clinicians

Guide for starting a patient on PrEP:

NCATEC page for providers interested in PrEP

Step-by-step checklist for starting a patient on PrEP:

NCATEC page for PrEP prescribers

Video on caring for patients on PrEP:

NCATEC - A Brief Introduction to PrEP

Synopsis of clinical data supporting use of PrEP:

Project Inform - PrEP Clinical Study Data Sheet

Guide for starting a patient on PrEP:

NCATEC - PrEP Provider Checklist

Printable quick guide to HIV prevention counseling:

HIVE - Combination Prevention Counseling

In-depth clinical practice guidelines for PrEP:

CDC - 2014 Clinical Practice Guidelines (67 pages): PrEP for the Prevention of HIV Infection in the United States

CDC - PrEP Provider Supplement (43 pages)

SIECUS - PrEP Education for Youth-Serving Primary Care Providers Toolkit

Tool for billing for PrEP-related services:

NASTAD - Billing Coding Guide for HIV Prevention

Individual expert clinical consultation:

NCATEC Clinician Line: (855) 862-2832Monday - Friday9 a.m. - 5 p.m. ET

Carolina Consultation Center: (800) 862-626424/7

NCCC PrEP Warmline: (855) 448-7737 or (855) HIV-PrEPMonday - Friday11 a.m. - 6 p.m. ET

Perspectives on PrEP:

NCATEC - There’s No Shame in Being PrEPared: Embracing Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis

NCATEC - Whose Job is it? Hint: Look in the mirror.

UNC Institute for Global Health and Infectious Diseases - Making a Case for PrEP Personal

Training opportunities and capacity-building assistance:

Capacity Building Assistance Provider Network

AIDS Education and Training Centers

Resources for Non-Clinician Providers

Quick guide to PrEP for non-clinicians:

NY State Department of Health - Quick Guide: What Support Services Providers Should Know About PrEP

Video explaining what PrEP is and why PrEP access is important:

Demystifying HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis

In-depth online tools for becoming a PrEP champion:

National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) PrEP for HIV Prevention Modules

BETA - SF AIDS Foundation: Blog with a focus on improving health literacy