Project Inform partnered with Med-IQ to create a slide presentation that targets front line medical staff in providing PrEP, entitled “PrEP Basics: A Patient-Centered Approach to Providing PrEP.” The presentation augments Med-IQ’s new one-hour, CME accredited webinar, “Practical Considerations for Incorporating PrEP into HIV Prevention Efforts in the Primary Care Setting.”

Med-IQ is the only accredited health care education company able to offer solutions throughout the health care delivery continuum — at every point where there is interaction with the patient.

Med-IQ’s webinar, which is available here, focuses on presenting an individual case story of providing PrEP. The free sign-in is necessary to view the webinar and slides. The one-hour webinar provides CME accreditation.

Project Inform’s slide presentation provides baseline information on screening protocols for providing PrEP, with additional and sometimes overlooked patient considerations such as understanding gender identity and expression, using stigma-free language, providing a sex-positive medical environment, and troubleshooting administrative issues.

“We were honored to be invited by Med-IQ to help in creating this resource,” stated Alan McCord, Director of Education for Project Inform. “Med-IQ is a leader in helping to improve patient health outcomes, and we were thrilled to partner with them on this project. The slide deck is annotated with ‘pearls for practice’ to train colleagues and medical office staff on the safety, effectiveness and implementation of PrEP.”

To access Med-IQ’s resource, go to THEIR WEBSITE. The free sign-in is necessary to view the webinar and slides. The one-hour webinar provides CME accreditation.

To access the slide deck separately, CLICK HERE.